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Days: 175.4
Mean Score: 5.88
  • Total Entries1,384
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
Mahoutsukai no Yome
Oct 7, 2018 11:23 PM
Watching 8/24 · Scored -
Versailles no Bara
Versailles no Bara
Oct 7, 2018 11:22 PM
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Ougon no Kaze
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Ougon no Kaze
Oct 7, 2018 1:54 AM
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Days: 37.6
Mean Score: 5.90
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GTO
GTO
5 hours ago
Reading 8/208 · Scored -
Fruits Basket
Fruits Basket
5 hours ago
Re-reading 24/136 · Scored 9
Ashita no Joe
Ashita no Joe
Mar 16, 11:17 AM
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link9us Jan 13, 2:23 AM
Put on your tin foil hats and start celebrating, were finally there!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=120&v=i8J164xspbU


Its never been a better time to start catching up on one piece. Oda is hyping 2019 to be the most insane year for the series!




Although its a little confusing in the message here as the translators some times get stuff incorrect. but esentually what it means in terms of this movie is that One Piece STAMPEDE will seemingly have some level of involvement from Oda (similarly to Z and GOLD) and will serve as a celebration of the anime’s 20th anniversary. He says that it’s going to be so big that it might as well feel like the ending of the series. In his words, it almost feels like the anime staff is trying to end the series with how big the stakes are going to be here.

The long awaited wano will finally begin in another couple of weeks in the anime as well. As oda says, this year is going to be SUPERRRR!! So many things happening at once.
link9us Jan 11, 1:07 AM
OMG o_0 I am so scared now!!

https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2019-01-10/one-piece-creator-the-end-is-near-but-series-will-be-just-over-100-volumes/.141858

This better be some sort of lie, the last thing i want is a rushed ending to this beloved series. All the build-up, and story execution and planning that he did just flawlessly will all go to waste if he wants to end it that soon.

So i was right in indicating that WANO country arc, is like the "beginning of the end" so to speak. There are still so many undiscovered mysteries and stories left to wrap up though. I shudder at how he is going to manage to give everything a proper ending. After two decades of serialization i just hope he doesn't screw it up.
link9us Dec 27, 2018 1:51 AM
oh and about 12 kingdoms, only the first 4 novels have ever been released. But you can read the entire novel series through fan-translations.

http://www.eugenewoodbury.com/downloads.htm
link9us Dec 26, 2018 5:18 PM
So Eiichiro Oda just let out a big juicy announcement just now and i thought i would update you. He indicates that quote on quote, 2019 will be the SUPER "One-piece year". He mentioned that it will be one of the largest years for one piece as many things will start happening next year and in in accordance for the 20th anniversary of the "one-piece anime"

In no paticular order, they include:

1. The release of the Video game World Seeker - which will have something special hidden away in its story that will tease something that will happen in the manga.

2. The official release and presentation of the new "one piece live action TV show"


3. The anime will finally enter the long awaited "wano Country arc"

4. A special announcement to the fans that the author will now colab more closely with the studio of the anime, so that the quality of the anime will improve. Specifically, he mentions that this is one of the most important mile stones in the franchise, something that he will put his all into and has been wanting to draw for a very long time as he wants the studio to handle the anime with the upmost care.

5. The final announcement is in relation to the story of one piece so I will be brief and not divulge the whole quote. But he says something along the lines as there will be a massive incident to take place in the one piece world which will change the very foundation and intensity of the story.



and there ya have it.. so yeah pretty big year for OP and as a manga fan and anime fan i am so excited to see in more detail what we have in store for both the anime and manga as well as first unveiling of the live action tv show.
link9us Dec 19, 2018 8:56 PM
Yeah there are some misconceptions bout that, classic 12 kingdom series did end way back in like 2003. The author has published a few side stories after words from like 2007 to 2013. How ever, just currently in 2018 we just got an announcement that the author finished publication for a new novel with a tag line of "epic fantasy story". The mainline title is 12 kingdoms as well so were assuming she has kind of started the franchise back up again.

In any case with 12 kingdoms coming back into relevancy again, could potentially provoke the start of a new anime adaptation. There has been quite alot of reboots over the past years and most of them resulting in the fact that new novel stories came back into the limelight or new stories of manga publications. So its quite possible.
link9us Dec 12, 2018 2:24 AM
If they reboot the 12 kingdoms anime, i am going to freaken loose it man!

link9us Nov 22, 2018 2:56 PM
Btw not sure if your aware, but wano arc in one piece has been ongoing now and it is absolutely amazing. This is by far the best arc in the story we have ever seen. Its clear to me why oda considered it something that he has been wanting to draw for along time. There are huge game changer moments and story impact that has been a very long time coming. Some of the stuff introduced in this arc is like "end game" material it seems.

