We’re finally here. The exploits of our favourite job centre chav have come to an end. Honestly I didn’t expect it to end here but I guess it was cut short by the publisher due to it going nowhere. Like is Haji an Ice Demon? Why is her apartment so cold? What’s the money for? Why is Sasamoto a spineless twat? Why does Miss Cheese and Crackers love him? I doubt we’ll ever know.
Now, that’s a wrap folks. You could see that ending was the only realistic way things would go down. Funny how the old dude lasted way longer feeding Mashuri than Gunji, I mean like 30 years versus a few months for all we know. I was expecting things to go all LifeForce with plant zombies running around feeding on people but I guess that was asking too much.
And thus begins the start of what will be the third volume of Killing Morph. Picking up right away after the latest revelation M and Madoka continue to talk while the reporter dude looks around M’s lair.
This time on Thunderbolt Fantasy the gang enters the valley of the dead and well fights the dead. Or rather Sho does all the work. I really like this version instead of the puppet version as it’s far more focused in it’s overall approach. Anyway enjoy the chapter.
With a chapter title like that you know it can’t be good, which it isn’t. Without giving out any spoilers I’ll let you know that you won’t be disappointed. Except the pay off isn’t until the next chapter since it’s mostly talking, sigh. Anyway’s the links are below so get reading.