What will you do when best girl Ozen appears next episode?
I'd like to thank the guy who scanlates MiA.
However, I would also like to note that the stroke around the text seems to be a bit too thick and the purely white color often looks out of place, especially on the otherwise darker pages. I would highly recommend making it a bit thinner (and perhaps slightly increasing the font size itself to compensate) and adjusting the stroke transparency.
2 ends with descent
3 ends with psycho lesbian reveal
4th and 5th are training, box of undead and shota bullying
6th is until arm cracking
7th is Nanachi
8th is Mitty and Boner reveal
10th, 11th and 12th is Bonedude
And I've got one or two more for... anything
If it continues to not being a 1:1 adaptation everything will be faster in the motion, it's not impossible to finish his arc if they handle the pacing well. This is just me being optimistic though, they'll probably stop at vol 3. At least we'll still see bonedad.
I don't get something.
Was Ozen best friends with the loli's mother or something? If that's the case, why did she just toss her in and try to get her killed?
On the best case, we have a good director that knows how to handle an adaptation and will be able to leave it at the end of chapter 38, because that's pretty much the perfect end point for the anime.
AOTY material if they manage to do it and make the Bondrew fight justice.
That's being extremely optimistic though, they could just leave it at Mitty death.
Would Ozen be a good wife and mother to her cute daughter?
>Ends on a cliffhanger in a whole new area with whole new characters and misteries
>Right at the beggining of the anime
>Anime will either stop before bonedad or right before the leave for the 6th layer
>Spla2n releases soon
>Its a webcomic without a set schedule and he can update it whenever he damn pleases
Mitty death and foreshadowing/building up bonedad as second season villain
/ourguy/would be a great end honestly. You get the emotional catharsis of setting her free while maintaining a strong desire to see justice done which would make for a tantalizing second season
I hope not because the 7th level is just going to be a bunch of sad looking Italian bankers who committed usury.
It just wouldn't be as good, venturing on the 6th layer its much better because it leaves a feeling of conclusion and beginning at the same time, they leave everything behind and venture into a new world once again. Plus, that dialogue at the end is almost as if it was made just for the anime final minutes.
I like the idea of keeping the environment of the 6th layer mostly a mystery to get max effect from the scenery and tone shift, I think introducing it before the second season could dilute the impact a bit
>warmongers immersed in boiling lava and the suicides who were turned into trees to be slashed at by harpies
These could be the end results that retained their intelligence at the 6th layer town, the warmonger could be the princess
True, but for the sake of the joke I just focused on the usurers at the bottom of level seven because I found the idea of them passing by a bunch of sad looking jews to be funny.
I think the eight circle, where the jews are, is all about direction. They're marched in different directions while being whipped or have their heads twisted backwards so they can never move forwards. It's also guarded by the Minotaur.
I honestly wouldn't be surprised if the seventh layer was more like an endless maze
which they spend many chapters in while the manga goes in and out of hiatus like Beserk
One the things that makes this Manga great is the tasteful level of loli/shota. It's just enough to scare off the normalfags and redditor types, but not enough to interfere with the story. I wish more series would do this to keep the obnoxious types away.
>Tukushit is a huge pedo
>Has been drawing suggestive squids non-stop on his miiverse
>Splat2n about to release
Consider the cliffhanger on episode 41 the beggining of our first hiatus
While what you said is true, that's not the reason her hair became like that. She made her hair like that herself to hide scars, unlike Prushka. That hairstyle also connects her to the director of the orphanage.
>She's dead though
Now that the only ones who found out his secret are gone forever, what will be his next master plan?
Look at all the normalfags that avoided shows like Kemono Friends, Tesagure, gdgd Fairies, FAGs, etc. just because they were 3D, anon.
Back to square 2,163, which will involve more than 2 million little girls, an oversized meat grinder, tortilla chips, tomato sauce, and salt.
