Parasyte - Wikipedia
Read the topic about Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu Episode 14 Discussion -The ending was forced and didn't coincide with Shinichi's character. . giving up his relationship, I think at this moment he still has some humanity left. Ending Song, It's The Right Time (1st Version) The Selfish Gene (利己的な 遺伝子, Rikoteki na Idenshi) is the 14th episode of the Parasyte -the maxim- (寄生 獣. The closest thing we get to him confiding in her is in the last episode when Urugami I found that Parasyte is more than their relationship and that it doesn't matter Re-watch the ending bro, migi saves her life, now she probably knows. I just started watching the other day and am about 14 episodes in.
Subsequently, he uses his authority to set up safehouses where the Parasites can safely kill and eat their victims in secret. After Shinichi and Migi disrupt the operation of one of these facilities, Hirokawa targets them for elimination. Eventually, he and most of the Parasites comprising his organization are killed by a police taskforce once their plans are uncovered by the authorities.
After staying for a while, he left to have the final confrontation with Gotou. Parasites[ edit ] The antagonists of the series. The Parasites are creatures of unknown origin which start off as worm-like creatures that instinctively enter the body of the nearest life form and travel to the brain to completely assimilate it while destroying the host's identity in the process.
From there, using the vital organs of the host bodies to survive, the Parasites would be driven with a need to kill humans and Parasites with failed host bodies. After assimilating their host, Parasites exhibit a variety of abilities that make them dangerous adversaries: In general, Parasite intelligence is comparable to humans, though their thought process is strictly rational and cold, with very little emotion.
They are also capable of learning extremely quickly depending on their environment - Migi, for example, mastered Japanese after one night of reading books on the subject.
While most Parasites initially acted alone, causing a chain of multiple grisly deaths coined the "mincemeat murders", they eventually form groups for safety in numbers. By the time of the final chapter, Shinichi speculating that they might have been created as an evolutionary countermeasure to humans, the surviving Parasites are assumed to have gone into hiding and adopt themselves further into human society to keep their activities to a minimum.
Unlike most of her kind, she is motivated by scientific inclinations with a drive to understand her kind's biology, origin, and purpose. She learned that she is pregnant with a normal human infant as a consequence of being impregnated by Mr. A, deeming it interesting while forced to quit to avoid unwanted attention resulting from it. Though she intended to kill Shinichi soon after, she lets him and Migi live unmolested largely because she finds them an interesting anomaly worthy of study.
She eventually gives birth to Mr. A's baby and later kills three of her fellow Parasites when they deemed her actions with a hired detective a threat to their plans. It was after Reiko killed the maddened detective to save her child that she allowed the police to brutally gun her down in a park instead of trying to resist or escape. The baby survives because of her protection and decision not to fight back against or run away from the police. Tamura is portrayed by Eri Fukatsu in the film.
B B Voiced by: To his surprise, Migi kills him on the pretense that relocation is too risky to try.
When first introduced, he or rather, his host body fathers a child with Reiko as part of the latter's experiment. Described by Migi as "not one of our smart ones" and called a fool by Reiko, Mr.
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A is extremely impulsive and animalistic. He has little capacity for caution or forethought to the point of killing numerous people without hesitation in front of witnesses.
Shinichi is forced to battle Mr. A when he attempts to hunt Shinichi down and kill him at school. Though Shinichi and Migi mortally wound him, they are forced to flee before they can kill him. A attempts to find Reiko to transfer himself to her body and survive, but she rigs the room to explode to completely destroy him to preserve her human cover.
Hideo enrolls in Shinichi's high school on Reiko's suggestion and expresses a desire to become friends with Shinichi, who does not trust him.
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Although Hideo is a relatively peaceful Parasite, he has no qualms about brutalizing or even killing bullies who try to start fights with him, and he continues to hunt humans despite claiming to be learning to eat like a person.
But when Yuko uncovered his secret and confronts him about it, Hideo ends up being exposed to paint-thinner during the confrontation as Yuko manages to escape. The paint-thinner's chemical make-up disrupts Hideo's Parasite cells, causing him to go on an involuntary killing spree across the school.
He is killed after he escapes to the roof, when Shinichi, using Migi to enhance his right arm's strength, throws a well-aimed stone through his chest, destroying his heart. Shimada is played by Masahiro Higashide in the film. His host body contains 4 additional Parasites that are completely under his control.
Since most of his body mass is parasite tissue, he can achieve feats of strength and agility far in excess of normal parasite hosts and render nearly every inch of his skin impervious to gunfire and edged weapons. Despite being one of the more intelligent of his kind, Gotou is also one of the most brutal and aggressive.
Whereas most Parasites kill solely to feed or terminate immediate threats, he often hunts humans for sport and sadistically toys with those who become his prey. Nevertheless, Gotou does possess his own peculiar code of honor as seen when he commends opponents for getting past his defenses and refrains from attacking Shinichi while Migi rests. After Shinichi and Migi attack one of the syndicate's "dining areas", Gotou is tasked with eliminating them.
During their first confrontation, he easily overwhelms the two but they manage to withstand his attacks long enough to escape. Later, when the syndicate is destroyed in an SAT operation, Gotou singlehandedly wipes out the attacking police force before targeting Shinichi and Migi once again.
In their ensuing rematch, Gotou absorbs Migi after the latter sacrifices himself so Shinichi can retreat. As a result, Gotou loses control of the other Parasites within his body thereby enabling Migi to break free and help Shinichi finally defeat him.
Three trees Voiced by: Similar to "Migi", Miki's default position in the body is the right arm. His name has an additional meaning, which means "Three trees", referencing how he is only able to manipulate 3 Parasites in the body including himself when he takes the head position.
Unlike other Parasites, Miki has learned to show emotions just like humans. As Kusano's doubts about Reiko increase, he attempts to assassinate her with help from Maesawa and Hikawa. But his underestimation of Reiko's abilities results in the death of himself and his conspirators. Names in Tokyopop publication[ edit ] In the Tokyopop publication the main character's name was Shin and his hand was called "Lefty", as the image had been flipped to read left to right.
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Mindwin made good points about this and why our current definition don't include them - although I think we would adapt it so that they mach it. The human bodys may be brain dead but they still have traits of life See Wikipedia: Still need nutrients - human flesh or regular food Growth: We can't be sure here but there is no reason why a child's body should stop growing after be infected by a Parasyste maybe the Parasyte could stop growth by not mimic the thyroid but still the human body is able to grow.
At least we know, that the human body will grow old and die.Parasyte: Season 1 - Episode 13 REACTION "RELATIONSHIP BS"