HOLY FUCK KAIU SENPAI NOTICED ME!!
Too bad I'm anonymous and I can't prove my autism
Chapter 027 Korean Scans
> reversed numbers increase consistently by about 30 per year
> 6 kids incoming per year in plant #3 of 5?
> <=30 years since shit started
> Isabella is 31 and was raised by the Grandmother herself
> 1600+ years worth of kids somehow farmed???
this theory is at best incomplete.
I imagine in 2015 when the demons came, 48000+ 1 year old children were given as offerings to them for consumption. 48000 were eaten immdeiately and only a handful towards the end of the 48000+ including Isabellas generation were to be raised for later consumption several years down the line. As for Grandmother raising Isabella despite it only being 30 years under demon control, humans were probably put in oppresive societies and they forced several adult females to act as mothers and eventually raise the smart girls to pass on the torch to.
> giving ~48,500 kids all at once to the demons
> bothering to keep exact count so that farm serial numbers are contiguous
This is exactly the level of logic I would expect from somebody who thinks a moon-rune using cartoonist discovered his pet theory on 4 chan.
Why do korean scans always look like they've been thrown into a puddle?
Same reason why Mangastream look so fucking awful too; they prioritize speed in hopes of getting it out first with the actual quality of the scans suffering as a result.
>they prioritize speed
not for neverland these are shit because ms is shit
I can't understand but Ray looks one more comment any from an autistic meltdown
It does count but that's because people sent those to their english PR guy on twitter. It's not at all comparable to some throwaway chart a dude made here on threads that barely have more than 20 people
I don't want Norman to die. I need them to grow up to at least being teens, get knocked up, and Emma having to be on the run to protect her and her child.
Then Norman has my permission to die tragically.
The premise alone made it get steam on twitter or whatever and it just held on from there. I don't think it's really a megahit on the level of bnh or whatever but it got enough recognition to not get axed (for now).
If it goes on long enough and gets popular, I'd wager it won't get axed but rather another magazine will pick it up if WSJ doesn't want it anymore