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Godspeed


Alt Names: alt ゴッドスピードalt 갓스피드alt God Speedalt GODSPEED
Author: Takabatake Enaga
Artist: Takabatake Enaga
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureEcchi EcchiFantasy FantasySeinen SeinenSupernatural SupernaturalTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: Akira is one of the children living in the special walled Sanctuary where they are looked after by the Angels. They are told that they need to stay inside the Sanctuary for their own protection or Demons will eat them. When they turn 14, they are taken through a special door which supposedly leads to paradise, but the children who enter paradise are never seen again...
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112 Comments

It's not fair.

It saddens me to know that an author had to axe his manga because of his death

 

this is one of the funniest and stupidest things i've ever read.

rip didnt expect the feel train to stop by for this one

It saddens me to know that an author had to axe his manga because of his death

Uh? Godspeed ended a long time ago, axed for dsome other reason or a short work from conception, this author is good but did few manga, maybe he was ill often.

Anyway is really a pity, is art was unique, he deserved more.....

cough cough kaze no stigma...sad

It saddens me to know that an author had to axe his manga because of his death

Rest in peace... 

OMG noooo. 29 is way too young.

 

I really enjoyed his (or her) art style.

God, it's Fujiwara Coco all over again.

If you like this you should check out The Promised Neverland, similar in many regards.

Bravo author, we wish you peace.

 

OMG noooo. 29 is way too young.

 

I really enjoyed his (or her) art style.

Thank you author of godspeed, im pray may you rest in peace...

Unfortunate... may he rest in peace.

This was pretty good and concise.  Thank you author.  rest in peace.  

Damn, it always hurts when the author of a series I like passes away. This made me remember kaze no stigma and zero no tsukaima.

The fact that i'll never get to see another anime of KnS or find out how it really ends still hurts until now. Another author who passed away was the author of hetakoi, a really good ecchi romcom manga.

Damn, it always hurts when the author of a series I like passes away. This made me remember kaze no stigma and zero no tsukaima.

In essence: Japanese readers have shit taste, but every once in a blue moon they find a real diamond in the rough that then gets published and released... and some true gems get left behind the axed status. something like that?

Much of the content that Americans consume also follow this standard. You are shoehorning a race into species wide trait.

Honestly, this story is amazing. I wasn't expecting much from the cover image and the ecchi tag, but... Wow. This is at least a 9/10, and even though it's short it doesn't feel unnaturally rushed. I just wish we got to see more of the demons...

Man, this guy really knows how to hype things up. It's a shame that it's such a short story.

Am I the only one rooting for Amalda here?

For what it's worth this series wasn't axed, it was one of the most popular series in the magazine when it was running and got color pages up until the penultimate chapter (chapter 9). The author just doesn't do long stuff, this is actually their longest work at two volumes.

I've always noticed that the most interesting manga I've read are axed. Yet many manga that keep continuing have the same genres in common, whether that be battles/sport/harem (those are the main big ones I've seen). If axing a manga depends heavily on viewer questionnaires (I'm basing this from info in Bakuman) then the japanese audience has no idea what's truly good and what's the same as the rest 

In essence: Japanese readers have shit taste, but every once in a blue moon they find a real diamond in the rough that then gets published and released... and some true gems get left behind the axed status. something like that?

seems like it. 

 

why do the interesting ones get canned

I've always noticed that the most interesting manga I've read are axed. Yet many manga that keep continuing have the same genres in common, whether that be battles/sport/harem (those are the main big ones I've seen). If axing a manga depends heavily on viewer questionnaires (I'm basing this from info in Bakuman) then the japanese audience has no idea what's truly good and what's the same as the rest 

Seems that the end is near right?

seems like it. 

 

why do the interesting ones get canned


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