Because hime stole Big Daddy from the gatekeepers
those shows were avoided far more because they were niche as fuck as opposed to because they were 3dcg
MIA is practically guaranteed to get more western fanbase attention, just like LWA did
Since it's gonna be popular regardless, I'd rather not have to suffer the eye cancer of 3dcg shit.
Are we reading the same series though? What kind of story is a "solid story" then if MiA doesn't supposedly have one? I haven't been this invested in a story and its mysteries for a long time.
Episode 2: Reg becoming a member of teh orphanage, The revival festival, Riko being allowed to read her mom's private letter. this episode ends with Riko and Reg disappearing into the Abyss in the spot Nat shows them.
Episode 3: Riko and Reg making their way down the abyss. We see them go down to the second layer, including the mimic bird things and their travels through the sheer drop in the third level. This episode ends was the exit the inverted forest and arrive at the Seeker camp, with the Ozen reveal being the teaser.
Episode 4: Ozen. This episode probably ends during or after Reg's fight with Ozen.
Episode 5: The rest of Ozen's mini arc, including the training and Riko's history. Ends with Reg and Riko going to the 4th floor.
Episode 6: Cup of Giants. Nanachi at the midway point. Ends with Reg's dream of finding Blaze Reap in the garden of flowers.
Episode 7: The rest of the Nanachi Arc. Rearrange certain things so that it ends with Bondrewd noticing Mitty's light fading.
I feel like this is a more realistic pacing structure. And it gives 6 episodes for them to cover volumes 4 and 5, which feels about right.
everything feels like 2nd banana to the art and tone (that being the horror)
which is not to say that its bad but its not some juicy character study or thorough mapping of relationships between the cast
So you're on the 4th layer when you see THIS just chillin in a giant cup.
What are you delvers gonna do about it
It's a story about adventure. The plot is finding what's around the corner as they work their way deeper through the abyss. The setting is incredibly well thought out. I really don't know what more it needs that wouldn't take away from the adventure. Of course the art and tone are most important, they convey the feeling of exploring a strange and dangerous land.
This could have been a great manga if the creator wasn't so keen on showing off his fetishistic tastes so enthusiastically. I mean loli/shota nudity, urine tubes, juvenile humour, child torture porn etc. are just detrimental to the tastefulness of a story. People will defend this because of their baseless desires and will mask this with their love of the idea of normalfag-repellent material but it's not right. It's like if Gengoroh Tagame inserted his bdsm fetish in My Brother's Husband out of nowhere. It ruins whatever serious themes the manga wants to convey.
>a random thread on whatever board from 2,5 years ago
And this is any proof of anything in any way how exactly? Is this bait or what?
>Who is this?
This is Nox from Wakfu. A half-mad time wizard with a great purpose in life.
no? it's not bait
i'm a big fan of wakfu and everyone started talking about nox so i figured i'd contribute something that made me laugh
I thought it was obvious from the first few chapters onward it's not going to be a character study, and in no way I think a good story should be limited to this criteria. Even the way the world is built to make everything seem absolutely natural even though it's a pretty imaginative fantasy world is aspect enough for me to consider it a well built work. I guess it's just a matter of with what kind of mindset you adapt a priori.
I think that's part of the charm. The main characters are small children in an dangerous world going on a suicide mission into a mutant death pit thousands of feet deep. The fact that we only catch glimpses of the complicated ecosystem/social order helps re-enforce this childlike perspective. The gradual worldbuilding helps create a sense of character growth, at least for one of them that is.
One major flaw I have with this story is that Riko is goddamn useless. She's literally a plot device and very little more. I am not very impressed with her sense of agency and the fact that she relied heavily on Reg just to reach the lower levels in the first place annoys me. It would've been much more satisfying to watch her grow and overcome challenges rather than cry in the corner until her robo boy toy gets around to blasting her problems away.
I see a lot of people comparing Made in Abyss to Dante's inferno, which is a plausible analysis, but the show feels closer to Dragonball, especially given how useless Riko is.
I am very drunk and about to pass out. Sorry for blogposting. Here's a cute picture.
