As documented on the forum and as all know by now, Japan is the victim of an unprecedented natural disaster. There are many victims and unfortunately the situation is all still to be defined. If you follow our team, like us, you are a fan of many artists Nipponese who are experiencing this dramatic situation firsthand. E 'unnecessary stop and talk of the likely failure to issue a new manga or OVA, surely we can wait. It 'also certain that, in our small, we can give some contribution. As soon as the machine will turn on humanitarian, we invite you all to donate to help Japan, home to many friends.
Also as soon as we secure information about our manga, we'll know in future updates of this article.
The Shiori Teshirogi updated his blog / journal, so it's good. For now, we report a summary:
The Shiori is safe. It 'been a terrible experience, his hometown has been hit badly, received confirmation from an old friend.
The situation is still uncertain and calls for many people to help with all of the donations, leaving even the references.
It 'important to restart and rebuild.
Do not bring himself to say more for now.
In this article, thanks to the fundamental contribution of Guren , we want to treat the logical continuity between the events on those in Lost Canvas and Next Dimension. rispetto al patto di credulità e che non vada a collidere con il concetto di causalità ; pertanto non toccheremo la continuity commerciale, la cui validità è decisa, a prescindere da tutto, da Kurumada che per il momento si è espresso dichiarando Next Dimension quale sequel ufficiale del Manga Classico e Lost Canvas quale prequel ufficiale. Please note that by continuity we mean the logical sequence of events in a coherent, plausible than the pact and that credulity is not going to collide with the concept of causality, so do not touch the continuity of trade, whose validity is determined, no matter what by Kurumada that for the time being is expressed by declaring the official sequel to which Next Dimension Classic Manga and Lost Canvas as official prequel. Another explanation is that, of course, the considerations set forth herein are based on what we know of the two works until such time as the article itself was written and may not be considered as absolute truths.
We depart from this pattern limited to:
Timelines have been formulated based on the sci-fi concept of time travel and the theory of multi-universe.
Line A chronicle of the events of Lost Canvas, is the most likely and natural course of events as there are suggested by Manga Classic: a war between Athena and Hades in the 700 that saw the victory of the goddess. In this way are consistent with both the '500 and Hakurei Sage, is the 900 that we know well and with Shion Dohko survivors.
del ritorno di Saori, dovrebbe rappresentare una sorta di linea temporale alternativa dove l'Athena nel '700 non esiste o non si è ancora manifestata. Line B, Next Dimension chronology of events before the return of Saori, should be a sort of alternate timeline where the Athena in 700 does not exist or you are not yet apparent. Because of this absence to the outbreak of the Holy War, it is obvious to assume that the Saint would never be able to defeat Hades. Without Athena, Hades would win easily and become the domain of the god of the earth, then the future of this line, namely the 900, certainly that can not be described in the classic Manga.
Goes without saying that the line B can not be regarded as the main one, but by virtue of the fact that Saori go back in time from Line A in this alternate dimension (Next Dimension, as the name itself) becomes the cause of a time lag In other words it creates a kind of altered 700, shown as line C, which then develop in the future we will see real, ie a 900 where Seiya somehow saves.
To discuss any evidence for or against this scheme you should participate in the topic concerning the forum so that we can offer a more updated version of the same and correct.
The credits for the scheme and considerations go to Guren , which have been enriched by all the fans who attended the discussion .
The work of Saint Seiya: Lost Canvas is published in many parts of the world for years, but the question about the main antagonist's name is still open and creates confusion. In this article we will analyze the transcripts of the major conspiracy behind the name and try to explain the various cognitive processes that led to the choice of the name Aaron by our group.