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Ok I'm confused here.
So in the future they have loli andriods who could heal injuries by peeing on you?

Also, what do the Japanese think of Miura's obviously worsening pedophilia traits and demonstrations?
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>what do japs think of toilet humor
they love it. now piss off.
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A few pages in, a loli's lick could re-erect horns too.

Miura is having fun and he doesn't give a fuck that people know his secrets.
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>>102188897
>pedophilia
I don't care, but his obvious turn into vulgar and cringe-worthy "ecchiness" is quite worrying.
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>>102189017
>vulgar and cringe-worthy "ecchiness"
To the pure, all things are pure.
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>>102189017
>implying he hasn't been down this path since Schierke was introduced.
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She's not alive, it's super futuristic artificial inteligence tech device which allow human to turn into carbon titan.
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>>102189128
Early Berserk wasn't like that. Yes, nudity and sex is quite common in volumes 1-23, but not idiotic "funny" fanservice.
The biggest offender is probably a scene from volume 29 or 30 where naked Schierke lands on Guts.
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>>102189185
I don't think OP asked what she was. It wasn't even the point.
The point is that a loli looking thing pee on people and lick them. And that is somehow that is funny and acceptable in Japanese media.
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>>102189228
I wouldn't be so concerned if it was just one time thing, but it's obviously not.
Isma is a completely unnecessary fanservice character.

Miura really should stop watching otaku videos or MMDs on NND and start looking for inspiration in high quality media like books or films.
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>>102189439
With Miura, it's now all about sexualized little girls interacting with muscular men.
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>>102189549
I disagree. Griffith's parts are very well done.
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>>102188961
heh
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>>102189570
I hope you'd also agree that the manga could do without any of the sexualized children scenes, the so-called comic relief scenes.
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just go read BLAME or some bullshit
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>>102188897
>what do the Japanese think of Miura's obviously worsening pedophilia traits and demonstrations?
They think Idolmaster is the culprit
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>>102189549
>little girls interacting with muscular men.
As a muscular man, I like where he's headed.
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>>102189635
Oh, of course. In fact Puck and Isidro's scenes are easily the worst part. Japanese don't understand what tone means. Puck fooling around during dramatic battles is aggravating.
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>>102188897

I'm confused as well. What does your ego has to do with the said manga?
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>>102188897
He is just your typical pathetic, horny, short and fat japanese guy.
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It just that he got past his mental teenage period to be a man with a refined taste.
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>>102191373
This. If anything Schierke is under-sexualized.
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>>102189183

Schierke is actually my favorite character of all the characters introduced after the Golden Age arc. She is a fun character, presents a mirror image of the Witch and Skull Knight with her and Guts, and her presence allows for Guts to go deeper into his darkness and character development.

I wouldn't mind too much if the ship sunk and only Puck, Schierke, and Guts lived to make it to the island, and they grow closer to strengthen their bonds before challenging Griffith.

Remember, they are bound together on the deepest of levels.
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>>102194640
It's great watching Guts rely on and respect someone as much as he does with Schierke.



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