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Apr 8, 2018 11:54 PM
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I literally made a Mal account right after this anime. I want to know how the fuck this 50 year old man was training and couldn't even do half the things hiro did but somehow beat him when the fight came.Then this old fart daughter somehow managed to come back to life when she was clearly supposed to die. Then at the end Hiro detonated himself to change the trajectory of the meteor and it failed which resulted in the old fart having to do the same for it to work 1/10
 
Apr 15, 2018 7:46 AM

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One thing that best describe this anime is that:

"The only people will remember you is when you're dead"

I really hate the MC's family. They didn't care about the geezer before when he's still a human and now he became a machine that's the time where they care about him. My god, he needs to become a machine first so that his family can recognize him mentally, physically and emotionally. What a fake family. I'am so sad for the geezer, at the very beginning until the end I feel so sad for him because he didn't deserved that kind of treatment. But at least at the end he made all of the people around the world to recognize him and he left a mark in people's head. I love the ending, just perfect.

Overall Score: 8/10
 
Apr 15, 2018 7:26 PM

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That ending. It made me cried. Really it did. It was rushed yes but that ending where Ichiro had to do what he did was oh so very sad.
 
 
Apr 18, 2018 5:29 PM

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Watched it for the hype and didn't like it. Felt like it was all over the place, especially the scale and pacing felt off to me. On the contrary, I really liked Ajin and was entertained by Gantz.

 
Apr 24, 2018 9:15 AM
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Does TV broadcast has any censoring? is it better to wait for BDs? Holy shit it seems they let out final page, though they probably will never add in BDs, but then again Gantz uncut had all kinds of stuff, compared to crappy broadcast, so.......
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Apr 28, 2018 11:32 AM

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Good episode but when Hiro came into Ando's room I thought he was gonna kill him but as soon as Ando said wanna read the new manga?! His expression changed from a dark gloomy serial killer to a happy puppy-like kid i had to burst out laughing that was so weird. Hiro is really an interesting character
 
Apr 28, 2018 3:04 PM
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I loved this series. I feel like the ending was a bit rushed like they should have made it one episode longer, but nonetheless, it was great!
 
May 8, 2018 3:52 AM
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This gave me depression wtf
 
 
May 14, 2018 12:53 PM

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Poorly written, with repetitive parts.


 
May 18, 2018 12:02 AM

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It has its flaws but I enjoyed watching it. I was not expecting Trump to be in this.
 
Aug 28, 2018 4:06 AM

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lol at the trump scene. I had a feeling hiro would sacrifice himself to save the earth but grandpa also die that took me by surprise. Anyway it was a good short entertaining anime I really enjoyed so I give it a 7/10

Hope the aliens fix hiro and grandpa in the space so they can again kill/save people on earth lol XD
 
Aug 30, 2018 7:41 AM
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Never watched an anime with old man this hard boiled!!! I'm not an anime specialist or something so i didn't know what really is bad to comment about this anime. All i know is that i enjoyed it to the fullest.
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Oct 1, 2018 9:46 PM

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Wow, so even Donald Trump is a jerk in this sho--oh wait.

The whole asteroid scenario felt a bit anticlimactic, but the feelings are definitely there. I can really feel for Inuyashiki. He made the ultimate sacrifice to protect those he loved, such that they can continue to grow & pursue their dreams. His once ungrateful family has now enshrined him as the husband and father that led by example and has forever shaped their lives.

As for Hiro, I think he was trying to atone in a way. Earlier on, it was hinted that he finally realized the weight of human life. Perhaps that finally set him on his course. It's difficult to say with him, though. Certainly, Hiro's persona was very dynamic & whimsical. He found it thrilling and reaffirming to kill others, but I think it was only because he resigned himself to no longer being human. Ultimately, I think he just wanted someone like Shion who would accept him in his new form and still acknowledge his humanity.

Well, this whole thing was certainly...different. No, scratch that. It was bizarre. Totally zany. Completely out of this world. Now with that said, it was particularly interesting to see the contrast in Inuyashiki & Hiro's use of the same power, both for good as well as great evil. Although with how edgy this show could get, it felt like nearly everyone was evil enough to contend with Hiro. I also can't say I was overly fond of the CGI. It was really ugly and made supposedly serious moments feel too comical. Overall, I'd say that Inuyashiki had some fine moments, but suffered from an awkward execution that kept it from being the next Parasyte.

