This thread is claimed in the name of Our Queen.
yeah I know, I meant undermining the bureau in the government's eyes as to help seize control. Although I don't know the details of how he rose to power as that image in the other thread suggests, so maybe I'm jumping to conclusions
Ok guys let's settle this. Long or Short hair Kikko
Its still Kikko. She is perfection in any way, shape or form.
The fumers decided to stop using kaijuus as universal bogeymen for superhumans to fight against, because Master Ultima brought space kaijuus as superweapons to protect the First World against communism and space threats.
And it is not a good idea to try to piss off the United States.
Only Earth-chan herself has enough public adoration that she can stand in opposition to Master Ultima and tell him that he and his freak show are not welcomed in Japan.
Emi definitely feels a lot more evil this season.
I'm guessing it's a one-time thing
But only time will tell
I hope she gets cucked.
She's feeling increasingly insecure that a younger, prettier and more human girl is bogartin' her man.
Plus he's fucked off to play the superhero for X years and she hasn't gotten a fresh mana transfer in god knows how long.
Well, I'm going to bed.
Not the Anon, but I've got DLSuki's here
you can do the comparison. I just stick with Suki because no hardsubs
Is Jiro's foster father working with Satomi or something? At the end of episode 5 Emi brought him Jiro's blood samples and he said "it's been so long since I was able to do an experiment" or something
could it be that he was taking an opportunity to test if Jiro's powers could be forcefully induced?
Someone explain the matches scene. They were put too weird for a coincidence.
Can you faggots stop with the waifu spamming? The reason the threads were so good last season is because there was none of that on the first episode so nobody picked it up. At least wait til next week
Funi's fucked up colors aren't that bad in ConRevo for some reason.
It's nowhere near as eye cancerous as AssClass, at least. That show is almost unwatchable without changing the video settings.
In Funi Kikko says she's getting dinner supplies
Meanwhile, DLSuki says that she's getting groceries
Then you have all of S1 where both parties basically had almost completely different subs
And DLSuki's subs aren't hardsubs, while Funi's are
I wouldn't be surprised if they're playing around with other income sources. Conrevo feels like it was made to appeal to westerners, so I wouldn't be surprised if they're making the money back off of licensing deals and stream royalties rather than direct Bluray sales.
Originals are ideal for this because the studio owns a huge stake in the IP, and thus is entitled to a larger share of the profit from licensing. When adapted material is licensed, it's usually the owner of the source material who stands to gain the most.
That would be my speculation, at least.
Well, Funimation has what I think to be a more comprehensible English, whereas Daisuki has to rely on a few person fluent in probably several languages to translate the script in the various languages.
Both seem to put more emphasize on different things. For example, the Daisuki-script says that Jirou was looking for curry-flavored ramen, whereas in the Funimation-version, he just said that he couldn't find that thing.
Generally, I first watch Daisuki, and then Funimation.
That's not a dark scene though. They look nearly the same to me, but the lines in Daisuki's are blurrier. And I'm pretty sure I finished off season 1 with Daisuki's subs and they were shit, making no sense in places and missing typesetting. I think I need to rewatch it with Funi's subs.
Their hardsubs are shit but I saw someone mention a couple of days ago that their video had been getting better. Just didn't know it had gotten good enough to see details in dark/nighttime scenes without having to mess with output levels and shit. I'd really rather not download 1080p rips that aren't worth the space since it doesn't seem to be native 1080p anyway and it's a fucking stream rip, not Blu-ray encodes.
One thing with DLSuki, for the Anon debating on which one to choose
If that if you're thinking of DLing S1, find different subs for Ep10. DLSuki messed up the coding for that one
Just a heads up
The better question is why don't you?
I just got a bad vibe from the public's reactions to her
"I knew it, he was the bad one"
"if earth-chan says so, that's got to be true"
and then there's her assaulting that factory because of smog
What >>139821801 and >>139821804 wrote. Also, she's cute.
In addition to that, she does represent the theme of the simple morality that everyone longs to, when things are obviously black and white, good and evil, right and wrong. But she herself grows up and learns that nothing is as simple as that, and that sometimes, just doing what is the obviously correct thing is not necessarily the right thing to do.
>Conrevo feels like it was made to appeal to westerners
But it's completely made out of 70s Japanese history. I think the aging production staff just made something out of what they remember from their youth.
