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One Punch Man Chapter 91: "Rover"

Discussion in 'One Punch Man' started by Dustfinger, May 3, 2018.

  1. Dustfinger

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    This was a good chapter. :D
     
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    I really hope that the "talk" Garou is going to have with Gyoro-Gyoro is going to conclude this back and forth between the MA and Garou. It starts to drag.
    We've seen Garou grow in power by a lot.
    Overgrown Rover just introduced to us how powerful the Dragon levels of the MA are, something we kinda needed to know.
    We know both the HA's and the MA's plans by now and Saitama and his group are set up, too; more or less that is.

    Seeing Garou trash monsters and help the kid is nice and all, but it could really come to an end now.
    Though the set up against Gyoro indicates something like this, as Gyoro is the kind of enemy Garou is at a real disadvantage at.
     
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    Am I being unrealistic? I think Garou will be a disciple of Saitama.

    Garou just want to kill heroes but slightly want to be a monster, he still has some human qualities. His pride knew that when he became a monster his strength will be unnatural, but because he wants to be a super human without enhancement from any power giving material, he won't accept an offer to be a monster. He wants to prove Fang that he's better. Being a monster will be a hindrance to his goal.
     
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    The text in bold is something I've also been expecting since Garou first appeared in the manga. He's the perfect anti-hero to take over Saitama's mantle; one being he does not like villains at all and two he doesn't hate heroes but he also doesn't take them seriously or at the very least has no regards for them. He doesn't hate them but will defend himself against them if they throw the first punch.
     
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    Why would Garou become Saitama's disciple?
    Saitama can teach nobody anything, that is the joke of his and Genos relationship. Garou wouldn't gain anything from being taught by Saitama. Not to mention that Saitama doesn't want disciple and can't teach anything, because he doesn't know anything about fighting; nor does Garou want a teacher.

    The only thing Saitama might be able to do for Garou would be to fight him at a point where Garou is strong enough to stand up for a few moments, allowing Garou to possibly break his limiter. Though that is not teaching nor a master-disciple-relationship.

    Garou's change in mind about the nature of monster, or at least the monster he's currentely facing (as looking at monsters = bad and heroes = good doesn't work), is already in progress and defenitely not triggered by Saitama either. It was triggered by his relation to Tareo and the way the Monster Association acts.
    So you can't apply the concept in this regard either.

    They're a foil to each other, paralleling how two characters with similiar traits can turn out, if put in different starting circumstances.
     
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