What does /a/ think about Veritas? Did anyone even read it here? If nothing it has great facial expressions.
Also I couldn't find any info on if as to the manga will continue, does anyone have any info on that? And, is it implied that Gangryong dies or is it just me?
Shit. Made no sense. Hot chicks.
Author got butthurt about online readers and quit doing the series. And the pacing was annoying as fuck to follow. The end twist was nice but poorly executed.
Yeah, every girl is stupidly attractive but I wouldn't call the serie shit, there was a lot of stuff up in the air but it made a bit of sense.
Oh wow, is that what happened? That's a real shame.
First villain MC that I liked. That scene where he taunts the power of friendship was actually really nice.
He is not a villian, just a straight fight-happy MC. He doesn't like spewing those worldly morale pretender like most MC just to enjoy a good fight.
Here's how it went: MC is going to fight a superior opponent the next day. He tries to refine his chi or chakra or whatever it was. He can't do it. Next day, fight starts, he looks like he's losing NOPE I'VE MASTERED IT TO AN AMAZING DEGREE, short flashback to some stupid shit his mentor said before he died to explain the improbable power-up. MC wins, repeat as many times as necessary.
Another thing that I liked was who was the "main character" was up in the air after a while.
Nah, that "anime power-up!" happened rarely and Gangryong got his shit slapped more than anyone else on the whole serie.
Also, has there ever been a more badass character than Honse?
>has there ever been a more badass character than Honse
About a million of them.
I'm pretty sure it was axed.
Well, I'm a sucker for characters who hide their power level very well for a long time.
Cool main character, albeit one dimensional. It was decent.
Breaker's still much better.
A bunch of narcissistic teenagers with superpowers, forgive me if I don't cream myself over the setup.
Thing that made that moment so impactful was that it was clearly established that all of his chi pathways ( or whatever they were called) were sealed. And that he only had one move, that small step thingy to fight the strongest bitch there is in that school.
You could say he's still hiding his powerlevel to this day, since we never got to see him fight.
I'm still mad about the ending
Nah, they later on reveal that Hayato and Rud planned everything so they didn't reck his shit.
Yeah, same here.
MC a jock, I read this without wanting to punch his face
All wrong. The creative team split up because they decided they couldn't stand each other anymore. It may make a comeback, but it looks very unlikely.
Suprisingly, I didn't want to punch him in the face. Not that I could anyways. He was a pretty cool guy. Would have a fight with him and then become bros.