Who doesn’t want twins being cute on their dash?
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i promise i will never do this again
(im sorry ash)
(wednesday ill make it all up to you)
SCREECHES OFF INTO THE STRATOSPHERE
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Favourite Subaru Cosplays
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I’ve been skimming through doujin to find porn & this… isn’t porn but it’s pretty fucking great.
YES HE REALLY IS WONDERFUL ISN’T HE
HE SEEMS SO GENUINELY INTERESTED IN WHAT SHE HAS TO SAY & GENUINELY REALLY PLEASED FOR WHAT SHE’S ACHIEVED & GENERALLY SO ENTHUSIASTIC & JUST
HOW IS HE SO PERFECT, HOW
Seishirou Sakurazuka you fucking terrible excuse for a human being, you wipe that self-satisfied knowing smirk off your face right this instant oh my god.
Not using the scans here since they’re all I have for the first chapter & the translation for this bit is incorrect, but there’s a point here which may be worth flagging up. I’m sure some of you are already aware of this but still.
Hokuto describes the Sakurazukamori in this panel as ‘supporting Japanese history from the shadows’ which implies that, irrespective of the reader’s take on the morality of assassinating (potential?) threats to the country, what Seishirou does is considered at least in-universe to be something that’s beneficial to the way the Japan operates.
I can’t say that it’s something I agree with but it’s certainly interesting to look at how his job is perceived within the story itself.
Yes! I’ve always been fascinated by this idea, oh my gosh. The scene just before Seishiro kills the MS Institute leader (Kumiko-sensei? Am I pulling that name out of my ass idek) supports this idea, too. Also, reflected in the Sumeragi/Sakurazukamori relationship, where both are supposed to be necessary.
That idea has shaped a lot of my own thoughts about how Seishiro works. It’s funny because to me he and Subaru are painfully similar! But how they deal with things, their moral codes, are so opposite, which is why they work as such excellent contrasts. For example, both are strongly motivated by their duty. They each carry out their job not because they have a particular love of it, but because they must until the next person takes over.
It’s just the fact that Seishiro sees very little wrong with things Subaru takes great issue with - hence his pretty great advice-giving at various points. He has objectivity that Subaru cannot have… which is also what makes him a heartless bastard, of course.