fieldy snuts wrote:it was the only way to effectively end that story.
"End"?? She's still alive, ain't she??
"We Can REBUILD Her
..." after all. If you thought she was the T-1000 before
i understand the maiming is a departure from the manga (found when trying to find an explanation for wtf happened to her left arm) but the writer approved it so i'm guessing he shares that sentiment.
Maybe not. Anime series often depart from their source material for one reason or another
, so this departure would just be par for the course. If Akira Toriyama couldn't keep Dragon Ball GT from being made, I'm not sure Rei Hiroe could stop a few changes in his story from happening, even if he wanted to.
still annoyed the current story is still playing out in magazines. probably means it'll be 2 years till we see it on the screen
Actually, according to the Black Lagoon trope page
, the manga had a Schedule Slip
for almost 3 years, but has recently resumed, so maybe we'll see more of the anime sooner than that. Fingers crossed!