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joined Apr 22, 2017

should this be a spoiler for rebellion?

joined Jun 12, 2015

Tifo-chan banzai!

joined Jun 13, 2017

Homura is the DEFINITION of suffering

joined Oct 28, 2017

So far this is turning out to be very interesting

joined Jan 23, 2016

Was that a Jojo reference with the shooting stars at the end?

joined Mar 16, 2015

The woman and the boy in page 12 are those Mami met when she was new, from the PSP game. The boy was eaten by Gisela because Mami failed to save him from the barrier, and his mother went mad with grief.

joined Oct 26, 2016

OK was not expecting prequel to Rebellion.

joined Nov 30, 2016

What you say? Somebody set up us the bomb?

Great proofreading blunders in history repeat!

last edited at Feb 24, 2018 10:11AM

joined Jun 3, 2014


Marion Diabolito
joined Jan 5, 2015


I never saw the point of Rebellion. Your girlfriend is now a love goddess, and yeah, people don't remember her, but you do, and she's a comforting presence, and the Universe is still being saved, and the Incubators are proven wrong, and yeah, there's fighting and suffering, but it's way less and only enough to give life meaning. So, let's destroy all that, destroy your reputation and become a villain, because, hey, you can't wait until you die by natural causes and can reunite with her. I really think Homura did everything wrong. I realize that's not a novel perspective. Homura was the only non-ditzy character (sorry, Madoka) who was a pure hero, period. Until this point.

The only way to explain it for me is the endless Groundhog Day crap made her, finally, snap, and the movie was The Madness of Homura.

joined Apr 22, 2019

Very intense, but alas this made it obsolete.

Marion Diabolito
joined Jan 5, 2015

On reflection, Rebellion was "The Disappearance of Kaname Madoka"

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