I wasn't exactly saying you were wrong as I haven't even watched Wakfu, just that it's a pretty bold statement as animated works in general tend to have pretty colorful villains.
you take that back
the series is damn good and ankama is a wizard with flash
>One major flaw I have with this story is that Riko is goddamn useless. She's literally a plot device and very little more. I am not very impressed with her sense of agency and the fact that she relied heavily on Reg just to reach the lower levels in the first place annoys me. It would've been much more satisfying to watch her grow and overcome challenges rather than cry in the corner until her robo boy toy gets around to blasting her problems away.
She's hardly a fighter; it's surprising she helped as much as she did against Bondrewd. But I agree that she's very underused; Nanachi's been the real star of the last two arcs. Riko'll spend a big chunk of the anime out of commission. This new arc seems to be about her though, since the end results love her and their princess seems to be coming for her. She's a clever kid so maybe being in such a social environment is her chance.
>It would've been much more satisfying to watch her grow and overcome challenges
But Riko is definitely growing stronger, even mentally. One of my favorite scenes in the manga is after breaking her arm under horrible conditions she despite pain and sadness finds happiness from the fact she can still move her finger a tiny bit. It's very nice scene and definitely reflects her strength.
Well so far, she is the heart of the team or as Nanachi calls her "the captain", I actually expect her to be something great in the current chapter, hopefully she can be less dependent of Reg and Nanachi
>has a fucking voodoo link to the abyss they're in
>begs Reg to cut her arm off through the fucking bone without anesthetics
>wields her mama's magic pickaxe like it ain't shit
>wields Reg's severed arm like it ain't shit
>is the only one capable of using a white whistle in her group, allowing her to use relics many others couldn't and surpass the 5th layer boundary
>max charisma, can even interpret end results
>hardly ever not optimistic
You know, for an otherwise normal human child that's barely past bedwetting, Riko is doing absolutely fucking swimmingly well.
Someone already did in an old thread.
She also has a near encyclopedic knowledge of the abyss, and has used it to help them against relic users and to help them know what can and can't be eaten, and how to make it taste good.
You're only 5 chapters behind current. She doesn't change much from where you are to present, but it might be important to note that Nanachi does remark that the horrors they encountered on the fifth layer didn't seem to slow Riko's excitement and curiosity down one bit once they get to thee sixth layer.
I'm really hoping her role won't be reduced to "that healing girl that only cries and heals party injuries with her convenient healing powers"
No. She never killed anyone. Cartridges aren't dead. They don't die until Bondrewd uses them. And Nanachi was essentially a hostage/child soldier. She was so afraid of what Bondrewd might have done to her that she felt she had no choice. She was only a little girl.
Its ok anon, I think the same for the three kids, I want to hug the bunny but leave her cunny alone
Do you think this is how Prushka discovered [Papa’s rod]?
Sorry for the bad quality.
Which one are you referring to though? Bunny hardly cries and Riko hardly heals so I'm getting a bit conflicting messages here.
It's understandable under the circumstances but definitely something wrong. Even Bunny herself questions her actions heavily, she's definitely not without any fault and she knows it herself.
I never said she did nothing wrong. But she isn't a mass murderer. She did what she did under the veiled threat of horrific torture. And she was entirely mind broken after what had happened to her and Mitty. She had resigned herself to death, and was acting out of primal fear.
Things aren't all black and white. There's a difference between a kidnapped child soldier and Ted Bundy, anon.
>she did a lot of wrong
Out of fear and she regret it greatly, Reg and Riko are the only reason for her no to commit suicide
It might be the fact she's dead or then how she has spent only a little while deep down. She hasn't even made many trips back up from the depths, who knows why there's no change.
> This series is shit! Kids suffer and get turned into rugs! So fucking deep!
> Man, adults in this series is fucking useless and that one guy just didn't press further, wasting my time! And that fucking idiot just let a bunch of children go on a perilous march to their death!
> Oh really, there's no fucking content, amnesia bullshit at play, and the idea of a torture room and robot looking at his junk! Damn, what a great episode!
