after rereading the beginning chapters, it isn't crystal clear if Suoh is an android, a clone or hybrid. the final chapter mentions androids and clones, and hints at hybrids when discussing the difference between Suoh and Sanku, but i am a bit confused on what type of being Suoh and the others are if all the humans have died off. next, how is Suzu able to grow if she's a android clone and not a human clone? finally, since Seran is working and living in a research institute, how much of that research includes restoring the biosphere and humans?
again, i realize i'm overthinking the story, but it presents a pretty interesting 'what if' in addition to what meaning the remaining 'inhabitants' have if they're only androids instead of human clones.
I guess I’ve been spelling this word wrong all my life. I thought it was “beastiality” and assumed “bestiality” must have been a play on the term “besties” or something. I have never been so disappointed
you and me both. i thought there might have been some weird joke going on, so I checked the spelling for both (ok, I googled it). what's funny is search results for 'beastiality' returned sites like EH, porn hub and such, but results for 'bestiality' returned sites like Merriam Webster (e.g. dictionary sites), Wikipedia pages, and various news sites. because there were a lot more results returned, i'm going out on a limb and assuming more people think it's spelled 'beastiality'.
i see it as one of two ways. either it was angry sex or it was to establish domination of one over the other.
Nothing's better than a good ol' hatefuck... except perhaps the conversations that come about the morning after the hatefuck.
LOL! I would guess they didn't have any pillow talk afterwards. besides, they destroyed the conference room they were fight/fucking in and i'm curious which one or possibly both stayed behind to clean up the debris because they wrecked that room.
I..... LOVE IT! the characters are messed up, but the story is superb. the fight/sex scene(?) reminds me of LOVE/DEATH.
Really reminds me of Black Lagoon characters - a bit too messed up
I hadn't thought about Black Lagoon because I added a Yuri filter when looking for comparisons, but I can see your point.
ch. 2 really cleared up a few things for me. I honestly thought the fight scene in ch. 1 was more along the lines of some weird spy-vs-spy knockdown, dragged out type of fight. with the flashbacks, it looks to have been some really some weird ass sadistic assert one's dominance fukc-fest instead. i suppose the one question is will each woman just try to assert their dominance over the other or will they fall in love with each other?
so not trying to get spoilers out of this, but the first two chapters are so extreme, another question I have is, how will the story keep the intensity up so high without becoming predictable and repetitive?
On a completely stupid side note, Kisaki-san suffers from a "tree" disease. That got me to wondering if she has to deal with termites or pesky critters that mistake her for a tree. if so, what does she do to deal with it?
not really seeing that as the reason. even if the series hadn't been axed, i'd say eventually, there would have been a sex scene. plus i'd argue they'd just had a very tension-filled encounter with Tazune. once that tension was over, Midori felt she could freely to give herself to the person she loves. at least that's my take. would be interesting if this topic came up and was answered by Battan on pixiv or twitter.