6.5/10
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Oct 21, 2018 7:51 AM
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This genuinely made me cry at the end, anything that makes me cry deserves a 10/10, what a wonderful ending to a wonderful anime.
 
 
Oct 22, 2018 5:36 PM

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I liked it. I figured the anime ending this way the second I heard about the asteroid from earlier episodes.
 
Dec 16, 2018 4:01 PM

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Absolutely pathetic anime from very start till very end. Even though it tried so hard to be crazy (trashy is better word for a such bullshit) it also was predictable since all of cruel moments were there just for fan-service purpose and when meteorite appeared on horizon I was glad because it's meant that author and anime studio wanted to kill anime by killing its main characters (it's a typical move for studios after failures). In summary we had incoherent anime with tons of plot holes, weak personalities, bad realized action scenes and total mess in terms of whole story. Inuyashiki reminds me another pathetic example of "shock content is best for selling!" anime - Elfen Lied, so 1/10, music is good though.
 
Jan 30, 2019 7:39 AM

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a pretty dark anime IMHO, some nice action scenes here and there. didnt really have a good time other than the ending when hiro half redeemed himself at the end.
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Feb 23, 2019 2:30 AM
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I changed my vote from 10 to 1 for the ridiculous Trump caricature. Way to blow immersion and ruin what could have been a great anime. Now I'll always remember the Trump thing. Good doing fuckheads.

Don’t you think you are overreacting just a bit?
 
May 3, 2019 8:57 PM
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Wow, so even Donald Trump is a jerk in this sho--oh wait.

The whole asteroid scenario felt a bit anticlimactic, but the feelings are definitely there. I can really feel for Inuyashiki. He made the ultimate sacrifice to protect those he loved, such that they can continue to grow & pursue their dreams. His once ungrateful family has now enshrined him as the husband and father that led by example and has forever shaped their lives.

As for Hiro, I think he was trying to atone in a way. Earlier on, it was hinted that he finally realized the weight of human life. Perhaps that finally set him on his course. It's difficult to say with him, though. Certainly, Hiro's persona was very dynamic & whimsical. He found it thrilling and reaffirming to kill others, but I think it was only because he resigned himself to no longer being human. Ultimately, I think he just wanted someone like Shion who would accept him in his new form and still acknowledge his humanity.

Well, this whole thing was certainly...different. No, scratch that. It was bizarre. Totally zany. Completely out of this world. Now with that said, it was particularly interesting to see the contrast in Inuyashiki & Hiro's use of the same power, both for good as well as great evil. Although with how edgy this show could get, it felt like nearly everyone was evil enough to contend with Hiro. I also can't say I was overly fond of the CGI. It was really ugly and made supposedly serious moments feel too comical. Overall, I'd say that Inuyashiki had some fine moments, but suffered from an awkward execution that kept it from being the next Parasyte.

6.5/10



You completely missed the mark in regard to Hiro's chracter, it was highlighted throughout the show constantly that he only cares about his friend's and family. Everyone else is apathetic too everyone else , has no qualm killing strangers. Even with psychopathic tendiences he will still protect the ones he love. Hiro never changed and his character was consistent throughout the show.
 
May 16, 2019 7:53 AM

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Dog: barks
Hiro: Kills dog and the entire family that kept the dog

Andou: Co-ordinates with Ichirou and ends up getting Hiro's arms and the back of his head broken off
Hiro: LET'S READ SOME ONE PIECE, ANDOU :D
 
Jun 1, 2019 12:06 AM
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Man, that was awesome, the ending was just Gantz but i liked everything about it, ichiro was just plain awesome, bye and RIP last hero
 
Jun 6, 2019 6:37 AM

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the whole asteroid thing is kinda bs lol
RIP Hiro and Ichiro

Overall 8/10 despite the rush ending
yeah pissed me off
 
Jun 9, 2019 6:11 PM
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8/10 when ichiro died i cried like a baby
Nice that they added mari winning the contest

Some of the CGI scenes where really shitty animated (like almost every amime with CGI has some shitty scenes) but CGI hasn't been around for long in anime so i will just keep my mouth shut about that
 
