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Days: 39.0
Mean Score: 7.76
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Dragon Ball Super
Dragon Ball Super
11 hours ago
Watching 94/131 · Scored 9
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
12 hours ago
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Boku no Kanojo ga Majimesugiru Sho-bitch na Ken OVA
Boku no Kanojo ga Majimesugiru Sho-bitch na Ken OVA
Today, 3:33 AM
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Denpa Kyoushi
Denpa Kyoushi
Jan 3, 7:18 PM
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School Rumble Z
School Rumble Z
Jan 1, 4:24 AM
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School Rumble
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Arcane7 Jan 5, 11:08 PM
Oh yeah. The novel is finished. And it is much much longer than manga. In fact manga is just a the 3d or 4th book while there are ~25 of them.
I would recommend reading the novel - it is much better as well.
Arcane7 Jan 1, 3:16 PM
Yup I feel like here character development and the story is the best out of all of them. Roxy story started great but ended up damsel-in-distress type of story and that was it. Sylphy story was also pretty good tho.
Did you finish all the books?
Arcane7 Dec 31, 2018 9:43 PM
Who would you choose :D I am team Eris
TheBigGuy Dec 23, 2018 3:58 PM
Cool. I've read the manga until chapter 31.

That's true, unfortunately.

Yep. Especially the person, who wrote this, should learn it.

"Goblin Slayer is irrelevant now because of the reasons I have been saying since the start. Hardly anyone gives a shit except for the hardcore fans. Look at the activity here and on Reddit for Goblin Slayer, its dropped so much."
TheBigGuy Dec 23, 2018 6:55 AM
I'm positive that they will.

Do you know Rise of the Shield Hero? Some of the trolls (or should I say goblins) of the GS forum have migrated to its forum to talk shit about it before it even started airing.
TheBigGuy Dec 23, 2018 12:16 AM
I think, that it was pretty good. How he convinced the other adventurers to support him and his talk about not being allowed to die was nice. The fight against the horde was portrayed well. Only that they cut the scene with the meat shields short took away a bit from it, but it's understandable that it was done this way.

That Cow Girl refused to escape was stupid of her. On the other hand, if the livestock were to be killed, she would be penniless and a miserable life would await her either way. Plus, like she said, it would rob GS of his place to return to.
Atlas77 Dec 21, 2018 3:29 PM
Totally right
link9us Dec 10, 2018 1:37 PM
So how did you like FMA B?
TheFolkius Dec 8, 2018 9:02 PM
We get along well with them, heh.
Atlas77 Dec 4, 2018 7:49 PM
Absolutely true, the kind of character that makes a story interesting. Also, Goblin Slayer is doing good.
TheBigGuy Dec 1, 2018 7:09 PM
Nice. I see.

I'm finally done with moving. Watched Xuan Yuan Sword Luminary earlier and now I'm watching a movie on Netflix.
TheBigGuy Dec 1, 2018 1:42 PM
You're welcome. Don't sweat it. :)

I see. Okay.

How are you doing?
TheBigGuy Dec 1, 2018 11:24 AM
Happy Birthday!

link9us Nov 26, 2018 6:21 PM
Yeah one piece has just absolutely been on fire lately and we are finally getting an arc, that oda has been anticipating and teasing us so much along the way in interviews and things and he's been wanting to draw since he began the series. Also not to spoil anything but its kind of a throw back to his teacher and mentor "Watsuki" the author of the Rurouni Kenshin manga. Not sure if you knew but ODA used to be his apprentice way back in the day when he created RK. Watsuki was ODA's sempai or teacher.

In any case this arc is probably considered a true game changer arc in terms of the story and so far its been amazing. Yet its still not the final arc of the story. Pretty crazy. Another great think is oda pulls alot of inspiration from many other mangaka and historical films/movies and things like. Specifically with this current arc, hes referenced naruto, dragonball, Rurouni Kenshin, and many other historical films and things that i don't want to spoil.

I think in terms of how long one piece is, most shonen's have like one major large scale conflict in each story. But one piece may have several before the story ends. With 80% supposedly finished, its never been a better time to jump in and see how this juggernaut of a series will finally conclude.
link9us Nov 25, 2018 2:41 AM
Yeah you definitely owe it to your self if your a shonen fan. Yeah one of the distinct things that sets one piece apart from other shonen series and probably the reason why its considered the most popular manga in japan is because the author knows full well where the story is heading. He is not only ambitious but has full commitment to his story and that is why it has remained consistent for so many years and i can't say the same about other large shonen works. (IE fairy tail, naruto, bleach) one by one they all ran into their own problems down the line and even in the case of some authors like hiro mashima felt like he lost his drive to continue writing a good story. This is something that is never going to happen with one piece because the author is very motivated to see his work to the end with a satisfying resolution.

It also shows quite heavily in the story, his attention to detail and foreshadowing is just unbelievable and this is something that alot of shonen authors have apparently failed at. There is just these moments in a story where you feel like "where the hell did that come from" or the series is derailing into a whole different direction. But i think that is why one piece remains a top tier shonen in alot of people's eyes because certain story points or subtle things that are hinted hundreds of episodes ago, become cohesively connected in a large way and could potentially become large plot developments. Its like this man had rough drafts of the entire plot line lying around, even way back when he first started the series 20+ years ago. Its crazy, i mean i have never seen a shonen mangaka create a story that connects all the dots from beginning, middle and end in such a flawless way. Also i think one piece have probably some of the largest set piece moments and scale for a final arc, probably surpassing any other shonen out there. So i look forward to that "FINAL ARC" that he has always had in his mind since he began the series.

About FMAB, yeah that is another phenomenal series and probably what i would consider the absolute "perfect adaptation" on the same vane as like Hxh (2011). There is literally 0 filler and its just the full canon story line. I am not sure if you have ever read the manga, or watched the original FMA. What studio bones offered as the classic FMA was interesting, but the manga goes far beyond that story. In fact the first 13 episodes of FMAB is equal to the entire canon source material seen in the original 51 episode series. That shows you just how much more story there is to tell given that its 64 episodes. But yeah i think you will like, it especially as it will constantly get more intense towards that amazing final arc.

I hope you don't mind these long messages, i love to discuss anime with fans lol.