By the way, I'm not really saying this, these are reactions that are against this series. And we're gonna get more on the way. Get ready for the rest of summer full of contrarians and "reviewers". Again, this is not my points, they're others.
Just ignore them. I was considering staying out of the thread once the anime aired, but I'm too excited about seeing it animated to not want to talk to anons about it.
I'll just zone the retards out.
>there's a remote chance out of all the times I've splatooned I might've splatted Akihito or fought alongside him at some point
That makes me wonder, does he play as a squidloli or a squidshota?
No no, this dialogue was. Every single level progression is leaving behind an old world and venturing into a new one, and few scenes convey that better than Nanachi looking back at her house before leaving with that extremely forlorn expression.
Bondrewd needs to make his formal debut (flashbacks notwithstanding) at the very end as a deeply ominous and foreboding proclamation that despite all the pain and tragedy they've endured thus far, the worst of it has yet to come.
I don't know, anon. Torture seems pretty relevant when you are dealing with a mad scientist and violence when you are dealing with an environment that is hostile to men. If anything these points are important to set the tone of the series. And about sexuality, there's been nudity in some art pages that weren't even directly in the chapters and aside that I don't think there's been anything obviously fetish pandering. If you can't take a few stupid jokes in a medium that's know to change in tone from serious to slapstick even in some most famous series then I'd say you are consuming wrong medium or have some problems of your own.
>She assisted a mad scientist who turned people into soup. Yeah, she did a lot of wrong.
From my perspective, morally speaking, the case against Nanachi is too inconclusive to make a moral judgement either for or against her. If she believed she was under threat of death, then it can be argued that her cooperating with Bondrewd was self-preservation. Even if Nanachi wasn't being coerced through threat of violence at that point, Given Bondrewd's moral character and previous actions, compliance under those circumstances can be justified. Another issue is the mental trauma she suffered due to being a participant in his experiments. Although we cannot make any assumptions about her psychology due to abyssal influence, she clearly exhibits abnormal character traits that for a normal human would be considered signs of a severe mental disability such as PTSD; although this does not entirely absolve her of any moral guilt should the first point turn out to be false, it does make her actions somewhat less immoral considering she was not of a sound mind while committing them.
Replace Nae with Prushka and her dad with Boneman.
Why do people have this polarized opinions about the content? From the shit flinging alone you'd think there's much more torture and nudity involved than there really is.
I thought it fit in well with the story. They're just doing things that kids that are their age would do. I think it's brilliant and if normalfags are too prudish to realize that then they can gtfo.
If some kid steals a priceless artifact from your cave raiding operation, how are you going to get them to tell you where it went? Just the presence of a torture room scares them back into line. The world of MiA isn't happy go lucky enough to value the well being of orphans over profiteering.
For what purpose anyone would even falseflag in these threads?
For duress to qualify as a defense, four requirements must be met:
The threat must be of serious bodily harm or death
The threatened harm must be greater than the harm caused by the crime
The threat must be immediate and inescapable
The defendant must have become involved in the situation through no fault of his own
All of these are met with Nanachi's situation. 1, 3, and 4 without question, and 2, as well, because Nanachi had no idea what Bondrewd might have done to her. But she did know that he was willing to do any sort of horrendous thing to people. So, as far as she knew, what he would do to her could have been far worse.
There's also the fact that, you know, she's a fucking child, and was even younger when Bondrewd was using her.
Tbh I don't even think the Abyss operates under any law except for survival of the fittest. But since I live in 'Murica, I would judge her by the legal standards of my country.
I am very very sensitive about child abuse and keep in mind I liked how the anime's first episode was subtle about Riko's punishment compared to how gratuitous it felt in the manga. I have been personally disillusioned towards "adult" mahou shoujo of Madoka's ilk which I personally believe are born of a deep-seated desire to harm girls masked with trivial narrative justifications. I have personally become sick of innocent on the exterior, dark and twisted on the interior narratives in anime today. Dime a dozen and reflect the cynicism and moral bankruptcy of young anime fans.
