even the horses are cut in half!
I wonder if it's still a wound at this point or just a spiritual scar if I can call it that...
Haha, I guess it would've been easier just to show the picture.Aazealh said:I don't know why you guys bother posting explanations when it's clearly shown that Guts' astral wounds are still there in episode 305...
Like most everyone else, sometime in Elfhelm. It would be funny though if he just showed up on the ship one night.Gobolatula said:Now that Skully's strike on Femto has failed and he witnessed what he's capable of (along with witnessing the birth of the new world), when do you think Skull Knight will speak with Guts again?
It wasn't so great last time.Gobolatula said:What do you think will be discussed? He no doubt has some great insight on Femto's abilities.
Or possibly before, assuming it even happens as we expect.Gobolatula said:I predict that he will appear in Elfhelm, possibly after Casca regains herself.
On the contrary, I think Guts would be most interested in hearing anything having to do with killing Femto.Gobolatula said:It would also be interesting to see how Guts would react to hearing Skully attempted to kill Femto (if it's even brought up)... I'm sure Guts would be more interested to hear Griffith changed the nature of the world and is about to have his dream realized.
At first, I found this to be rather disheartening. Then I remembered it's December 11th and 2010 is right around the corner...why does that seem so strange to me. Anyway, the man deserves his breaks. I'm sure when it starts up again we're in for some seriously great action from Guts.Aazealh said:Obviously when a date is announced I'll post about it.
Not unlikely, it's sure we won't.
I'm afraid you're making a mistake here. Because there is a break in the prepublication does not mean Miura is on vacation. He's no doubt working his ass off on something the result of which we will only see later on.Saephon said:Anyway, the man deserves his breaks.
When the manga first started, I wouldn't be surprised if he hadn't been 100% sure about every detail. But at this point (70% done or so?), I would bet good money that he's planned out everything that remains. Those 16 hours are no doubt spent making sure every page is as awesome as possible.Lecks said:Wow, that makes me wonder just how far ahead he's planned.
Didn't someone ask him once if he was going to end it in a depressing way and he laughed and said he would like to finally give Guts and company their happy ending?Aazealh said:Miura plans the overarching plot points and general storyline in advance, and maybe in that regard he's already got an idea of how it'll all end. However it's clear not everything is planned ahead when it comes to details, and that isn't just shown in the comment Walter quoted, but also in the fact Miura himself wouldn't bet on how much of the story remains to be written (well, that and he's commented on it in the past ). You should know that the breaks in the prepublication used to be principally to plan the plot development (and it might still be the case for all we know).
He just said that the ending wouldn't be pessimistic. But that was mentioned over 7 years ago? Or at least thats how long the search function goes back!SlimJ87D said:Didn't someone ask him once if he was going to end it in a depressing way and he laughed and said he would like to finally give Guts and company their happy ending?