More proof that Clear is a dweeb. Just look at him.
Urai Kenji as Yagami Light (W-cast)
Kakizawa Hayato as Yagami Light (W-cast)
Koike Teppei as L
Yuzuki Fuka as Amane Misa
Maeshima Ami as Yagami Sayu
Hamada Megumi as Rem
Yoshida Kotaro as Ryuk
Kaga Takeshi as Yagami Soichiro
I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.
He decided to be the sky instead.
My roommate and I have had far too much coffee and I think our neighbors hate us
WHO DID THIS
I HAVE MISSED THIS VIDEO MORE THAN ANYTHING IN THE ENTIRE FUCKING WORLD COME TO MAMA YOU FUCKIN TRIBAL ASS FUNKY WASHING MACHINE
"WHAT HAPPENED LARS ULRICH?" OMG
OCTOBER IS NEXT WEEK
OCTOBER IS THIS WEEK
OCTOBER IS TOMORROW
OCTOBER IS IN A FEW HOURS
OCTOBER IS HERE
Don’t forget 3. Oct. 11 / art by Selusi (me)
Decided to finish this comic today because of reasons! (there’s some mistakes like *alchemist=alchemy and *failiture= failure / I’m sorry)
FullMetal Alchemist (c) Hiromu Arakawa
Absolutely! This is actually a part of the CD that my editor harukami and I had a lot of difficulty with tweaking to make sure that the proper nuance was in the text but I think that some of it still didn’t quite come through…
Basically, by Clear’s words what he’s asking for is a suicide pact. The idea of lover’s suicide is something that’s a prevalent theme in Japanese literature and drama where lovers whose circumstances run contrary to their feelings believed that by taking their lives together their souls could reunite in heaven.
However, in this situation Clear’s reasons for asking it are somewhat different. Basically, when Clear was reading his grandfather’s letter, Clear came to a realization that in his worrying over whether or not he should accept an Alpha’s body in order to resolve the malfunctions within his own body he was being very self-centered. His worries were things that only impacted his own feelings and his sense of selfhood. In reading the letter, Clear realized that in order to make his decision he needed to focus on the thing that was most important to him: Aoba and Aoba’s happiness.
My interpretation of this is that when Clear asks Aoba about whether or not he’d make a suicide pact, he’s essentially confirming something: would Aoba be able to live a long and happy life if Clear was no longer with him? If the answer to that were yes, then Clear would have slightly more justification for taking the riskier option, since he’d have the reassurance that if he died, Aoba would remain living. But knowing that Aoba would want to die with him, Clear’s choice is set because he knows if he wants to do what’s best for Aoba and, for the sake of living a long life with Aoba, he has to make sure that he survives no matter what.
I hope that helps clear it up a little!
This makes so much sense, especially for Clear’s character. Thank you for answering (though, I’m not the one who asked) and translating!
mink and koujaku spend some quality time together by bonding over their mid-life crises
so THIS started going around again and tigerine was like DO MINKURI BODYSWAP!!! on twitter and i was like OK!!!
it took a whole body swap for mink to realize how buff he really is