>>3587881>Their thoughts and feelings didn't appear from thin air they must have come from somewhere.
That still doesn't make them Vergil. Vergil is the whole, you seem to like maths so I'll put it in those terms Urizen + V = Vergil, therefore V=/= Vergil>Admits it to himself in the first chapter just before he splits and it's the whole fucking reason he splits up (pic related)
what are you trying to show? In the caps you posted he has none of the humility of V candidly admitting that he also wanted to ask for help to the boy in the shop>Vergil's character development at the end of the game = V's journey + Bringing up his past
This still doesn't give credence to your argument that VoV should've just been just Vergil doing whatever he did way back when. We already know from the game that he thought his mother didn't look for him and that's the major beat of his development regarding his past so pray tell what would have been your ideal Visions of V? Nothing vague like Vergil's past, I want to know what exactly you would have wanted focus on.
Look, I get that you're a Vergil fag, I'm a Vergil fag too, I'd always be happy for him to get more content, but Visions of, and I need to stress this next word, V was always going to be about V. You were only kidding yourself if you thought otherwise. Whether a V manga was the right path for Capcom to take comes down to your opinions but what's done is done.