>Is Jiro's foster father working with Satomi or something?
Yes, remember he used to work for Satomi back in the WW2.
I prefer long.
She fights for what's right, also a cute satellite loli.
Normal female humans wouldn't be able to satisfy him anyway.
A lot of the stuff they're referencing was posted over and got big in the west during the first japanophile boom in the 80s.
basically, when western comics started stepping up censorship to the extreme and the market tanked, japanese stuff got big because it wasn't subject to the same censorship. The combination of the vivid colour scheme, stippling art style and the sorts of things they're referencing really make me feel like they're playing on the nostalgia of that generation of fans.
Shuush, Judas. You're waifu is currently dead.
I'm actually re-watching the episode now, and I just saw that scene. I guess it does sort of imply some growth and shows that she's not completely autistic
The black and white moral thing just kind of bothers me, but I can't remember her scenes that well. Maybe I'm forgetting more things that suggest she grows up
So did he become human? Or lose what little humanity he had?
When he killed Space Inspector Sheriff, he ceased to be human, to a certain degree. He wanted to return back to his roots, when he didn't have doubts about his purpose, which is the main theme in this episode.
>Doubt is our worst enemy.
Thus, he stopped being Shiba Raito, human detective in a robot body who arrests criminal superhumans, and has become Iron Detective Raito, who shall never be wrong again, like a true machine incapable of doing mistakes.
On the other hand, perhaps doubt is a good thing after all.
He was becoming human, or at least he was thinking in grey shades instead of his regular black and white. Then he got the ship from the alien and became a justice robot again, the goverment wants to dispose of him because he was damaged so he's against goverment because black and white justice logic.
>Also he seems to know stuff about Jiro
I bet he helped on his creation.
>perhaps doubt is a good thing after all.
I think that's the conclusion he got after getting his ass kicked by Jirou.
Isn't because they have the colors tagged wrong in the video data? And I remember someone or something saying that problem had been fixed. but looking at the caps in this thread and the previous one that's clearly wrong.
I've never preordered an album before. Do these types of things go up for preorder a while before release? Or will I just have to purchase on the 29th?
It's when she comes to Kikko to ask her to get the "curse" removed that makes her doubt her own actions after seeing that Judas did break his word for a noble cause, despite having promised her that he wouldn't use his powers, whereas she was just concerned with beating on him and mistrusting the witch for trying to oppose her. But after seeing that her need to be right cost a person's life (although she probably wouldn't have been able to save him in time anyway, but it's the thought that always counts), she starts becoming confused about if she really is doing the right thing all the time.
It is not the same kind of sadness that she feels after doing a good deed, which is ironically in contrast to her implied original programming to be a terror robot who gains more power by people being in pain, seeking out this source, thus allowing her to cause even more pain and destruction.
>The streaming service will offer a high-definition stream of the new show from P.A. Works in Japan, starting with the first episode on April 11, four days after its TV premiere, according to an announcement on the series' official website today.
There isn't a single right answer.
I have mixed feelings about Claude
on one hand, he tried to cuck my boy Jiro which is hard to forgive
on the other, he has a sick costume and cool powers
also a good VA
I hope we at least see him in some flashbacks or something this season
Non-Japanese people aren't going to be interested in the post-War political struggles between the Japanese left and the establishment and the rather lukewarm feelings towards America and wanting the American military and the bases out of the country.
>A lot of the stuff they're referencing was posted over and got big in the west during the first japanophile boom in the 80s.
A lot more of the stuff in CR is extremely obscure and not something that would be exported out of Japan even during the 80s and 90s.
this guy's voice is deliciously disgusting
>So, who was the Space Detective meant to be?
Space Sheriff Gavan (pic is from the failed Next Generation reboot). But the old guy is Kenji Ohba who was pretty big in Japanese Tokusatsu (he also played DenjiBlue and Battle Kenya and the assistant swordmaker in Kill Bill)
>Emi definitely feels a lot more based this season.
Reminder; Hoshinoko is literally the devil.
I'm sure she really loves him, but at the same time she can't just abandon everything and go away with Jirou because she's also the Princess of the Youkai, it seen she wants to get rights for the Youkai and stuff like that.
so what was up with this
weren't they supposed to be supporting the DFE?
they didn't really show anything to suggest what is said in this image and then he just accepts it
is it even important?
