Sebastian in the anime be like:
I love you bocchan my love so sweet.
and in the manga be like:
WHY ARE YOU TOYING WITH MY EMOTIONS YANA?!
never touches the project again
I got twelve seconds done before giving up thats a new record
Kisumi: Oh, then Sousuke's shoulder must have healed, huh?
Makoto: His shoulder......healed?
Kisumi: I ran into him at the hospital a while back.
- Accidentally offending people
- Accidentally fucking things up
- Deliberately offending people
- Deliberately fucking things up
Do you think it's possible that Killua and Gon might become enemies? As sad as it makes me I feel like there has been some foreshadowing to it happening.
THIS IS MY WORST NIGHTMARE ANON BUT THE THING IS, I SORT OF CAN SEE IT HAPPENING.
I like to think Togashi wouldn’t go there. I feel like, at worst, they’d simply become awkward acquaintances. You know. That best friend you had in like 4th grade, stopped talking to for whatever reason, and just never really met up with again. It’s possible they’d fall out of contact, into a realm of false indifference.
Killua and Gon are people who both feel very strongly, and passionately. They were really each other’s first loves — not even in a romantic sense, although it can be taken that way, but in the sense that they were the first people they ever came to love outside of their respective families. The love they have (had?) for each other is this pure, affectionate, filial thing that was really too big and too new and too much for two twelve/fourteen year old boys that just had a friend for the first time. It took its toll in both of them in different ways, what with Killua treating it like this fragile gift he might lose at any moment and Gon simply taking it for granted, come the Chimera Arc.
It was just not fit to exist in the time and world they found themselves in. They needed space and time apart. But to feel indifference to someone you love is a very difficult thing. It’s very likely that feelings of bitterness, confusion, and resentment could form between them. We don’t know if Gon ever apologized to Killua properly. That means Killua might not know that Gon is sorry for what he’s done, means he doesn’t know if Gon cares enough to bother. Gon definitely does not know why Killua went and called him “#2” (okay, he kind of does, if he’s aware of the stunts he’s pulled), but for a kid with abandonment issues, that’s not the right thing to say. Basically, another knock on his twisted view of self-worth, mirroring Gon’s blow to Killua’s throughout the Chimera Arc. They both have their separate issues and this relationship simply exacerbated them. In the end, they both really yearned for the feeling of being needed and wanted and took that and ran in separate directions. If something came down with someone like Alluka, for example, between them, I can see Gon and Killua on opposite sides.
I can definitely see love —> hate.
I think it’s very possible. And it scares me.