 
Jul 8, 2019 6:36 AM

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So he said the alien said "the machines can destroy earth" yet cannot even destroy 1 meteor which is far smaller than earth? Kinda lame. Also the 3d in the show was horrendous
 
Jul 26, 2019 10:19 PM
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As far as endings go, while somewhat emotional, it was pretty uneventful. Although I will admit that it wraps up the whole "What will the countries of Earth do to this alien-tech grandpa?" bit that would have inevitably have happened since his exposure. Would have been nice if there were more scenes of people connecting the explosion on the meteorite to the disappearance of the savior grandpa and mourning his death, ultimately giving his life a hell of a lot more noticeable meaning... But whatever... They only had 11 episodes.

Overall it was pretty fun despite cheaping out on animation, so... 7/10
 
Jul 28, 2019 11:13 AM

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This is a good anime, imo.

R.I.P Inuyashiki-san

8/10




 
 
Aug 1, 2019 3:18 AM

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Ichiro is back.
Ichiro reveals the truth to his family.
Mari so pretty.
lol The Museum of Sex.
Dem tears. Hanako even joined in.
Kami jiisan.
Hiro appears in Ando's room.
Jump.
Shion and her obaachan.
LMAO at Trump.
3 days?
WTF at Trump's last words.
Running naked.
Jisatsu?
Ando calls Ichiro.
Ichiro is going to try and save them.
Ichiro belly. He's pregnant?
Mari.
Hanako fell down the stairs.
Run Hanako! Run!
Ichiro is in space.
Ichiro's attack aren't working.
Hiro appears. Like he did in the 1st episode.
Self-destruct?
Dat self-destruct.
It didn't work?
Ichiro will have to self-destruct?
Ichiro calls Ando.
Dat lie.
Dat explosion! ICHIRO!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mari is sad.
Mari won the award. Oda is shocked.
Mari runs home.

And that was the end. What a great series as expected of Oku. First Gantz. Now Inuyashiki. What a tensai. Great OP and ED songs. MWAM does it again. Now I have to read the manga. I'll miss my waifu Mari.
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Aug 14, 2019 10:14 PM
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The ending alone is worth the 8, the only time I actually liked a crying scene in Inuyashiki.
 
Sep 14, 2019 11:20 AM

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On one hand they had to die. It would be too much pain to do a happy epilogue for an immortal cyborg.
On the other, I hate how they just self destructed one after another. After Hiro's simulation turned out wrong, he just decided to trust same simulation? Not much choice I guess, but it could've been done better.
Other than that, a beautiful end. I'd wish for some more epilogue beyond those few scenes.I'm satisfied nonetheless.
 
Sep 17, 2019 9:06 AM

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They should really make a Isekai about Trump (Putin has one tho Ride on King) 11/11 for me xD :'D Trump sama save this episode!!!!!!!!
Make Anime Great Again - Donald J. Trump
 
Sep 25, 2019 10:48 AM

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Those aliens screwing up their teleportation had given Inuyashiki and Shishigami the ultimate destiny to save the planet by sacrificing themselves for the ones they love. Even if Hiro was the cruelest and most selfish one among them, I still figured that he'd be the one who'll be sacrificing himself as a means to finally redeem himself because of how he cured those people when Shion told him to but I was just basking in denial when it came to old Ichirou because I just wanted to see him spend more time with his family... It's tragic that they both had to die.

It's a good thing that the Inuyashiki family's finally doing well thanks to his noble sacrifice. This anime might have its very visible flaws but the emotions and excitement I got from it was real. Trump had a role too naisu lmao








 
Nov 1, 2019 12:11 AM

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Nice Trump cameo, the best part of the final episode.

Make Anime Great Again.

3/10 for the anime.

Life has no meaning.
 
Dec 14, 2019 3:01 AM
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For me, this show gives a different vibe than any other anime that I have watched. I loved how it ended, how the family reunites for a short moment, they were able to love and appreciate Mr. Inuyashiki again. Though, apart from the part where both Inuyashiki and Hiro wasn't given the credits they deserve, from saving the world from that huge asteroid and instead gives it to "americans". Yeah, i hate that part. Overall, this episode made me cry.
 
