HEAVY OBJECT:Volume7 Afterword
Volume 7! Whether you bought them one at a time or all at once, hello.
This is Kamachi Kazuma.
The story began with a wrong number. When you receive a threatening call from an unknown kidnapper, how far will you go for a complete stranger!? It began that way, but Quenser and the others demonstrated how far from the standard they are by how everything spiraled out of control once they got involved. It comes back to the fact that they normally handle wars rather than incidents.
This time, I narrowed the focus down to Oceania. As you would know from reading Volume 1, the Oceanian military nation’s Generation 0.5 was a deteriorated version of the Rush piloted by the Information Alliance’s “oh ho ho”. The core of this story is found in the question of who brought that classified information to Oceania. If you recall where the Information Alliance’s home country is, you might realize it would be a relatively easy task for “them”.
The enemy was the MIB. That mysterious organization often appears in urban legends related to UFOs. In this series, they do not handle UFOs and aliens. Instead, they are in control of the secrets of Objects and the reason behind the destruction of the world map. Well, it’s very like this series to not let anything be so simple. Objects are the greatest “foreign element” in this series, so I wrote this thinking they would be a good bet as for who would have the secrets behind Objects. What did you think?
I must thank my illustrator, Nagi Ryou-san, and my editors, Miki-san, Onodera-san, and Anan-san. It may have been more difficult to handle a story filled with large crowds than one with Objects. I apologize for all the trouble I put them through.
I would also like to thank the readers. I created this series primarily to provide the simple sense of exhilaration of slaying a giant foe, but your acceptance of it has given me great opportunity that I cannot put into words. I will try my hand at various things from here on out, so please continue your support.
And I will end this here.
I hope this book will remain in your heart in some way.
Things have finally settled down in Oceania…