Seems that the principal was under all of this mess – he wanted Manabizaki and Mayoi to expand the influence of the underworld.
The teachers have had enough of this, so they take sticks and beat him up.
Mayoi injects himself with the potion that made Touji (Iwashida, remember) a zombie capable of using chainsaws to kick giant lobsters in suits.
He now is capable of controlling INFINITE AMOUNTS OF EYEBALLS THAT APPEAR FROM NOWHERE and use them to quickly dispatch of Toudou.
Hasuno gets the potion, but Mayoi throws a bunch of exploding eyeballs at her.
However, Manabizaki blocks the eyeballs and then dies.
I think the point was made pretty clear
After he dies, he gets resolve and then wakes up again.
And then HOLY FUCK WHAT THE HELL
If I’m getting this right, he summons a giant pillar that extends all the way to the heavens (out of nothing but the energy Einstein’s giving off from rolling around in his grave right now) and pierces entirely through Mayoi.
I don’t even
Mutou and Yamikura duke it out, with Yamikura obviously winning.
On the other hand, Manabizaki’s not so lucky, with Mayoi cutting him in half (?) with two giant butcher’s knives.
Unable to fight, doom is certain for Manabizaki…
…until a newly-powered-up Toudou arrives and beats the shit out of Mayoi.
I’m just writing this for the plot right now, so Laziness yeah.
“(in tree-demon speak) THERE’S A TREE ON MY NOSE GRAAAAAAH”
Alright, I’ll add one more picture this time.
Iwashida gets “awakened”, as the 300th test subject of the crazy dude who eats blooded bread for breakfast, spread with a butcher knife – Shuryaku Mayoi, the leader of “Akki”.
Actually, it was probably as an afternoon snack, but oh well.
Anyways, because he got awakened, he gains SUPPER POWERS and proceeds to KILOGRAM THE SOUP out of Manabizaki, although he’ll die in about an hour because of physical exhaustion.
However, Owari and that other guy who got introduced way too fast stop those evil zombie trees from killing them.
Nevertheless, that’s not enough – the whole school is thrown into chaos as all three hundred test subjects are thrown into the wild, and a dramatic battle ensues between Mutou and Yamikura, Owari and ZOMBIEZZZZZZZZ, and finally… Manabizaki vs. Mayoi.
He’s got three eyes, and can read your subconscious.
WHAT’S GONNA HAPPEN OH EM GEEEEEEEE
Hey, I just realized that Tower of God now has more chapters than this. I think it always did have more chapters than this. Gotta check :V
And for once, I made a post ahead of time!
…to be published three days after I finish this sentence.
Ain’t a picture worth a thousand words?
There’s always a need for slimes! Especially when you’re hunting for Slime Bubbles and Squishy Liquids…
They go visit Kirishima in the hospital, and that other girl reveals that she might like Manabizaki.
It’s revealed that Iwashida’s name is Touji, and his unnamed sister is working as a nurse in the hospital.
Although they both meet the creepiness criterion, both aren’t Touji’s sister
…When the chapter ends with “An Expected Development…”, you know the manga sucks. BUT I MUST ENDURE THE SPIRITUAL PAIN
Yamikura just wasn’t good enough to act as a referee…
Manabizaki decides to eat dango, and then goes out to a riverbank underneath a bridge to train. Because people always train on a riverbank underneath a bridge. I’m serious here.
Then some little kid comes and explains how resolve works.
It’s revealed that he’s Owari, the… Teppen holder? Or something. They explained it a long time ago.
Huuhhh what? Is it just me or do people use static electricity to explain /everything/ now? Is it because we’re so inferior that the only natural thing we can think of is electricity? What about, say, ‘this person’s gun fires faster’ or something simple and realistic like that?
As I’ve said before, I hate things that lie on fringes – this is obviously unrealistic but it’s trying to balance it out with ‘science’. Doesn’t. Make. Sense.
Just say ‘oh, we can’t explain this’ and there won’t be any plot holes because there will be too many plot holes!
I wish I was that guy on the slide on the center top
What’s more, apparently they say that only 1 out of 10 million people posses (prononced: PAWS-es) the reverse resolve power. HOW COME THERE ARE TWO PEOPLE IN THE SAME SCHOOL WHO HAVE IT, THEN?! Don’t argue Poisson Distribution with me because there AREN’T THAT MANY PEOPLE IN THE SCHOOL TO BEGIN WITH (probably not even two thousand; then how can there be so many normal resolve users? That makes the percentage of people possessing (PAWS-essee-nnn) like, at least 1%! What the hell is happening with the police? You’d expect them to, y’know, quench this sort of civil disorder with some tanks or something but they leave everything alone!
This applies to near every other battle manga out there; there’s no police in Beelzebub EVEN THOUGH THE WORLD IS ABOUT TO END AND THEY COULD STOP IT WITH A SINGLE NUKE, no interference in Reborn! EVEN THOUGH IT’S ABOUT MAFIA! NOT ONE SINGLE MOTHERFUCKING MENTION OF POLICE OCCURS. EVER. THAT’S NOT WHAT HAPPENS IN REAL LIFE KK
I’m only arguing this because SWOT’s trying to stay ‘realistic’ with its ‘scientific’ ‘explanations’; just be like Gash Bell and say it’s magic, mmk?
Horrible Icebreakers Part Two