Moral Event Horizon:
- Shion Izumi has done more than his fair share of dog kicking (just ask the 387 people he killed just to selfishly get himself back.) But all those 387 deaths were not as irredeemably heinous, nor tragic, as when he cold-heartedly killed Tae in Volume 16. And while it was Gantz who assigned the mission, it was clear that one could choose not to kill her, much less in such a sudden, vile way. Rest assured though, the vampires slay Izumi four volumes later and Tae gets revived by then.
- For the most part, Nishi was a Jerk Ass Heel-Face Revolving Door. He finally crosses the line, however, in Chapter 364 during his final fight against Kei. While fighting him, Nishi sees Tae standing nearby. Knowing how important she is to Kei, he sports a Slasher Smile he fires a cheap shot at her. While Tae barely hangs on, Nishi's morality points are moot judging from his laughter and shameless gloating about killing Kei's girl.
- The Truth crosses this big time in chapter 371.
The Truth: Now we shall prove that human beings are merely "things..."