>weren't they supposed to be supporting the DFE?
Remember they were going to make all the Space aliens their enemies without considering their intentions, if the Fumes were to make that law pass then only them would be able to shape up humanity.
Wait, did we get the see the so called Youkai boom yet? They said it would come after the Kaijuu boom right?
Yeah, but I thought that Akita supported it? They just tried to make Earth-chan protect the prime minister for that very reason after all
or was the bureau attempting to do that solely because they were asked to by the government, and the fumer's influence doesn't reach that far?
This. She's like if /pol/ and /soc/ had a violent child that was dumb, but never asked questions before assaulting things and people. The worst part is, she thinks she's always in the right, but is also down to try hard hallucinogenics.
>or was the bureau attempting to do that solely because they were asked to by the government, and the fumer's influence doesn't reach that far?
Yes. Not everyone in the bureau was really happy about that decision, after all. (Mis-)using Earth-chan for political propaganda felt wrong for all of them, but as government employees, that's their job.
You're insane if you don't join Justice.
In order: Jirou's suicide squad seeks justice,
The Jaguar League fights for freedom (theirs),
and Cobra commander (note the cane) aims to keep the peace.
The government stance is clear. Supers who are not under surveillance are potential criminals and lawbreakers which must be dealt with harshly and as swiftly as possible, for their superpowers makes them extra-dangerous compared to normal criminals and lawbreakers.
Then the people in charge would end up deciding what's wrong and what's good according to their own agendas.
The only solution is total annihilation or exile of every single one "superhuman".
They don't consider every normal human they aren't watching a criminal. It should be the same for superhumans but isn't because of retarded X-men mentality.
Laws already exist. Just apply those.
That's probably why they're a trio, so that they can have majority of consent guide their actions.
Akita for example would have preferred to use kaijuus as enemies, because they aren't humans, they are not political entities, they are just dumb animals. But blue fumer thinks it's better to become buttbuddies with America, and red fumer probably agrees. This might then help Japan have international influence if it is part of the big coalition, and by being in the government and slowly working their way up to influential positions, becoming friends with ministers, giving good advises, guide the future of superhuman evolution.
>people in power don't change laws ever
>people in power don't protect criminals if they can be used to further their own agenda
Literally what's happened right now in the real world.
So is it meant to be ironic that Jiro went full Justice because he left the Bureu because of the promise he made to Emi that was meant to prevent Jiro from going full superhuman of justice?
The youths are turning towards violence after the failed protests and Japan kissing up to America.
Holy shit look at this star citizen. I bet you snitch on jaywalkers.
OP1 > OP2
ED1 < ED2
That was a very interesting episode. I really like the clash of opinions about what justice is and how superhumans should be treated in this show and it seems like it's going to be much deeper in this season.
What do you think about the reporter?
Sometimes I think she just wants to be killed or something.
That is most likely, yes. I'm certain that at some point, people will find out about the former minister being mind-controlled by some unknown superbeing, which causes public opinion to drastically shift back to the opposite view.
Except a Lion or a Bear won't go and destroy a whole city while making hundreds of casualties and millions in damage, at least you can control lions and bears.
>Come on wackers, Ready go!"
It was supposed to be "Come on Equus, Ready go!"
She just wanted to report about a cute big exotic bug, and students protesting against the secret pact between the US and the Self-Defense Forces. The fact that she happens to be near a bugmen invasion or a seemingly out-of-control kaijuu was just coincidence.
On the other hand, by 47, she does become a newsanchor woman, so she probably was well-liked.
Aww what the hell, I'd still hit it.
In any case I feel that Emi isn't as bad as initially thought. She's got some fucked up yandere tendencies, but as stated before, she's actually the one pointing out that everything is going to shit and they're part of the problem.
Pretty sure the show is too smart to go the Emi's a monster, therefore Kikko wins route.
Especially after we found out that Kikko is literally Satan.
You mean the government?
>not watching the only show that did not disappoint, that season
It's like you want to broadcast your poor foresight.
>we found out that Kikko is literally Satan.
Indeed, Kikko is more of a monster.
I was one of those, the show was pretty fun.