>I personally believe are born of a deep-seated desire to harm girls masked with trivial narrative justifications
I'm not sure if you're even being serious. If anything I'd say violence towards children is more about shock value than "deeply rooted hatred" towards anything. And sure, if series is solely focused on shock value it can be argued if the series is anything but absolute garbage, but likewise if you are portraying a ruthless and violent world where children for some reason have immunity because it's not cool from our society's standpoint to harm children I'd consider that presentation garbage too.
A lot of anime are just edgy because the authors just suck at writing. At least with MiA, it really feels like the dark parts are just part of life in the abyss instead of the main focus of the story like a lot of try hard manga/anime.
Bad shit happens to all types of people. In reality, and in fiction. And MiA never pretended to be innocent. As early as the second chapter there were instances of peril being a reality for delvers of all ages.
To say that a story about people traversing the most dangerous and unknown place on earth is showing us those dangers as
>trivial narrative justifications
Is down-right stupid. No one is saying you have to like anything, but that doesn't mean that the author is telling the story he is for the dumb ass reasons you're trying to convince yourself he is.
Stop being such a faggot, Anonymous.
I'm not smart enough to join in on these convos so i'll just post cute bunny cunnys if everyone is okay with that
So just how powerful is Ozen exactly? We saw her fight Reg without giving a shit and she almost killed him, yet she almost got killed in Level 5 or 6.
I want to pet Nanachi and tell her everything is going to be okay
>"Waah there's torture and nudity in the manga"
>"Stop being a pussy"
We have reached a new level of intelligence in these discussions.
It's related to the topic though. Even if the opinion is total shit it deserves to be here.
That incident may have been against foreign/unauthorized/enemy delvers. Which says something about what the fuck might be happening outside of Orth. She's STRONG, but I think she may nor have been much of an actual fighter. Lyza was the known ultrakiller in that expedition, and she was laid out by pregnancy.
She did hurt Reg, but only mainly through blunt force and without analyzing his weak spots.
I agree that the way he draws some expressions feels straight out of a doujin but I don't think the narrative content or the scenarios carry the same baggage. It's really a 100% art thing that makes people feel like this is pedo, I'd say
Are you fuckers feeling the rumble?
You know this happened at least once.
I don't think you little bitches can handle the goddamn rumble of scientific triumph
Is Ashenzari the god of the Abyss?
>While it seems inconceivable that the divine could be shackled, Ashenzari is just that: bound to the sky for eternity, the unbudging god is all-knowing, all-seeing. Devoted worshippers are allowed to grasp shreds of this knowledge and foresight, but be warned: to Ashenzari, power and blessing and curse are all the same thing.
>Ashenzari exhorts followers to garb themselves with curses, and provides rewards for time spent using cursed armour, jewellery or weapons. Ashenzari will increase followers' skills depending on how cursed they are, and grants clear sight and clarity of mind. Followers will later gain the ability to scry through walls, and eventually will be able to transfer a portion of their knowledge from one skill to another.
>Ashenzari likes it when you explore the world (preferably while bound by curses).
>meet best girl
>moments later end up with best girl stew
>You uh, referring to the wrong person, I think?
Well there's two replies in the post so I don't know which one you are in the first place. Firstly I was just referring to how the conversation going on wasn't exactly smart, second was just stating there's nothing wrong with presenting dumb opinions.
Not that anon but translators putting their own scribbles in marginals are cancer. In one manga I read the translation had these frequent physics rants and opinions on which characters the translator liked. If I want to read quirky shit that's not related to manga then there are probably better places to read it. Even if it's a funny joke it's a wrong place and ruins potentially great scene.
>We have reached a new level of intelligence in these discussions.
Yeah, Nanachiposting is always a breath of intelligent, fresh, stylish air
I agree. You sir are a man of taste.
