Yeah. The horn's shape is characteristic. It just screams his name.Proj2501 said:Ok, I re-read everything and yea I have to admit, it does look like Zodd is duckin outta the way.
Of course, this all has yet to be confirmed. It's still clearly just speculation. But in the end, considering all the "coincidences" and if we take into consideration the nature of the child, his attitude, his powers, how Casca reacted to him, the episode titles, and what Miura showed us in volume 22, it feels natural and logical to think he's simply Griffith to me (now how the child/Griffith combo works is another question altogether, and stays completely open for now). Anyway we can favor a theory without refusing to consider others, and I think it'd be wrong to assert that it has nothing more going for it than other alternatives such as "Zodd stumbled on them while checking on the progress of Daiba's fleet." IMHO this definitely brings a new light and perspective on the events that took place as well as the future development of the story, and I have a feeling the most exciting, interesting and spelled out explanation is the good one."Griffith No More!" said:To me, this raises more questions than gives answers, and it's dangerous to go supposing a bunch of things about the situation based on this one panel for which we don't know the context (like, if Griffith is actually there or not).
But yeah, maybe Zodd was collecting herbs for dinner on the cliff. In his apostle form. With the wings out. I'm just going to cautiously stick to the other explanation until we learn more. =)
PS: Sorry for only leaving you the role of the bad guy.