I think Fumes and other foreign alien entities should control them, but
>Letting outsiders run the system
But anon, that's not Bubuki Buranki!
the cgi wasn't the problem
the ridiculously undeveloped characters, retarded forced drama, and the fact that they wasted like 70% of the show on bullshit that didn't matter at all were the major problems
that image that he posted had absolutely no impact whatsoever
the show was laughable until the very end, and it wasn't even entertaining
there were a couple of cool fights but they weren't frequent enough, didn't last long enough, and not good enough to make up for all of the show's other problems
iirc it had some okay tracks on the ost though
>Ever heard of Monster Island?
That's good and all, but a ton of them can actually fly and do other shit, unless humans can control them like machines I don't see what good would come by leaving them alive.
She has my vote too.
>ConRevo threads are great, they said
>they don't attract the shitposters, they said
Friendly reminder that Jiro wants to protect this smile.
Emi and Kikko can go fuck each other.
Enjoy fucking nothing.
I only brought it up because the MC's suit is called 'Fine Familia'. It's
I find it amusing how the people who watched Active Raid with me last season are all here for ConRevo this season. I suppose we've all got a desire for Justice here.
Everyone loves Earth-chan, for Earth-chan is always right.
What kind of youkai CAN'T she summon to make it more exciting? I wanna see the qt in the floating chair.
who was jaguar writing to?
Seconding for justice.
Because you are doling out objective facts?
Exit the thread, please.
Anyone else think we might go even further with the time skips? I got that impression from these outfits and stuff in the ED, like Kikko and Emi (particularly Emi) all look older then they did during the episode. But who knows, that'd just complicate things even more with all the jumping around.
The latest date we've seen so far, aside from Jaguar's future in the 25th century is 1973. Would surely be interesting for this show to go even further, but I doubt it go more than one or two year after that.
I prefer the term Superhuman Phantasmagoria, you fishy brit.
this is satomi right?
Raito enters Arcus with his battle music starting up and then just talks and it fades when this happens.
Because Shiba Raito is freezing up from having to fight Jirou, whom he started to admire over the years. Shiba remembers killing rebellious superyounglings, is now working with the bureau he actually disliked years ago, is participating in their underhanded schemes to manipulate the common populace, while Jirou continues to fight for true justice and helps the young ones.
Thus, he couldn't take it anymore.
>I wanna see the qt in the floating chair.
That was literally her flying spooky carriage that she used in episode 4.
There's no chance of this actually happening in the show, is there?
so Jaguar went back to the period during the war when he created the bureau? IQ jaguar here is claiming that the bureau experimented on superhumans during the war at ikuta laboratory, but I thought the bureau wasn't even around then
The original past Jaguar would condemned whatever organization it became in the current time. Now that Jaguar came back and changed the past again, the organization that did those experiments got rolled into the bureau and the new version of past Jaguar condemns them now that they exist in this timeline.
Why Jiro gotta be so mean to Kikko?
I do think that the Akira-incarnation of Super Jaguar is condemning Magotake Hitoyoshi, Jirou's foster father, who did work at Ikuta labs to create, modify or enhance superhumans for military purpose. And since Magotake is part of the Bureau, that makes them an organization that hides a superhuman (Magotake is considered a superscientist) who committed warcrimes.
What's the point of this "team" when none of them will even fight Jiro.
Also pleasantly surprised the detective is on Jiro's side they have a good dynamic together.
If Jiro had gone rogue at the logical point when he found out the bureau killed Rainbow Knight instead of when he made that dumb promise over Kikko they could have gone rogue together.
I'm not sure what your trying to say but what I got from it was that Emi's sort of always known or at least had the ability to stop Jirou, she's just letting him run wild at the moment for some reason. I got it sort of like her familiar had been monitoring him and she was saying "No, not yet". But thats just me.
Probably this, but I'm sure the Fuma won't let her have control over him now.
I hate they didn't confirmed if he was being possessed or not, because if he was then Scarf Jirou would be ruined for me.
you mean when she was in edgy mode? You mean you'd expect him to join up with Claude? Would Claude really just be like "okay Jiro i'll remove the hypnosis so that you can have Kikko back"
there was some symbol that appeared on Emi's hand, and also on Jiro's arm, when she was pushing his locks back in the first time. I think you might be right
>If Jiro had gone rogue at the logical point
Nigga he wanted to destroy Claude while it was legal for him, if he went rogue at that time and then killed Claude he would have been branded as an evil killer criminal not only by the government but also by the youth.
