- Probably not true. I mean, the tsunami is symbolic and all but also a very logical thing that could have happened there. Plus, Chise have already grown to gigantic proportions by that point and Shuuji didn't know that. And despite being heartbroken Shuuji wouldn't want for all his classmates and parents to die.
- I actually thought that the whole series was Shuuji's hallucination, that the end segment where he's in the gray with nothing but an energy being (light bulb) was a testament to how he was going around in his cell, talking to himself.
The story was set in one of the hive worlds that looks like Japan. And in the end of the series the sky turns red, Chaos approached.
- Ah, this explains why the plot is so incredibly depressing. "There is only war", indeed!
- She doesn't show any of the physical deformities that ought to come with the infection though, not until the very end.
- Hey, Chise could might as well be a Mechanicus Experiment to make an "Imperial" Obliterator virus, after all, the Imperium are Catholic Space Nazis! That could also be why she looks like an Angel of Death!