Battle Royale, Vol. 6
While most of the participants in the game are trying their best to kill each other, there are a few individuals willing to band together in order to defeat the system. Star athelete Shinji, hot-blooded musician Shuuya, and kind-hearted kung fu master Hiroki work together to bring an end to the... show more
While most of the participants in the game are trying their best to kill each other, there are a few individuals willing to band together in order to defeat the system. Star athelete Shinji, hot-blooded musician Shuuya, and kind-hearted kung fu master Hiroki work together to bring an end to the death game but can their dream of unity become reality or will it crumble into the abyss?
Publish date: March 2nd 2004
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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Series: Battle Royale 4 (#3)
The whole final battle with Kazuo was ridiculous. Yes, he had an accident when he was young, but how does that makes him bullet proof? explosion proof? car accident proof? It makes me mad. I didn't complain when others characters didn't wince while taking multiples gunshot, i didn't rolled my eyes w...
The ending was pretty weak. What's with the escape to america? And why kill Kawada when all is settled already? (those are rhetorical questions). "You watch, that's why they died." This is something to think about. Really. In conclusion, i've never really been a fan of sheinen but i decided to give ...
I liked to see a bit more of Mim (even if he was dead). On the other side i didn't quite like to see how sexually or disgusting are graphed the female characters, all except Nori. I don't like her semi princess semi virgin condition.
I liked the transcendent part in vol. 11 but here it just got caricatured and dragon ball z-ish. Also even if it was expected that Kazuo would make it to the last 5, i didn't liked how "invincible" he seems. I understand that he is to be seen as a robot (and i don't complain on the lack of feelings ...
Takako's story is further explored in this installment. I found myself increasingly warming to her character, I was just hoping that her survival would have lasted longer, I felt she had more to give and it was upsetting that her life was cut short so soon. I did love the story with her and Sugimura...