 
Feb 19, 12:05 AM

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They're the reason why their city suffers. Now that they're dead, it back to normal again. The asteroid put end the story, it feels force. Hiro's reason for killing is not justifiable. The only thing I like about this anime is Inuyashiki become a superhero and help people in need. Other than that... It's just okay. This anime inspired by Death Note but the execution is bad. Death Note is a lot lot better.
 
Feb 21, 4:20 AM

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I liked the anime in general. I was hoping for Ando to somehow end up talking to the daughter though in that last scene.
 
Mar 17, 9:27 PM
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It's a really sad ending, but I think it's the best way to end it. It seems unfair for Inuyashiki but it's his destiny and he gladly accept it. He's the real hero, for his family, the world and of course himself. And Hiro, yeah it's just like Kaneki, man. It's not the world that's wrong, but how you think about it is just wrong from the beginning, it's a shame, man. You're dragging your family, your loved one because of your stupidity...One question...who gave the powers to Inuyashiki and Hiro at the beginning??? I'm really curious...
 
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Wow the trump adaptation. The voice was kinda off but the "loser" impression was kinda spot on lmfao.

Honestly I think the whole asteroid ending is a little bit rushed and sudden, they didn't give a lot of time for the characters to process it.

Speaking about VAs, I think it was kinda great that the studio gave an opportunity for daily drama actors to voice in Inuyashiki. I have seen some dramas by Fumiyo Kohinata. I mean the reason why many people we're complaining about the off voice acting is because the voice actors are not experienced in terms of voice acting. They do more dramas instead. IMO, I really like the voice acting in Inuyashiki.

I appreciate the contrast between Hiro and Inuyashiki. Although they both are the same types of machines, one kills while the other saves, gives a basic protagonist and antagonist storyline. However, although both are different, they both have people they care about and are willing to sacrifice their lives to protect these people. (why am i stating the obvious)

Just when everyone thought Hiro was gonna save the day by self-destructing, Hiroya Oku pulled the Uno Reverse card and instead got both machines to self-destruct in order to save the world.

I also love the concept of this anime. I think it's really cool that Hiro could kill people, even through monitors, just by pointing his finger and screaming "Bang!".
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At least the ending was well done even tho it was kinda rushed, i guess it was worth not dropping it just for the ending. 4/10


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The basis of the story is pretty simple from having an old man and a teenager dying and being rebuilt as machines by aliens.
With the old 58-year-old Ichirou wanting to save others, and the 19-year-old Hiro desiring to kill, both with their own opposite method to feel human.

When Ichirou finds out he's about to die in about three months due to cancer, he doesn't tell his family as he's unsure if they would care to cry for him, leading him to sob himself of pity while embracing his new dog Hanako, as Hiro was beside him at some point, an invisible ufo crushed them to death.

Even though Ichirou is insecure and frustrated at times from missteps or failures, he is always determined to save as many people as he can.
From a homeless man about to come back to his wife, to patients in hospitals, to a girl who was about to get raped by a yakuza, to finally saving some of the victims of Hiro and in the end earth from an asteroid. Ichirou finds his reason for being born and living.

Unlike Hiro, who in his nature since a child killing animals, always had the potential to become a psychopath from his lack of morality and remorse for others.
From his invincibility to avoid consequences from the law, his ultimate power lead him to kill without hesitation to feel alive.
On first impression and a bit throughout the progression of the plots, the story seemed to almost feel lame with an awkward old man of a protagonist but quickly and constantly progressed in a thrilling wave of great action and drama.
From killing strangers in their homes, to Naoyuki's bullies and finally being find out by the cops and his mother who later commits suicide, Hiro's caring side for his childhood friend, the mourning of his mother and love for Shion who had a crush on him was very interesting.

The mass murder of trolls on the internet mocking his mother, to cops attempting to apprehend and kill him, to wanting everyone's death in Japan as they're his enemy in his mind was exciting.
Ichiriou's slow instincts to develop similar skills as Hiro in time to save more with the help of Naoyuki was a little frustrating but fitting to his character.
Hiro not seeking redemption but only wanting to save Shion and her grandma by self-destructing to push the asteroid away was fitting of the psychopath he was.

While I never cried, except for having tears in the scene where Ichirou's family find out who he is, along with the emotional scenes of saving and death, the emotions of horror and compassion were impactful. His death was of course sad as well.

