I just finished reading what is currently available of Gantz, and to put it simply, I am amazed. What a great comic. Now then, I think the reason he chose to go back is because
a). He didn't want to revive the two girls he let die (He already had a girlfriend, and behaving around them would have been awkward), and
b). He went through so much shit, who wouldn't want to be done gantzing.
Only whiny fanboys bitch about his decision, cause they want him to fight some more, without realizing that that is what a normal person would do in such a situation. He escaped the horrors of Gantz, and soon he will probably have to face vampires or something, which is gonna be sweet. I dunno what's gonna happen, but I think Kurono made the right choice.
Wrong. I whine about his decision because it blatantly goes against his character. He promised before that he was going to revive Kishimoto. He also wanted to protect his team mates. So why the hell did he leave, especially considering he forgot Tae?
Originally Posted by MonkeyDLuffysj
coolerimmortal dose bring up a good point. It is true that Kurono has gone through a lot, but everything that he has been through has served to change his personality, he even became the leader even though he didn not want to. And no matter what, it is just very unlike a leader to leave his team behind.
Although the fact that he did not want to be the leader may have had a place in his decision, i find it hard to believe that this fact would make a big difference. If that would have made a difference he would have never fallen into a leadership position, he would have ended up like Nishi, well just not dead.
Damdamin Ko Masakit
Despite Kurono's relationship with Tae I don't think his character should have allowed him to leave so lightly without reviving Kishimoto and Sei because he even thought about them before reviving Nishi. His character wouldn't just forsake them because he's in a relationship with Tae so don't believe that is the case. That's why I really hate that he left also because I feel that he at least owes it to Sei to revive her because without her I don't think anyone of them would have survived the Budda mission.
oh well guess oku just didn't want them back into the story line. poor katou.
[quote="coolerimmortalWrong. I whine about his decision because it blatantly goes against his character. He promised before that he was going to revive Kishimoto. He also wanted to protect his team mates. So why the hell did he leave, especially considering he forgot Tae?[/quote]
Because he IS only human, he is not even the brave/heroic/ type person like Katou. (well, he was a selfish jerk b4 entering Gantz)
and as human, he MAY make a selfish-uncharacterally-wrongfully decision.
of course, the experience in Gantz changes him to be a bit..., well, alot better person, thats why he chose to revive Nishi (since Katou already beeen revived) to help his (former) teammates.
now the question is, will it be another bad decision?, since Nishi much more selfish asshole than the old Kurono was?