Choujin X – Chp. 11

Title: Choujin X
Original Title: 超人X
Author: Sui Ishida
Artist: Sui Ishida

SYNOPSIS
Azuma Higashi is a rather popular boy. Although he may be somewhat small, he has good fighting skills, a strong sense of justice, and his grades are at the top of his class. This is the opposite of Tokio Kurohara, his friend who does not listen in class and is simply a bystander while Azuma fights. Nonetheless, these two childhood friends’ bond is strong, no matter how different they may be.
The two live in Yamato Prefecture, an incredibly ordinary district with some areas destroyed by Choujin. Choujin are humans with dangerous supernatural powers, often the cause of the surrounding destruction. Whilst on their way back home, Tokio and Azuma encounter a Choujin, who threatens to kill them. Having no chance of escape, Tokio and Azuma make a crucial decision: to become Choujin.
With these new powers acquired, Tokio can no longer be the bystander he once was, now entrapped in a world where fighting is unavoidable.
(from MyAnimeList)

DISCLAIMER! This is the review of the 11th chapter of this manga. By being a review of a single chapter it can contain various SPOILERS. Read at your discretion.

Tokio really made me laugh at the beginning of the chapter… and the sheepmen are back! I was wondering if they were only something to introduce Ely or if they will be back into the story.

We get to know something more about the baseball guy’s family and we see they are not doing so well as they have to deal with debt collectors. I wonder if this is also due to the end of their brother’s career or if it was something they were already in.

…and I’m totally confused by that ending!

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