Nemomon wrote:But that might happen after a long while when people partially will forget about that.
Not "forget," more like, "the gap between these references and direct connections between scenes was so long, it seemed that the author forgot about it." With DC and its pacing, it's mostly a question of just when Gosho will get to something, not if... but, again, by the time we find out just when
is, it'll be seen as too late.
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