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I don't really get why that would be the case. Does Amano have other commitments? If not, then I don't see why he wouldn't be allowed to take the same amount of time as he did with KH2. I could've seen the story getting wrapped up in another two, three years tops if he had been allowed to cover Monstropolis and San Fransokyo.It could be Amano’s editors asking them to hurry up with the story and get to the climax, which is a shame but somewhat understandable.
I don’t claim to know what’s going on with Amano or Gangan Online. And I agree, this manga could’ve covered Monstropolis and San Fransokyo if given enough time. But it could be a case of the manga not getting a high enough readership. And if I remember right, usually manga that aren’t doing well get the axe, and are only given so many chapters to wrap it all up.I don't really get why that would be the case. Does Amano have other commitments? If not, then I don't see why he wouldn't be allowed to take the same amount of time as he did with KH2. I could've seen the story getting wrapped up in another two, three years tops if he had been allowed to cover Monstropolis and San Fransokyo.
Amano cut him out of the remaining CoM plot and made him a joke in a bonus chapter of the CoM manga soooooo...You know, with the fact that the reference to him earlier was left out, I'm almost half expecting Repliku to be left out of the manga entirely.
Can confirm we do have the Repliku talking to Riku scene after Riku gets grabbed by the Darknado, but there’s no mention from Riku of his “other me” when he puts down his Way to Dawn. He does it while contemplating Aqua’s situation, and asks her to hold on a little longer. Then Mickey mentions to Riku that Aqua’s like Sora in strength of heart(after some clairification) which eases his worries.Seems the only Repliku references he didn't cut are the obvious one so Riku could tell Sora what Replicas are and probably Repliku speaking to Riku after he got nabbed by the Darknado, but I can't tell about that one cuz no one bothered fan translating after chapter 14.
I don’t know if I’d agree with that just yet. It’s all gonna depend on how the next few chapters and the Keyblade Graveyard arc as a whole are handled.I honestly think Amano doesn't really like Repliku at all.
Nah.I‘m guessing they’re re-releasing the Tokyopop version?
That’s what I was thinking too. But then I saw their preview pages on the individual volumes:Nah.
As you probably saw with their IDW Sonic listings, they're doing the individual issues as hardcover books, presumably because they just like doing smaller books for libraries, so the same logic likely applies with these.
What I can't get my head around is that price tag. Is paying up to $100 for around 80 pages worth of reading material a thing that libraries do? Why not just buy the original books?
It's the same for the IDW Sonic issues.The only possible reasons I could think of for the high price is that A)it’s a hardcover book as opposed to paperback which would cost more to produce, and/or B)the original Tokyopop version is out of print. But that second one would just raises further questions.
And I agree, it’d be much easier to just buy the omnibuses for the libraries.
This ended up reminding me how both Maleficent fights and the Riku-Ansem fight were cut out completely and it made Sora's sacrifice look more like being fooled by Ansem.