Kim might have a slight grudge against someone...
I’d say that she most definitely has a grudge.
Oops… someone wouldn’t be so happy to hear the truth about Kat…
When I once was in a bicycle accident (my helmet probably saved me from brain damage, it was a pretty brutal collision), after I’d come to and the eyewitnesses were taking care of me, I called my dad to come pick me and my bike up. I was laughing shakily all through the phonecall, so that my dad thought I was drunk – laughing is definitely my shock reaction. It could easily be Kleya’s too.
Kleya doesn’t care about the world, she doesn’t care about other people and she doesn’t care about making the world a better place. All she cares about is being loved (or at least, not hated) and she’s trying to accomplish that the only way she knows how: by doing the opposite of the things she did before. “Atonement” is not in her vocabulary.
I agree just because you win a game that doesn’t make you a hero. A hero is some one who changes the world for the better and helps people out of the kindness of their heart
Seems like Jake is starting to figure out what goes on in Kleya’s head. After all that thinking about it a few pages back, when he was afraid to ask. Maybe he needed some other perspective on it.
Btw, when will we learn her real name? Jake must know it, but I don’t remember him ever mentioning it.
Somehow Jake needs to urgently tell Kleya of the hypothesis that anything related to the cyborg’s parents stirs up the virus. He could tell the whole group this to prevent her flat out ignoring him, but that would risk widespread knowledge about the virus. He could mention Kleya’s real name right now (hint, hint, nudge, nudge; just joking, back to seriousness …) to make the virus flag this conversation, with Jake hoping that it would inform Kleya about the conversation’s contents; but that is a huge risk. I wonder if Dr Grace is going to confront her.
Wow, just wow! I never considered that… If D is the virus and is an AI, then that would mean that D could be two-faced… D could be programmed to be Kleya’s servant/friend that also has another virus-like goal that it is hiding from Kleya.
“There’s not enough words to describe how much I’d kill her myself.” Either this is a typo, or Kimi believes that there are degrees of how much you can kill someone. Saying “There’s not enough words to describe how much I’d LIKE TO kill her myself” would make more sense.
Actually, that’s an internet way of saying the same. “I’d kill her dead” would be another similar phrase, as would be “I’d kill her a lot”. Whether this was the intention, I don’t know, but it didn’t read oddly to me at least.
Yes, but as far as I’ve noticed Kimi has been speaking proper English up until that panel. Lol, I was actually thinking about The Princess Bride when I made that last comment. XD
There are different degrees of dead. Just watch The Princess Bride.
Am I the only one who really wants Kleya to become evil again??
Again!? She is still evil! World domination dressed differently! I feel you dude!
I dont get it… why does everyone get this idia of kat. looking at her flashbacks, she had nothing to do with the badguys and was compleatly tarafied during that time. if she was laughing she was probly using her cybernetics to compleatly leave the world temporarialy.
Heck, maybe she was playing the Game, but something malfunctioned and she ended up going through the motions in real life?
I think she did do all this on her own free will but she never ment for it to go this far she didn’t know that it was bad to hack because her dad told her it was good and after she hacked into he system she didn’t have any control over what she hacked she probably didn’t tell the robots to go blow up every thing she loved
Hmm I seriously wonder if Kat really did kill her mother and how much it really is that she and other’s think she did assuming of course its not survivor’s guilt of course.
I also wonder how much of she’s accused of is really her fault and how much was really the actions of a certain corporation that now basically controls everything.
Wow such a loyal friend :l. Also the part about about her laughing as she killed her mother ruins my theory unless she was miss informed
We had that flashback already. Jake, and someone – quite possibly Kim – were seeing the events on TV. They weren’t firsthand witnesses to what really happened. And that leaves a lot of room for possible misunderstandings.