Goddammit, why did I read that when I knew I was in for a cliffhanger with the finale right around the corner? Now I have to suffer for another month or more.
It’s hard not to be frustrated with Vesa this chapter, but at the same token it’s easy to see why he’s such a mess. He’s under a ton of stress, and nothing’s quite adding up. It makes sense he’d doubt what he’s seeing now that the impossible’s happened numerous times.
Speaking of the impossible, it feels great to see the angels finally go all-out with their powers. Since we’re usually locked into their points of view, watching them struggle, it never quite came across how inhuman they were. The chapter illustration emphasizes it: they’re strong and ancient powers, and boy, are they mad.