I wanna touch Nanachi in one of these indicated places
Wouldn't an actual fight between those two just be a battle of who lands a hit first? Ozen's punches and Bondrewd's laser elbows are both one hit kills, right?
More importantly, why aren't they fucking?
>This is forced to be on Amazon the same way Kakegurui is forced to Netflix
>Tfw you're raised by Ozen as a trap.
>doesn't seem to match what's described in the green text
The linked post is saying the "convos are smart" and the green text is referring to retarded shit flinging going on at the thread at that point, point being, conversation was not smart. I don't know how I can make this any more simple, anon.
So, this is really dependent on the translation being accurate here, but I was looking back over some stuff, and this page caught my attention.
Bondrewd says that he has to offer Nanachi is "gratitude" for finally accomplishing setting Mitty free. So he was thankful for it.
This raises a lot of questions, like why he didn't use Sporagmos to kill all the rugs in his garden if he wants them to be set free?
Does he feel guilt for turning the girls into end results? I can't imagine he does.
I don't think he actually cares that much for the end results
It's probably more like he was happy Nanachi finally finished tying up her loose ends so she could come back and be his assistant again
He just felt like congratulating Nanachi for accomplishing what she set out to do.
They're only on the fourth layer. I'm assuming there's no relics close to Spargamos's power level or function that would be found in the fourth layer. So I think Bondrewd is proud of Nanachi for being able to kill an immortal being rather than having a sense of guilt.
This makes sense, given his dying words to Nanachi. She had a seemingly impossible ambition and found a way to accomplish it, so he felt respect and pride for that.
Makes sense. Thanks, anons.
Keep in mind that nearly every white whistle we have seen is dependent on their artifact.
Ozen requires her pins to sustain her massive combat strength.
Bondrewd requires Zoaholic to continue his large scale operations, and Sparagmos to match Reg.
The Lord of Guidance seemed to have needed his relic to go underground as well.
We don't know whether Lyza needed her pick or whether The Lord of Mystery is dependent on an artifact, but it isn't that shocking that the legendary white whistles are carried by their artifacts. Bondrewd at least would have died a long time ago without Zoaholic.
In that respect it's not horribly unfair that Riko depends heavily on her own artifact, Reg. Given that she is officially still only a red whistle it's barely even surprising.
Bondrewd doesn't give a shit about his "daughters" and the end results they turned into. They're just a means for his experiments.
Here you can see him chopping and slashing through those poor narehates like it's nobody's business.
>but he remembered their names! what a good dad!
pic related already shows how much he actually cares
I imagine it's something close to the Contractors in Darker than Black, in that he does feel affection for them, but it doesn't in any way impact his decision making process or his actions. After all, he's no longer quite human.
I feel like if you have a White Whistle, and you didn't immediately go down to the 6th or 7th level, you're kind of an asshole. Like, someone sacrificed their life for you to continue your progress down into the Abyss, and you just decide to dick around in the upper levels?
Riko being an exception, but wouldn't a diver want to be fitted with the best relics to help with survival if they were to go past the point of no return? Why would you risk having your journey end immediately and brutally because you were under geared/ under relic'd as compared to getting ready for the delve?
Don't talk shit about my mom.
If my dungeon crawling games are anything to go by, regular drops in 6 or 7 would be way better than the rarest of pick ups in 5. It's better to be a rolling thunderball than a hording packrat because you'll never get anywhere.
The people who sacrificed themselves to become life reverberating stones were willing to give their all to allow their current holders to succeed. Don't you think that they would forgive their current holder for making every preparation needed to succeed?
Bonedrewd's goal was to create nanachis, who are immune to the curse and can see it? Why didn't he just use prying hand, or make the kids into ones so he would be able to shift in their bodies? Or was his goal to make the proccess 100% successful by experimenting enough?
This is explained, speedreader-kun. The Praying Hand members are essentially brain dead husks of their former selves that he uses as replacement bodies. As such, they can't truly give their will to Bondrewd's ambitions. And that makes them unfit subjects.