>there was some symbol that appeared on Emi's hand, and also on Jiro's arm, when she was pushing his locks back in the first time.
I thought those were the spells to keep his beast in check, but now since the cloudy people are taking care of that I don't think those exist anymore.
I agree, but honestly theres no way he's been possessed. It was probably shitty translation on Funi's part. Its more likely the translation was meant to say "those ghost (Fuma?) dudes have *intergrated* with Jirou" rather then "possesed Jirou". Someone mentioned earlier that their aims in the first cour aligned with Jirou's, so it'd make sense if they empowered him and let him run free rather then outright controlled him.
>you mean when she was in edgy mode?
I don't mean join up with Claude. He should have at least quit the bureau when he got that information, let whatever was going to happen, happen, maybe fight Claude in a stolen Equus and then get to future Jiro form. The way he actually ended up leaving makes Jiro look needlessly stupid.
You can do both if you choose Earth-chan, fight for justice and get the little girl.
Judas is the true winner of this show.
In the previous thread somebody mentioned Fuurouta and said "'ghost' fuck you Funi" so now I'm wondering what is he described as in the original script? Something particular to Japanese superstition I presume. Zashiki-warashi?
Believe me nigga, you should make up your mind since now, that way it won't hurt that much.
He's just called an obake. It generally refers to a class of shapeshifting spirits (which includes classical shapeshifting animal spirits like foxes, racoon dogs, sparrows and stuff).
Ghost is not really that wrong, since it is often used for dead people spirit's (yurei) too.
I would have used spirit though.
Honestly now that I think about it, you'd think Furota and Emi might interact more since they're both denizens of the Spirit realm, or at least supernatural beings not quite like Kaiju or Uchuujin
You guys think we'll get a bit of Jiro's backstory this cour. If he is "Little Boy" then he is of American descent (or more likely "made"), maybe Master Ultima had his hand in the Manhattan project.
That's what makes her so great.
Cute justice is the best kind of justice.
I don't think. Since it's basically following real world history and America is still around in Japan even now. I think what will definitely happen is that we'll get some sort of resolution from his dad or Satomi since they are basically the pre-war generation who fucked the country not just once, but twice now with the heavy handed governmental crap. And you do have a shifting of power as the pre-war generation died off (if you look at rl japanese history they hang in them even after the death of hirohito and the actual first post-war born PM is Shinzo Abe!)
Honestly if anybody ends up with a happy end from this show, it'll be Judas and Earth-chan
I'm a little confused. Mitsuya the former defense minister says here that they need to get rid of Claude for the new superhuman law to succeed. It may not exactly align with his beliefs, but isn't it a lot closer to something that Claude (and the people who side with him) would approve of? With this law superhumans can only be used by the government if they volunteer
But I can see why Satomi wouldn't want this law passing. Akita possessed Mitsuya and prevented this law though, does anyone have any speculation as to why? That only helps Satomi/Imperial Ads, right? But maybe he decided that superhumans shouldn't have as much freedom after that whole Claude incident.
Or am I misunderstanding something?
Emi is sort of like the all purpose Japanese supernatural spirits character, with Fuurouta being the exception. Maybe it's because he's more vaguely defined as an obake and anything more specific is delegated to Emi.
I feel vaguely like I've seen the monsters in the OP before. They're probably all from famous ukiyo-e or the plethora of items on this list
I'm browsing around trying to identify any of them I can.
but the scientists experimenting on superhumans seems like the kind of thing that would be illegal under this revised law, so why is that an issue if he wants it to pass? Is there some other benefit to this law passing, and they don't want the scientists brought to justice?
You're certainly right, Emi is more Yokai then Furota is Obake.
The fact that Emi's summons in the OP are actual references to traditional Japanese Yokai though is a completely new fact
How traditional is Emi in Japanese folklore? What abilities does she have that reflect Japanese yokai? Ultimately, i she a good or evil being?
What do you mean? Akita realized he and the other Fumers had been wrong all along, leading to terrible things like the experiments, and he began to try to atone for that by hijacking Mitsuya and derailing the passage of what would have been an incredibly oppressive law.
You might be misunderstanding what the law would have done. One, it would force all superhumans to register with the government, with unregistereds automatically considered criminals. Two, different laws would apply to them, whether due to a specific new category of law or because they would no longer be considered as having "human" rights after classification. Three, it would allow the legislature or whatever administrative body implemented the law to define the boundary of what is "superhuman" and what is "human". So, as Satomi notes, you would be able to define group XYZ as "superhuman" and effectively make them less-than-human in the eyes of the law.
