I dont think mikey would just forgive someone who turned his own gang against itself. But i could see how you drew that conclusion. But up until this point we havent seen kisaki. I also dont know how they are gonna manage to kick kisaki out. I feel like something is gonna happen first because otherwise the anime is over lol the problem is solved.
Mikey looks nothing like that dude from firr force XD funny joke tho
Fucking mikey is hardcore man.
Now that I have caught up with all 19 episodes that are currently available, may I ask what people's thoughts are regarding Naoto's and Takemitchy's time travel mechanic?
It seems the series is purposely keeping the viewer in the dark with how it even functions or was created.
My biggest question is if in the original timeline Naoto died with his sister, then how did he save Takemichi from the train and start the initial time travel jump?
How is it certain characters from the past almost seem aware of this time travel mechanic like they suggest with Akkun?
And if Akkun knows about the time travel, why does he have the need to murder Take in the first place?
So akkun was confirmed the one who pushed him into the train. I think the reason for this is because kiseki can time travel as well. So they might have tried to get rid of him before he could time travel. As for how naoto knows about takemitchy in the future well he still told naoto in the past before hina was saved that he would die. So everything up until the point now would have been the past. And in the future everything beyond his jump back has been altered. So draken is alive, that means mickey didnt descend into darkness but then he kills the one kid in the past and that changes toman. Yeah there are plotholes but it can kinda be explained.
Interesting! I see they had to censor The Manji gang's original jackets in the west. Apparently the original design was a Buddhist cross.
Sure Buddhist cross, idk where i read but apparently japan is obsessed with nazi...granted you know they fought with them
And you are also aware that the German army repurposed a Buddhist symbol? True that Japan fought as an ally to Germany, but many Asians use the cross for its original religious meaning.