MoonRaven wrote:I don't understand Japanese so I don't know what that piece of interview says. But I am aware of what Tooru said to Shiho. Maybe since he has never met her properly before, he keeps his distance and acts 'professionally'. That wasn't really a time to tell 'hey, I'm your half-brother btw'.
From the Let's Talk with Gosho page on the DCW wiki:
"Amuro's dark skin color has a meaning.... Gosho declined to say whether Amuro's hair and skin color is natural, but mentioned his current hair color is supposed to be brown, not white
I guess his hair was, in fact, brown, when he was drawn on the Volume 76 character keyhole, and pretty much everyone misinterpreted it.
I suppose the meaning of his skin color relates to one parent (this would be his father, if Elena is his mother, as you theorize) or both parents. Beyond that, I can't really think of what it could mean.
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