By default, no one is as evil as Kikko. Thundercat comes close, since he created a futuristic terrorist cell and the choujin bureau, is responsible for the death of MLK among others, and then killed himself, destroying an entire timeline.
She's future Queen of the "Demon World", which may or may not be Hell. Either way, it depends somewhat on what interpretation of Hell we're talking about. Just because she would preside over the damned and their punishments doesn't mean she's evil. Hades, for example, wasn't evil in spite of the fact that nobody really wanted to go to his realm. Rulers of the underworld are generally fair and lawful throughout world mythology, especially those who are tasked with judging the souls of the dead.
The law passing won't effect people that broke it in the past and the government would probably do shit like say it's okay to experiment as long as they only use superhumans classifed as criminals.
Someone didn't play Kid Icarus: Uprising.
Okay, it's starting to make more sense now. I may have spoken too soon with my post, as I'm rewatching it now and I haven't gotten to the episode you just posted a picture from yet. I do remember that Civil War-esque law getting mentioned at the end of episode 13, but the only thing that was brought up in this episode in regards to the law was that superhumans could volunteer for security if they were registered so I was distracted. But I guess I thought that what he meant was that registration wasn't mandatory either, when in reality all he's saying is that they can volunteer for security IF they're registered
Oh dear I don't think I can love her when she looks like this...
Doesn't she also have an oni form she uses once to keep her hands from burning up from Jirou's arm-locks, and to scare those kids away from danger?
And she's got the 40% furry white fox form. from this episode and one from last cour
She didn't think about it when she came back, as she was too occupied with the revelation that Jirou might be possessed by Akita and his fumer buddies. Afterwards, the space sheriff started shooting at everything for obstructing justice, then Shiba Raito killed the space sheriff to take his chip, and then Jirou and Shirota escaped while everyone was still in shock at seeing Raito having become crazy, and by then, it was too late.
Is Emi the only one where we don't know what she did wrong yet?
Never underestimate how garbage Kikko is.
>when you don't know what you're talking about
Admit it; as jarring as it was in the first episode, this looks way better than RWBY in every way but frame count.
>a motherfucking youkai navy
Well, Emi confirmed for midboss. There's no way the plot can let one character have that much manpower and not put it to use somehow.
And Jackpot. Other big guy is an oonyuudo.
Possibly of interest, there's one called tenome which is a man with his eyes on his hands.
This one will probably not be appearing in the show but it made me laugh so I'm linking to it:
When Satomi put on Claude's helmet, it sounded like he had been speaking for Claude the whole time. Does the helmet just make you sound like that, or was Satomi speaking for Claude in literally every scene? If it's the latter, that kind of makes it seem like Claude wasn't just being used by Satomi
>which is a man with his eyes on his hands.
Well fuck. Time for nightmares.
The skelly is this specifically which has its own myth:
I Googled various stuff like "black giant yokai" and browsed the images until I found a match.
Based Guillermo is a weeb so I bet he knew about the youkai.
Good determination there anon.
yeah, I was thinking of that too. I just read too much into the scene where Satomi put his helmet on.
So, even though Jaguar claimed he created the Superhuman Bureau, it was really him/Akita/Magotake? But as >>139835362
implies, Akita would be against superhuman experiments. Could it be that he was unaware the children that Rainbow Knight kidnapped would be sent off to be experimented on? Seems unlikely. Or is it more of a case of him having a change of heart regarding the morality of things like the experiments etc rather than him being oblivious to them?
Does Jiro's foster father really care about superhumans, or does he just want to experiment on them?
By the way, the youkai seem to be based on how Shigeru Mizuki depicted them rather than the ukiyo-e they're based on. He drew a manga about youkai in the '60s called GeGeGe No Kitaro. As expected of anime artists.
As far as I can recall, her face only ever changes to look like this. Have not checked the episode, though.
I just saw the first episode of Last Song.
Is it me or did Bones actually deliver?
>Mr. Akita and his buddies are alive controlling Godzilla
>Shiba Raito had a breakdown and fucking removed another superhuman
Anybody got softsubs? I can't see Kikko's feet well.
I don't condone feetfaggotry
But here you go