He forms a strong relationship with the kids so that they want to help him. of course, tehy don't know what that help entails.
That doesn't explain why he started getting the blessing during the 6th layer bit, despite having his daughter's cartridge. I thought they contained the curse within themselves and also didn't affect him if they also got the blessing themselves, as prushka was clearly getting the negative effects of the curse. Unless it means the blessing was prushka's and it was swapped around
Best Dad's goal is to enter the 6th Layer using a technique to shunt curses to another human. It is implied that the curses affect people differently based on emotion and attachment to their significant others or friends. The reason why Nanachi mutated well is that Mitty's emotions caused the rest Nanachi's curse flow into herself instead. Therefore Mitty received both her and parts of Nanachi's.
Mitty and Nanachi were the first successful experiment. Best Dad took these results and began his own program to raise children with LOVE and HAPPINESS to ensure the curses will rebound on them instead on him. So everytime he goes to the 6th layer and comes back up to his fortress, the boxes he carries are afflicted with the curse and then discarded.
Remember the elevator he put Nanachi and Mitty in? The cartridge device was just a miniaturized version of that.
Just like how Nanachi got the "blessing" because someone else bore the brunt of the curse for her, Bondrewd got it because the cartridge children bore the brunt of the curse for him.
I see, thanks for shedding light on that.I thought the blessing was just a chance to happen and that the taking in the curse for someone and his experiment with prushka was about reinforcing the bearer's fortitude and resilience towards the curse
The curse of the 6th layer is "Loss of humanity or death" Shouldn't it just be loss of humanity? Most of the other curses could result in death, like how Riko's father died on the way up. It's not like the 5th curse tries to kill you, it just tries to mutate you and some people can't survive that.
>grim reaper trying to trick me into not stealing his treasure
But we never see that. All we know is that a bunch of Pre-Nanachi experiments couldn't take the "loss of humanity" and died from it pushing the rest of the curse onto the end results.
That's my point. Not being able to withstand the "Loss of Humanity" is what causes death I thought.
>All we know is that a bunch of Pre-Nanachi experiments couldn't take the "loss of humanity" and died from it pushing the rest of the curse onto the end results.
So on this matter, all the end results at the bottom of the pit in ch 36 were the ones that had Nanachi's role in their experiments, right? By that I mean they had partners who died from the curse and they were cursed with loss of humanity instead, right? Just trying to get things straight here.
It is a love not meant to be. The sex would be horrifying.
If it just said loss of humanity then it wouldn't be lethal. As for the rest, all of the other curses are survivable as a human. Of course they are fucked up afflictions but it's still possible. The 6th layer is written in such a way to make it clear it's not survivable by a human, it's either mutation or death.
Is the chapter 39 typesetter here?
Just want to point out that in the top left corner of this page
>"* contains Nanachi's hair"
It's a cute little detail
What is the possibility that the next white whistle we see is
someone who actually went to the 7th layer, and then out of encountering something THAT bad, tries to ascend back to the 6th layer out of pants-shitting horror. And then we and Riko et al. get to see what the 7th Layer's curse is like when it doesn't kill you.
I kinda want it to be Srajo because something like that happening to someone called "The Eldritch Lord" would be just all sorts of kek.
And then Tsukushi AutumnHuman finds a way to make us cry for them somehow.
It would be interesting if Srajo was someone who entered the abyss from a different hole, from a foreign country, and doesn't even speak their language. Everybody assumes he's mute or disturbingly quiet but he's just very confused.
>Bondrewd and a dozen or so of his hands show up
>Ozen goes to town on body 1, utterly destroys it through intense snu snu
>She tosses the mask to another hand, Bondrewd reborn
>Pinned to a wall, crushed against the wall, helm flips over to another hand
>This chain of events repeats until there's one hand left
>Ozen destroys Bondrewd's last body, the mask falls off and rolls into the hallway
>Maruruk walks up, and puts on the helmet
>Does a stylish pose, just before /ss/
The hell are you talking about? What? When? And most important WHERE?
