I kinda feel a bit angry with Shion. She left Akashi just like that after the events of the previous chapter and Akashi even thought that she passed on to the afterlife. Could've atleast let her down before leaving.
All I'm saying is, Akashi deserves better. "Past" made me cry but now "Past+" really grinds my gears in the wrong way.
Well, I'm guessing that moving around in the real world isn't all that easy. She was drawn to Suou-chan and had to be with her, makes sense? Lolz it works for me.
Added: Oh! The only reason Shion came to visit Akashi in the first one was because she'd been leaving flowers on Shion's desk. That and the vague memory of her being a person who could see ghosts (although she'd largely forgotten that, it seems).
Akashi and Suou will ship next! Yay!
The design of Suou is a little ugly compared to the others,
Naw, she's super-cute! She seems to have a lot of personality and strong feelings too!
… Shion not actually moving on the the afterlife
Yeah, that would have been silly. Maybe after the other two fall in love? Unless it becomes a series.
oof ghost girl got a harem wtf
Works for me! +1
Not very happy ending..
I thought it was for this sequel, very happy. The first ending was excellent, if melancholy. This one is still open for part 3 so... fingers crossed!
If the doc is a robot how come she's hailed as the "rare genius"? Guess it's a secret from people? If so why, what's the point of keeping it a secret, and why are they both robots? So many questions that will never get answered lol.
These questions and more are all addressed in the novel mentioned in the thread
Yes, "Do Androids..." is a really amazing novel. It isn't even all that long. The 'Bladerunner' movie takes roughly 1/3 of the novel's content. There is indeed a lot more 'stuff' there!
electronic systems can be repaired or replaced
Not if they're broken badly enough. Not if they cost too much to be worth it.
Consider cars built in 1963: how many of them are still on the road? Yet I remain!!! (By the power of yuri!)
This is the only manga I can think of where "that escalated quickly" and "that took forever" apply in equal measure.
Real talk, though: I like that it's an awkward, experimental first time between two teens. No declarations of love or unrealistic promises about the future or real romance to speak of; just two girls swept up in the endorphins and hormones of too many raw situations in a row learning a bit about intimacy, themselves, and each other.
That cliffhanger, though... Yurizilla is a horrible tease.
Don't forget those floating abalones, that's a real aphrodisiac there eh?