The highlights of this chapter worth mentioning includes:
1) Raizel is so funny. And sad. Plus lonely. Definitely a nice person.
2) So is this arc all about what happened in the past between the traitors and Raizel? And how Frankenstein became Raizel’s servant? If so, it better be a good arc. I wanted to know what happened in this betrayal, but I sure hope that the atmosphere will lighten up a bit so that the comedic integrity remains strong throughout this tense and catastrophic event. Damn traitors.
3) Frankenstein hit it in the mark. Definitely a suspicious lot, those traitors.
4) Raizel forgetting such a thing. Frankenstein reacting about it. Priceless.
Nothing much to add. One more and I’ll be caught up, though.