Bakuman 2 Episode 24

Expression and Imagination

You know, i’m glad that someone had the balls to stand up and say “Hey, letting this talented duo disappear from our magazine” is a really stupid thing to do. It’s basically like saying that their life comes down to 7 people sitting around a table deciding if they prefer Perfect Crime Club or +NATURAL. Anyway, because someone finally stood up for them, they didn’t loose the vote afterall, and the votes swung in their favour.

After a barrage of phone calls, they finally come clean with Nizuma about aspiring to him all this time, and bring their fated battle into play. But not before an English perfomance of “We Wish you a Merry Christmas” from non other than Miho; complete with a flashback of their memories. If i’ve known anything about flashbacks, it often means that something is about to happen, yet this is the show which likes to prove me wrong and then prove me right the next episode. So who knows what it means~

Anyway, this results in an editor change, where Miura takes +NATURAL, and Hattori gets Perfect Crime Club. I’m glad to see Hattori back with the duo, as he was always my preffered one, but…there will obviously be some strange feelings at first, even though they’ve wanted Hattori back all this time. Especially when Hattori decides to break the ice by saying that the vote was 4 to 3 in favour of loosing to Nizuma. But following on from that, Hattori gets straight down to the picture and compares the talents the duo has and what they lack.

However…Miura doesn’t get the good end of the end. After a rather…weird talking to from Nizuma and a furious talk from Iwase,you can’t help but feel sorry for him.

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