Who is the MC for Medaka Box?
Zenkichi Hitoyoshi (人吉 善吉, Hitoyoshi Zenkichi) is the male protagonist of the series Medaka Box.
Does Medaka Box have powers?
Abilities. The End: Medaka is capable of learning Abnormalities and completely mastering them, to the extent that she can use them to 120% of their capability, becoming more skilled with them than even their original owners.
How many Medaka Box volumes are there?
The first volume was released on October 2nd, 2009, while the twenty-second and final volume was released on September 4th, 2013.
Does Kumagawa get all fiction back?
Kumagawa regains consciousness, revealing that All Fiction even undoes his own death.
Who is Tsurubami in Medaka Box?
Fukurou Tsurubami is an antagonist in the series Medaka Box . Prior to the start of the series, the Professor was the director of Hakoniwa General Hospital. He won the first Jet Black Wedding Feast, as one of Medaka Kurokami’s original suitors.
What is Tsurubami’s message to Medaka?
His message to Medaka is the promise to become a brother she can be proud of. Come April of the new school year, Tsurubami is present at the entrance ceremony for Zenkichi’s speech and the introduction of the new chair. He is stunned to see the academy’s new chairwoman is none other than Medaka.
What happened to Kotobuki and Tsurubami?
As Medaka is about to attack Kotobuki, she finds the babies are strapped to Kotobuki like a suit of armor, forcing her to pull back. Medaka kicks Kotobuki, sending a vibration that only harms her target and not the babies. With Kotobuki defeated, the group returns to their normal age, including their wounds. Tsurubami defeated by his father.
Is Kamome Tsurubami Fukurou son?
Kamome Tsurubami (鶴喰 鴎, Tsurubami Kamome) is a transfer student to Hakoniwa Academy, a freshman and later junior of Class 1. He is the son of Fukurou Tsurubami . Tsurubami dislikes Shōnen Jump, believing it too immature, and prefers Jump Square, though he becomes quickly flustered when Zenkichi Hitoyoshi asks him if he likes To Love-Ru Darkness.