Fridge / Speed Grapher

  • This was somewhat Fridge Horror given the disturbing implications. It's revealed in the series that Kagura is Suitengu's Morality Pet because she reminds him of his dead little sister, and when the hero accuses him of using her as a way of pretending that he had never lost his sister, Suitengu concedes this is true. The stated reason that Suitengu has Kagura secretly given drugs that prevent the onset of menstruation/stunt her growth is that her body needs to be in this state to empower Euphorics. However, given that Suitengu's sister was sold into sexual slavery as a child, and he encountered her later on as a drug-addled prostitute, it's likely that Suitengu sees his warped behavior toward Kagura as a way of "undoing" what happened to his sister.-Jordan
  • Notice the lack of consistency in the driver's side of the car? I believe Japan steers on the right of the car and the left of the road, and though this is mostly reversed in the series, there are a few drivers with a right-side steering wheel.
    • Most of the featured cars, like Saiga's Maserati Shamal, Ginza's Maserati 3200 or Suitengu's Pagani Zonda are exotic imports, not necessarily converted to left hand drive.
  • Fridge Horror: Although Suitengu's plans wind up accomplished, we shouldn't be celebrating, since Japan practically turned into another Weimar Republic.
  • While Saiga's eye is shown to "power up" sometimes when using cameras away but not looking through them, he's able to take photographs perfectly safely after having gone blind. Because they exploded. So it would seem that his power relies on his eyes looking through the lens. His eventual blindness might could have been avoided.