While the whole story feels fairly simple. Mari didn't feel very complex in her development before being saved by her father, even though she served her purpose of the sobbing daughter embracing her father which is beautiful but... I guess it's hard to truly care for her in the end. I think she was probably just in a phase of not appreciating what she has but the lack context including his son and wife isn't fulfilling in comprehending them as a family. 8/10. Very enjoyable.
 
 
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That representation of Trump was so spot on even for 2017. I'm glad I watched this show while he's still president lmao. His speeches about covid-19 sound just like that.
8/10 for the anime. It had so many flaws, but I could appreciate its essence and what it tried to convey.
 
May 23, 8:52 AM
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The art is nice but strange at times. It's hard to watch. So the message is old people are good, kids are bad. And US Trump doesn't care to save the Earth from asteroid so two heroes from Japan can have the chance to sacrifice themselves to save the Earth. Whatever, man.
 
May 24, 2:30 AM
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Inuyashiki, please kill your awful family. This ending is awful. I hate everyone but Inuyashiki. Lazy writing.

The Trump bit was hilarious though.
 
May 29, 3:24 PM

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Dumb show but i couldnt stop watching it. 5/10
 
 
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This show was a real treat.

It was sad to see that Shishgami was trying to change his path but realized he couldn't once the police came after him. Even though he was a murderous psychopath he did have people he cared about and that really showed in the ending. The part where Andou called Shishigami a murderous killing machine hit hard, cause the whole time thats what Shishigami was trying to convince himself he wasn't. Then when you also see that Shishigami had those tears flowing showed how much he cared and valued Andou. The moment Andou found out that Shishigami was going to sacrifice himself to save the world and him, it was heartbreaking because he how wrong he had been about his friend, and that painful scream he let out chilled me to the bone. We also see that Andou, Watanabe, and the grandmother all cried when Shishigami died just showed how much they cared for him in the end. Shishigami seemed like the protagonist and the Inyushiki was the antagonist even though he was the good guy. The question was did Shishigami redeem himself by saving all those people, and he showed he head a heart in the end. And with all the pain he had to endure, everything the trolls, his mom committing suicide, knowing his mom hated him he was still managed to be human. Shishigami didn't have to become who he did but that was the path he took

Inyuashiki was one of the most lovable and charasmatic characters I have ever seen.
When Ichirou finds out he's about to die in about three months due to cancer, he finds his new friend Hanaki, but doesn't tell his family because hes not sure if they would care or not. The powerful moment that the dog didn't even get to sat good bye and chased its owner. I hated how Inuyashiki's family treated him a like a human once he found out he was a superpowerful robot. Inyuashiki was the only true pure person in the anime. He cared for everyone no matter who they were because he had been there. He was once weak so once he became strong he defended the weak and was a true super hero. Many people are saying the dog falling over was to much I don't think it was. It was showing just much that dog cared for Inuyashiki, considering he rescued it and was there to help him through his journey. Hanako was always there for him when Inyuashiki was breaking down. .Even though Mari wasn't a likable character when she hugged him for the last time truly showed how powerful that scene was. When his family was staring at the sky and the explosion happened and they knew and they just broke down brought me to tears.

The ending was bittersweet to see that Mari had won the Jump contest
Even though the ending was rushed and the whole series was extremely violent it was extremely emotional
That was a long ramble series gets a 10/10. Even though it was rushed to the degree I felt for the characters and how it moved me gets that.
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The ending was rushed and felt like a major cop-out but overall was an okay watch. I really only enjoyed the episodes focused on Shishigami. Although he's very flawed, his ideas feel very human; "being a hero sounds like a pain" "why should I care for those I don't know". When he tried to redeem himself he realized there was really no turning back. I'm glad that Shishigami wasn't fully redeemed but wasn't truly evil in a sense. Also, the bullshit they pulled on Mari still being alive makes me livid; I dislike his family Inuyashiki's family because of the way they treated him, in the beginning, to suddenly liking him after he reveals his identity. Shishigami really felt like the only interesting character to watch. Also, I still don't understand how the fuck Inuyashiki beat Shishigami. Shishigami knew how to use his abilities better and we never even saw much training from Inuyashiki.
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I CANT STOP CRYING I STAYED UP ALL NIGHT WATCHING THIS ITS LIKE 9AM ANX I CANT STOP CRYINGGG
 
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