Recap from last week: Azure Messenger set a bomb somewhere for the main characters to find. But yeah…what a respectful and polite terrorist! That’s such a kind letter that he left for them.
I think this line loosely translates to “well, we don’t mind if you shoot missiles at us, but if the Internet starts flaming us, we’re screwed”.
Yeah, Doppa couldn’t possibly be his father! He doesn’t get a wife for another 6 years!
Oops…that’s not how you spell that word. Unless you actually mean that the ants in his brain are more solid than…normal ants?
Maybe it’s the fact that I suspected Sasaki of being the culprit last week, but her knowledge of the Azure King seems really suspicious here. I know she was just introduced as a social psychologist, but it still feels too convenient.
This is basically me in real life.
So judging by Dazai’s statements before this scene, Sasaki is looking at Doppa’s description of his ideal woman. What I’m wondering is how she managed to open it to the correct page when Dazai handed the notebook to her closed. Does Doppa mark that page to review it every day?
I understand that the point of these scenes is to show that Dazai is actually perceptive given how silly he acts, but I still hate every scene that involves both Dazai and Rampo. We get introduced to Rampo as this brilliant detective without a power and yet he always says the fewest lines to prove that. Instead, Dazai constantly steps in and explains things without any input from Rampo, begging the question of why they need Rampo to keep the Detective Agency alive in the first place.
So what? The numbers are some sort of countdown or timer-related power that killed the driver because they weren’t refreshed by the user?
This guy places a random number on you and then arbitrarily drops it to zero to kill you? Sounds like Dazai’s the only one who can beat this power and he’s busy fighting the musclehead.
That explains a lot. Does size just mean lateral dimensions? Because that wire gun seems like it has much more surface area and volume than a pocketbook.
It’s not over yet!
Who’s surprised by this? Just look at the shock on my face. I must admit, I had to think a bit when the hacker showed up because I wasn’t completely sure about him, but his explanation made too much sense.
It’s hard to feel anything in this scene when you know that ridiculous healer exists in the Agency.
I’m really having a hard time enjoying these episodes. Next week, a new story?