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    Re: Nakai vs Hiramaru

    More than anything else, I'd say the biggest difference between them is their methodology. We know Nakai did the biggest douche mistake of all time: making business and personal life mix. He was only...
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    That's a key difference, I'd imagine, between the layman and the editor. The layman reads things he likes. Knows what he likes, can make recommendations based on that.

    The Editor reads what he...
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    [Discussion] Re: The Role of an Editor

    I suppose there's always a risk. I don't think typically however an Editor really has that much power over a storyline. Or should. Apologies if this seems contradictory, while I do think there's...
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    Re: Bakuman 127 Discussion / 128 Prediction

    Kosugi isn't a bad person though, he had multiple flaws as an editor. These flaws can be fixed, and he'll be better for it, but he was never a bad person.

    Consider Nakai, the exact opposite....
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    You underestimate the internet.



    No I wouldn't actually, those are a case of a shared universe project (which are a whole different baby and more or less require multiple people) and as you...
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    Re: Bakuman 127 Discussion / 128 Prediction

    I dunno, you make a point about his clothes, but I'd still bet he's likely not reappearing for a long while at least. How many rivals do they have now? How often do they get face time? Nanamine's...
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    Worse then that. People offer ideas without any prompting, then get upset when they aren't used. Look at any butthurt section of the fandom of anything ever. If you so much as talk to them and say...
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    Re: Bakuman 127 Discussion / 128 Prediction

    Well, he's probably doomed to be never seen again, but at least Kosugi got to punch him. It is a shonen after all. This is the most action the series has seen in a long time!
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    Which leads you to your next problem: Bitterness.

    This was actually shown in the manga. As soon as you don't use what someone thinks is their great idea, they start up with "why didn't you use my...
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    My guess is Ex-Editor was one of the first to leave. He observed what was happening sooner then most and dropped away when he saw the writing on the wall.

    Or, you know, death noted. I want...
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    I believe he's saying that no matter how much of a lower quality something you have, that won't make something of higher quality. In this metaphors case, 50 Ostrich's will never hatch an eagle. :P
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    [Discussion] Re: The Role of an Editor

    True enough, they are publishers. My reasoning was flawed in that aspect. But they do still choose who is and isn't going to be paid. Ultimately one could take their work elseware, but I'd still...
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    Re: Bakuman 126 Spoiler Thread

    So that last page is just him having gone completely insane?
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    [Discussion] Re: The Role of an Editor

    I think you misunderstand my post, though looking back I didn't say it very well.

    There are circumstances in which the editor could decide "we can't publish this." An obvious example in the manga...
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    Re: Bakuman 126 Spoiler Thread

    That guy looks wayyyy too smug. Period.

    I don't care if he got #1 in every category. He's still too smug. :P

    Looks like things are not over yet. Well, people did think the arc was going too...
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    [Discussion] Re: The Role of an Editor

    And when your series fails you'll find yourself unemployable by the company where you developed a reputation as being utterly unreasonable.

    Assuming your editor doesn't just say "no, I'm not...
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    [Discussion] Re: How do you want Nanamine to fail?

    I dunno if it's unrealistic. I talked about this more in another, similar thread, so I won't repeat myself too much here, but Nanamine's strategy is basically his downfall: By deliberately making...
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    [Discussion] Re: Nanamine & His Methods

    It only works if your the superior writer. If there is one thing that's being hammer against Nanamine's stubbornness right now, it's that 50 (now 20) people or not, what he's been doing so far is not...
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    Re: Bakuman 125 Spoiler Thread

    Aw man, this makes a nasty paradox for me... I want Kosugi to have a job in the future now that he's finally taking a few levels in editor and actually doing something instead of sitting around...
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