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Oh look, it’s Serika Onoe as Takuru Miyashiro is experiencing hallucinations inside his head. Of course, she told him not to give up on what he started regarding the New Generation Madness murders! Advertisements
This is the penultimate episode and while this post only have a few pictures, I’m gonna explain some new developments right away. It turns out that Serika Onoe killed Takuru Miyashiro’s parents right after she was born from his imagination. … Continue reading
Looks like both Serika Onoe and Takuru Miyashiro are having the time of their lives! But then again, everyone thinks that Takuru is crazy that he has an imaginary friend. Yeah, it was created because Takuru’s parents neglect him due … Continue reading
Here’s Senri Minamisawa or should I say Nono Kurusu as she confronts one of the masterminds behind the New Generation Madness murders…
This is a story of Senri Minamisawa, an introverted girl who wanted to make friends and thus went to AH Tokyo General Hospital because her mother recommended it. By the way, Senri’s mother is linked to a cult organization which … Continue reading
Here’s Takeshi Shinjou as he and his colleagues have witnessed a corpse that’s related to the New Generation Madness murders.
Here’s Mio Kunosato as she’s concerned about Uki Yamazoe’s disappearance, as well as countless patients from the AH Tokyo General Hospital in which she wanted to check on their brains to see if they have significant changes. However, it could … Continue reading
Oh look, Hinae Arimura is here to ask questions on the previous episode when Takuru Miyashiro and his club-mates went to AH Tokyo General Hospital and investigate there! On the other hand, Hinae Arimura suspects Takuru Miyashiro that he has … Continue reading
Well guys and girls, Takuru Miyashiro and his friends are sneaking to an abandoned hospital, because they think that the building has some answers related to the New Generation Madness. Honestly though, it’s a bad idea to sneak there as … Continue reading