A potential bad ending to Claymore?

If you already knew about this and are screaming bloody murder, you’re not the only one. But it seems like from the Newtype magazine Japan, that Madhouse will come up with an ending to Claymore. From what I’ve read on the “Claymore Fans” Live Journal site, I don’t know if this will turn into a bad ending (all the commenters basically said “yes it will”), but again from what I’ve read and “in my worse nightmares” that seems to be a distinctive possibility now. I’ll provide you with the link next but be warned, read from the top very slowly if you don’t want to be spoiled – the author said do not click the cut in capital letters but I didn’t see the cut button anywhere (stupid browser) and I read it. I’m just issuing a warning, that’s all. Anyway read slowly if you don’t want to know what’s coming up in episode 23. Source: http://community.livejournal.com/claymore_fans/37815.html


If you want to see the Japanese Newtype page where everything from episode 20 to 23 is listed in Japanese: http://pc.webnt.jp/anime/detail0023100807.html


So there’s a reason to read the manga and see the story unfold as the author intended. Strangely, this event kind of reminds me of Lord of the Rings – the books VS the movies.


HERE’S a minor SPOILER for Lord of the Rings movie 3 :


Gandolf’s staff gets broken by the King of Wraiths.




Let’s hope at least they know how to end the show OK.

3 thoughts on “A potential bad ending to Claymore?

  1. I haven’t read the manga but I’m already a bit spoiled about it.

    Still, I’m willing to give Madhouse a chance. Madhouse has been doing a good job and I really hope that, even if they toss in original twists and elements to provide some sort of “closure”, they won’t stray too much from the feel that their work has carried thus far.

    Only after it’s all gone shall I turn back to the manga and see how well it fits with the equivalent part of the ongoing series.

  2. XXX – well, you’re right about Madhouse – they’re usually pretty good with endings, so I guess it’s not time to despair yet.

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