I already made another post about it but i was too excited to see Spinner again that I didn't notice a crucial detail.
I was looking too much at his eyes instead of his whole face. This is not a sad, worried, scared expression.
This is a sad smile. If you look closer you can notice the thin line of his mouth.
This happens right after Dabi refuses the quirk from AFO, and during Spinner's little internal monologue about how Dabi can't be taken down easily because he is strong and has a clear goal in his mind, unlike himself who has to resort to a quirk from a man he doesn't trust just to support Shigaraki.
Today’s chapter features Mina being pretty while someone flips her vengeance switch,
Bakugo being pretty while his faith in his classmate pays off,
Shoji being pretty while he expresses how proud he is of Todoroki,
and Iida losing his glasses to be pretty while supporting a spent Todoroki, who for once is taking a short break from being pretty. Just, give him a moment, it won’t last.
I guess everyone had to pull a little extra weight to keep up the general attractiveness quota since Todoroki was so busy.
So uh. Being Spinner. Hi. I'm allowed to judge him. Spinner you dumb fuck what the hell man
[Some mild manga spoilers for 20th century boys if you haven’t finished the first arc]
Ok so I know that Otcho’s gone through some real tough stuff in life but everytime I rmb that he’s the same age as Kenji and Yukiji and co I crack up because it’s like
as goofy kids they looked like this right
and then as kinda young adults
and then after the ~15 yr time skip Kenji is looking like (and literally being) your resident homeless musician uncle…while Otcho turns into your grandpa??!?
(A terrifying jail-escaping ass-kicking grandpa, but still)
Since Dabi's officially been arrested i better get sexy joker style interrogations and hot prison bitch Dabi arc
Spinner is really Shigaraki's most loyal follower and friend because he really let All For washing-your-hands-is-gay One touch his face like that.
This image of Aoyama feeling sick on the way to training camp really hits different now.
He knew what was gonna happen, and he heard everyone on the bus have fun and talk about how excited they were, knowing he was the reason they would be hurt.
People who think Dazai is going to actually kill Chuuya not only underestimate Soukoku, but also underestimate Fydoor a lot.
Do y'all really think that Fydoor ONLY choose Chuuya as his asset because of his strenght? Because if you think thats the case, you are wrong.
Fydoor choose Chuuya because he is smart enough to detect the emotional impact our redhead has on Dazai.
Just look at Dazai's words when he realizes Fydoor is using Chuuya. He even calls him a bastard for this.
Because this "despicable card" is not just for Fydoor to have physcial power over him, but also to mentally and emotionally toll with Dazai.
Fydoor knows that Dazai will prioritize Chuuya over escaping the prision. Lets not forget that Dazai has prioritized Chuuya over a mission mulitple times.
A clear example of this is in Stormbringer:
Inside Dazai's head, he was planning a procedure to swith to an alternative plan in case Chuuya refused, at a tremendous speed.
Yes...while the whole world was in mortal danger Dazai still took his time to prioritize his partners wellbeing whille trying to come up with another plan that wouldn't affect Chuuya.
Also I just know that if Chuuya wasn't that much of an important person to Dazai, the brunnete would've exploited Chuuya's powers long ago just to get a mission over with.
But he doesn't exploit him. Not only because Dazai cares. But also because they are both equals to one another.
With all this being said, Fydoor is using Chuuya as a possible distraction for Dazai.
Now that Chuuya is a vampire, its likely that Dazai wants to find a way to change him back to normal so that he will no longer be in Fydoor's clutches. (It would also be benificial to Dazai since Chuuya will be on his side if he does turn back to normal.)
With that being said, I think its highly likely that Dazai's current plan is to turn Chuuya back into a human.
Dazai didn't just trap Chuuya and Fydoor there to drown them. He trapped them there to trigger something in Chuuya and make him human again.
And I think its working! Look at Chuuya's eyes in the first pannel and Chuuya's eyes on the second one.
I can't be the only one who is able to spot the difference here. Chuuya's face looks significantly human in the 2nd picture.
Dazai doesn't genuienly want to kill Chuuya. I think that Dazai most likely knew that keeping him confined in that place while triggering Chuuya's emotions with memories of his friendship would make him turn back to normal.
And the only way Chuuya can get out of that confined area is by using corruption. And we all know how both Dazai and Chuuya feel about using corruption so I think thats why Dazai is very apolagetic about all this.
Take note of Dazai's choice of words here: "Its unfortunate that it had to come to this" isn't that a wierd way of wording a goodbye to a friend? I think if Dazai was being genuiene over Chuuya dying then he would say that its a shame that it had to end that way.
But it won't. It won't end. Atleast not yet. Dazai is just sorry that Chuuya is trapped in a situation where he has no choice but to use corruption.
All in all, this whole situation will change their dynamic a lot. Especially now that Dazai was more verbally vulnerable about his dynamic with Chuuya than he has ever been throughout the story.
I cannot wait for the next chapter to see what will happen! Lets keep trusting soukokus partnership and know that these two will get through this one.