>Leave Zanscare to me
Time for him to lose that other arm. Cry moar.
I don't like Full Cloth too much. It's basically "let's drop the antibeam cloak and give it a full metal one" that makes it look too heavy.
The Muramasa Blaster is always awesome, though.
The problem with the regular cloaks is that their anti beam coating doesn't last very long. The full cloth has four I-Field generators, and it was all seven of them VS the last remnants of the Jupiter Empire with no backup. It's fine if you don't like how it looks, but given what they were up against, it was kind of a necessity.
I seriously hope Hasegawa doesn't pull another Steel Seven. while it was good, it was a bit bloody
>Loli (a Hasegawa MUST)
Well, he IS primarily a loli porn manga artist.
>a loli porn artist is in charge of mai husbando's fate
Looks like a certain space pirate is still holding a grudge from that time Tobia ran off to die without him.
One does not simply ditch Kinkaid Nau.
A loli porn manga artist whose style hasn't evolved since day one, at that.
To be fair, Steel Seven was one big reference to Seven Samurai. It was to be expected.
On the other hand, the timeline did move on to Victory era...
Didn't one or two of the Rear Shrike Team members die?
oh boy, can't wait to see him die in a glorious crossbone fireball
Hahaha... wait, are you being serious? It took reading Skull Heart for myself to believe that Garma created a Newtype-monkey project with monkey-Zakus after seeing monkeys playing Nintendo. Hasegawa gives no fucks about portraying other peoples characters correctly so I'm genuinely concerned now.
I told you faggots Crossbone was getting shit.
But nooo, you fucks said more Crossbone is good.
Now Seabook and Cecily will die for your sins and we'll never get a couple with an actual happy ending.
>Cecily died of tuberculosis
This is what happens when you give a series with decent closure to some lowlife pedo
Range Maruta is an excellent artist. Don't try to blame Hasegawa's incompetence on his fetishes.
It's so hard to read through it at times. Picked it up for glorious Seabook and Cecily but they look like shit at times.
>inb4 you don't need great art to appreciate good story
It's not all that good all the time either.
...And now we're going into Shining Heresy territory.
I dunno whose fault it is (Hasegawa? His publisher? Bandai?), but they reaped what they have sown by approving sequels constantly. Don't they know that happy endings exist for a reason?
I'd say no. Since he'd be pissed if he learned about what Hasegawa's doing to characters of his that had a happy ending before, it may be best if he doesn't know. Ignorance is bliss.