Just caught up with the latest chapter and, well, this is quite the fascinating read. The black comedy as well as the over-the-top gore sure aren't for everyone, but there are really few series that give that much development to the entire cast - heroes and villains alike.
Although, drawing a line between who is and who isn't a villain is really difficult. The only true villain probably is Chidaruma, who probably is behind everything. Everyone else has perfectly valid reasons for what he or she is doing, although the way they do things is questionable most of the times.
All in all, I really miss Kaiman, as he was the soul of the series as long as he was around. I'm also really glad that Fujita is getting a lot of development recently, finally harvesting the first results of his hard work. I do wonder, though, what exactly his magic is because I don't believe that it's only good for blasting holes into other people. There must be more to it.
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