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Dec 22, 14 at 6:28am
Aizen will take care of it all, don't worry.
Dec 21, 14 at 9:36pm
There is no comprehending the power of the heart.
Dec 18, 14 at 6:11am
So Juha is broken to the point where any ability he has seen / understands how it works won't work on him, and he can even see into the future so attacks brought from the future don't work either. I feel this is building up to Ichigo's power-up being so big that Juha's response is simply "I don't understand how he could have become this strong", and thus is defeated...
Dec 18, 14 at 5:22am
Buh Bye Capi-tan whosits. I guess you don't get an Ichigo save.
How about for once somebody doesn't explain exactly how their powers work to their enemies.
Well, looks like Ywach is never getting beaten.
Dec 04, 14 at 2:30pm
Enjoyable fight. Even knowing that this going to end with Ichibei on the ground, it's still nice seeing Bach trying to pull an Aizen and act like a smug asshole only for Ichibei to wipe the smirk away time after time after time.
Dec 04, 14 at 11:41am
Oh. I get it now. He has black power. His power is black. Black is his power guys. It all makes sense now. Of course Jwch can't win. There's no way he can win against black. Ichigo isn't even necessary.
Nov 30, 14 at 5:33pm
Child of Death and D
At least Kubo is actually putting effort into this fight instead of just fodderizing Quincy #54 in two chapters. But that's probably because he thought this antagonist through.
I'll check out Fairy Tail and Attack on Titan next week
Nov 30, 14 at 4:25pm
Stealing from Yu Yu Hakusho? Hell, his last chapter is straight up sucking ass from Yu-Gi-Oh!
It's seriously like a game of "you've activated my trap card" and "no, you've activated my trap card" followed by "well here's my other trap card"
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