But... nut her Crazy Bitch moments are AWESOME! Really, reread the chapter with Oda Nobunaga's theme:
It stops being mere crankiness and makes the jump to Epic Supervillainy. Given how chock-full of What Do You Mean, It's Not Awesome? this manga is, I think this soundtrack fits the mood of this chapter perfectly.
Alternately, for the Mashiro/Azuki interaction
I think this song would be a perfect theme for them. "Promises are not necessary" indeed...
Kimi wo, kimo wo, aishiteiru, kokoro de, mitsumeteiru!
I love Niizuma more and more with each chapter. He's just freaking adorable.
And the close up on Akina's face when she saw Miho's name scared the CRAP out of me.
I'm curious though - is it true that if you voice act for a Shonen Jump manga's anime, you won't be allowed to do another one? Seems strange to me since I'm under the impression that anime tends to reuse a lot of the same seiyuu...
There is no hard and fast rule, but I'm guessing that if you voice act a major role for a potential Long Runner Shounen anime, you're not going to have much time for many more series. Especially another potential Long Runner Shounen anime.
^Maybe you didn't notice, but Miho is Japanese, and one that is supposed to be perfectly pretty as well. So she's bound to be about a head shorter then the average western male.
Though I do have a hard time imagining a grown woman to be that small, honestly.
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Japanese men (and East Asians in general) have a preference towards petite females. 40kg is probably slightly underweight even for Japanese standards, but girls over there try to keep their weight as low as possible, possibly within the 40 to 50kg range.
Does this page make her a Magnificent Bastard? I know she fits the "Bastard" part. If not, I think that is what she is becoming/the author is trying to make her become.
On a side note: Is this the first time she and Niizuma have met? Can those two be more polar opposites of each other? Then again, Opposites Attract...Nevermind.
edited 4th Jul '10 12:17:55 PM by Belian
Yu hav nat sein bod speeling unntil know. (cacke four undersandig tis)the cake is a lie!
It's worth noting that although he hasn't made a personal appearance, Oda is in the manga. He was mentioned as being on the judging panel for amateur manga applicants, or something like that. It was one of the earlier chapters.
...eventually, we will reach a maximum entropy state where nobody has their own socks or underwear, or knows who to ask to get them back.