Also eichiro oda is dividing the arc into individual acts, im not sure if i told you this before but its the first time he's ever done anything like this. He using the Kabuki theater play as a reference for the wano arc. We just barely finished act 1 and already there is just so much going on. The way a kabuki play works is there is usually 5 acts to the story or play. So we still have a solid 4 acts left of wano.

In any case the story of one piece has obviously reached new heights and its clear to me that hes finally pushing towards a climax. Now might be a good time to jump back in and start watching. In the anime, WCI has about 10 or so episodes left so it will be finished by the end of this year. Wano will probably start in the anime at around the beginning of 2019.
link9us Nov 20, 2018 6:07 PM
Yep it is, i know i am pretty excited bout it also. It looks like the author may approve of this adaptation also.
link9us Nov 17, 2018 1:52 AM
Yeah the video was removed probably due to copy right.

No i have not but its deffinity on my ptw and ptr list. If i do like it, i also plan on picking up the manga volumes to like i did with Berserk and Bastard. Incidentally, look at this.

https://twitter.com/BlacWeird/status/1063568150413942785?s=19

Pretty exciting huh at the prospect of this coming into fruition. I really hope it does.
link9us Nov 15, 2018 6:18 PM
You have seen Yu yu hakusho right? This is a good example of what happens when you take a traditional Cell animation project and incorporate modern day CG animation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDmDN2JRmrA&lc=z22yulkjawj0hzey204t1aokgteyjswzxbt5bxsgkhe3bk0h00410.1542332641715997

Does this even look like Yu yu hakusho? lol I mean god it looks like something put together with adobe after effects. I really miss traditional CELL animation, it was just so much better in so many aspects. Have you ever noticed when you watch alot of modern anime, the character models are rather rigid and don't move during scene transition. Only there damn lips move. That is where classical anime differs heavily compared to modern animation.
link9us Nov 11, 2018 1:52 PM
Hey sorry about the long reply. I been so busy with other things. In any case i hear ya about graphics. It seems now a days that is all developers are concerned about is graphical innovation and open world gameplay. I really miss the days where rpgs were treated more like an ambitious art form with story and writing considered the most important. I been on a classic binge kick lately just replaying some old classics and also playing some new games. Finally got around to playing Alundra (another working designs) title and shadow hearts 2 finally finished. Seriously they do not make games like this any more and the more i play classics, the more i truly realize this. Take FF XV for example. its a game with a great open world structure and beautiful graphics, but outside of that, its such a convulated story with so many plot holes and not nearly enough exposition. That is the problem with games these days, you get stories are just so condensed because they have to put everything into CGI Vs scripted stuff can go along way. That is why FF VII remake will take nearly 3-4 separate Ps4 disks to fully develop and remaster it. FF VII is also a short game compared to some. Just imagine if you had to remake xenogears on the PS4, you would probably need like 5-6 games.

I am how ever excited for some of the new games i want to play like DQ XI and Kingdom hearts 3. I think in terms of traditional style of story and gameplay, DQ XI definitely hits the sweet spot and KH III we been waiting for ever for.
Rex_Connor Oct 11, 2018 6:09 AM
I feel the same way, I don't think I have been watching much anime these days. Reading manga less. Once you get older, you tend to lose interest, especially when most anime characters fit the same archetype. I mostly keep up to date with Seinen mangas.
Rex_Connor Oct 10, 2018 5:19 PM
675 animes completed? o_O

I have been watching anime starting as a kid (from the 90s) but I don't think I will ever top that.
link9us Sep 21, 2018 1:40 AM
Heh neither do i really. But its nice when a game is meant to be visually pleasing, like FF XV or Dragon Quest XI be it an art style or CG. How ever im a fan of old retro style rpgs as well so graphics are not something that is required for me to enjoy a game. I grew up in an era of pixel art graphics. I do really appreciate the style and art that goes into certain aesthetics though and this even harckons back to the SNES era where there was truly beautiful games like Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger with many different color pallets and design.

But yeah modern day graphics are not a necessity for me to enjoy any game today. Hell i would be content playing game in this modern age that has ps2 like graphics as long the story, characters and gameplay mechanics are great, i'll enjoy it.
link9us Sep 20, 2018 5:37 AM
Seeing these old techs from trails in the sky being re-imagined on cold steel 4 is just what the doctor ordered.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw4zUte5bvc

Estelle and Joshua FTW!!