- Idiot Plot:
- The revenants have been shown to be significant threats in Chapter 3, which makes it utterly baffling why they had to run and hide in Chapter 1 when their superpowered forms could have easily torn everyone apart.
- Also, Mot and Connor don't even try to explain to their fellow revenants that they're basically being forced against their will to protect a human. Speaking of which, why does the human girl in the story even need those two when she already has a personal army and Vincent, both of which have actually curb-stomped the two revenants and forced the others into hiding earlier in the story?
- Overshadowed by Controversy: As one may have guessed, the comic is more well known for the plagiarism accusations, than the actual story.
- Serial Numbers Filed Off: There are more-than-obvious parallels with several famous anime and manga series, most notably with Bleach and Hellsing. Fortunately, it was more-than noticed.
- Special Effects Failure: Connor punching a man through his torso should produce way more gore than what was seen in the comic, where only a few thin streams of blood can be seen on his entire arm.
- Values Dissonance: A meta-example: Tite Kubo's opinion about the whole problem regarding the plagiarism accusations against Nick Simmons, as you can see in the quote in the main page, can be interpretated as being Japanese, Kubo is using Tatemae for nuancing his speech, while possibly searching for his legal options with his lawyers in Japan. The I'm more bothered by the fact that Gene Simmons' son is a comic artist quote can be interpretated, from a Japanese POV, as an Stealth Insult against both Nick Simmons and his father Gene, meaning why Gene Simmons allowed his son to be a comic book artist in first place.