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Well, that was easy.
Takemitchy jumps back to the past and is basically just handed the 3rd Division Captain role.
Why was Naoto so weary that he couldn’t do it?
Takemitchy has basically just been at the right place at the right time this whole entire series so far, anyways. If anybody could fall upward in the Toman gang ranks, it’s definitely him!
Oh man, the tonal shift in this episode was insane.
We went from attending Hinata’s funeral and seeing Naoto break down to fun adolescent times with Mikey and Draken in the bathhouse. Speaking of which – it’s really something that Draken ended up on death row.
Based on what we saw…it seems like Kisaki set him up? And all to hurt Mikey?
With Draken out of the way, both Hinata and Akkun were targeted to hurt Takemichi, which in turn would hurt Mikey? Do I have that right?
Kisaki is just the scum of the earth.
I really liked that while Draken was talking to Takemichi and Naoto, the side of his head with the dragon tattoo wasn’t shown. In a way, it was almost like he wasn’t Draken anymore because he was locked up.
Draken was only invigorated once more while talking about getting his revenge on Kisaki.
It’s a shame about Akkun, though.
I was already upset, but it makes it worse that he had a family and was basically blackmailed into (almost) killing his old best friend. Then the car blows up before we can hear him say some new dialogue as opposed to the recycled depressing speech he gave in the last timeline.
Oh well. On to the next!
Do you think Naoto was underestimating the power our Shonen main character exerts on this series?
Why didn’t anybody else in the Toman organization take out Kisaki?
Will Takemitchy still have his job at the bookstore when he comes back?
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