>We never see that
A Bondrewd dies to the curse when Reg pulls him underwater and drags him back out.
The death is pretty grisly too, the head like melted and flowed out once the helmet was removed.
Who would be the best voice actor for Bone Daddy?
This is really close to what he sounds like in my head. Not quite as deep and gravelly but it's really close.
We anons shall all voice him. Over 91 versions of the show will exist, each being voiced by one of us. Some versions will switch out for one another with no explanation or attention given to the fact.
I'm actually happy Prushka got killed earlier because if she had gone with them, whatever awaited her in the 6th and 7th layers would have been infinitely worse than being turned into a whistle.
The thing about Bondrewd is that somehow a giant daft punk robot lizard man can convince a bunch of kids to get in a van to see his candy collection down on the 5th layer. They even seem to really like him before the experiments start. So he must be able to pull off a very soothing and gentle voice.
The kids don't seem scared of him though. Prushka literally thought he was the greatest man alive until she got cartridged.
Either that, or they all have massive PTSD x Stockholm Syndrome.
I wonder if there is some sort of white whistle sculptor that can turn Prushka into something nice.
I think they're just imagining it a little too hard. Ozen was a loner, Lyza opened up her cold heart to friendship, and Lyza's husband killed her trust in men. Ozen is clearly more rough with Reg and Maruruk than with Riko (psychological damage excluded), and it's likely because Ozen's friend left her child in Ozen's care in the ascent. She's the "unhappy aunt who's jealous of her friend" archetype.
>The artstyle filters out the edgelords.
Are you an idiot? Many edgy manga has cute art style. Read mahou shoujo shite for example.
>The content filters out the normies
Not really since shit like Higurashi, Umineko, Shiki are popular among normalfags as fuck.
I mean the faggots who can't stand the cutsey stuff because
>too moe-shit fer muh critical patrishun needs
As for the second thing... well, it filters out enough of them early on. That is if the first thing doesn't force them into that art<story bullshit.
It's later on when the normie oversaturation happens.
Was there supposed to be something written on these last 2 frames?
I feel like I'm missing some important information here.
How did the other White Whistles get their whistles carved? The only person who carves them was seen in the 6th layer.
Is there actually a way to go back up from the 6th layer without dying?
Yes. It's obvious after he talks to Reg, and surprisingly obvious from the voice he had in the PV. Matter of fact, I'm kind of sad he didn't get a more girly voice to make it more confusing.
It might be just that
Prushkacame out flawed as compared to the other white whistles. She was made in a not-so-mainstream way after all (eg. her body was compacted into a juice box).
I was confused first reading this scene guess that explains it
They use their relics very well. Riko on the other hand, just needed to shove a ruler on Reg's ass and now he protects her without her doing anything other than showing him her pooping
Reading thought this reminds me of this pair of loli and shota.
It would've been cool if he joined Riko and Reg on the adventure, at least until Ozen. Instead, he just fucks off and gets forgotten after they leave the orphanage and Reg brings up what he slipped into his pants.
They're probably not immortal. In volume 3, during the experiment with Mitty and Nanachi, you can see how they pile up where the elevator cabin drops, in an attempt to get crushed by it.
Only Mitty was immortal because of her desire to protect and keep safe Nanachi
>"it doesn't matter if i suffer as long Nanachi is fine"
Karija on the 6th layer sensed Mitty soul watching over Nanachi and called it her blessing
I'll say I'm not from /pol/ and you should believe me.
Thanks. But you can't really hate an ending if there's no "good" part to end the anime on.
I hope for MiA's ending to be Mitty's goodbye. Otherwise they'd rush too much.
>telling someone to get out of /a/ with that filename and a jojo picture
>caught with typesetted manga
>anime seems good
Let them come, they will either survive this descent into madness or disapear
Is Nanachi slowy getting more used to, and accepting of, the lewd fuwafuwa from Reg?
Nah she simply accepted the idea that Reg is addicted to it, it still makes her feel uncomfortable >>159545343