In middle school a boy named yuguchi was the boyfriend to Aiko. It’s Asano really trying to push the emotion of every thing we have seen from Aiko, every interaction that Punpun and Aiko had. The guy who undetstands punpun the most after aiko is his uncle. The exact start of chapter one when punpun is at his desk entirely innocent but then the teacher announces they have a new student with the loss of Miyo their former classmate. Subtextopolitan Yea lol I was planning on it as I want to be able to sleeo at night and not be kept up by the hauntingly sad ending of this. Yuichi even though he is married to a good women and has a child, he still isn’t happy and we can see that from his expressions at the end of the series. Even when they finally arrive to Kagoshima they find the most complete nothingness.
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But sachi picks him up and from this the reader can pick up that maybe this is a happy ending but no Yea lol I was planning on it as I want to be able to sleeo at night and not be kept up by the hauntingly sad ending of this. Posts Likes Following Ask me anything Archive. This is fiction, it’d be boring if we all had the same opinion so take it what you will, but, Asano did meant for this to be the worst ending for Punpun.
As the graphic novel and movie too teaches History is written by the winners while losers become the bad guys and for this reason they teach us to remember ideas and not men: Not a dark feeling of emptiness like this manga would.
Good win, Bad forgiveness and as always England dominates. Ive defeated with myself long enough where to start this and I’ve came to the conclusion that I should tell the ending from when you see aiko hang herself. Aiko is the guilt that does not allow Punpun to improve himself, while Punpun for Aiko is the help that she would have to find in herself. Okay before we get into anything else we have to first address the ending of the manga.
He thought it was selfish considering he has broke his promise to go to kagoshima with her and they hadn’t talked for a long time, 2 years actually. Anyways, have you read oyasumi punpun? When he talks to punpun he talks to that version he once knew while realising how much both of them have changed.
It’s your own fault. They later run off to several places with the intention of starting things over. You reap what you sow.
You can see in his dream in chapter that truly expresses Punpun’s true feelings towards Aiko. Remove from Favorites Add to Favorites. Strength through Unity, Unity through faith: So… Aiko-chan represents what Punpun tries to fight in his inner world every day, every time oyasumj every hour.
I just answered the question from the title. Subtextopolitan Yea lol I was planning on it as I want to be able to sleeo at night and not be kept up by the hauntingly sad ending of this.
And here I quote He pushes the idea but Aiko wants to tell her mom bye. They are simply obsessed with a childish love on which they have poured out all the discomforts of their existence, in two parallel but opposite ways:. punpnu
They both went to the same drivers ed coincidently so they talked afterwards and such. Punpun has to live, and not die. Anyways, the point I’m making is that Asano wanted the absolute worst ending.
Yuichi once said “you reap what you sow, but the important part is to be responsible for it. He has gone trough some similar stuff. But the worst can also mean the best. I hope you all are having a fantastic day today. After punpun ended Asano was interviewed he had said that he wanted to absolute worst ending for this manga.
Now while from first glance ounpun manga may have seemed very happy but are all of you missing the entire point of this manga?
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