well i just want there to be some more development of the sket dan, there supervisor and occult lady for the next three to five chapters. thatll be good before anyone permanently new. outside of some sorta negative character to screw them over.
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Re: Sket Dance Discussion - new WSJ series
Originally Posted by barbapapa
I like this manga how it is, screw arcs. :P
At the moment okay, but can a manga survive on one chapter's based stories? Well reborn did for a long time but is doing long arcs. I can't sey for sure but I think maison de penguin was something like that too.
I am suprised how these short stories are well done. Hello. Would it be easy to make such good short stories in let us say 17-19 pages average? Well I don't think so, but at the moment all those stories were indeed wise (damned, belgian dialect translation: wanna say funny ).
Do you really hate arcs?
The biggest virtue is to support these Seven Deadly Sins in their fight!!!
That is kinda ironic XD This seems like Gintama in very many ways. I (read) LOVE Gintama but its one weakness is that unless you're somewhat versed in the ways of the Samurai its sort of hard to identify with the characters. (You don't have to be an Edo expert, but it helps to know a little.) However Sket dance seems to cover that weakness with gutso. Seriously if this and Gintama can keep running in jump for a long time, i won't be so disapointed to look at the magazine.
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this is my new 'p2' (as in it's failing horrifically, is brilliant, and needs recognition), and i'm hoping this week's TOC (with it halfway) is a sign of good things to come, as what p2 also did. the underdog's sometimes pull through, and this really deserves it
and yeah, this lives and weekly jump will be less shameful for me. originality performed well is rare.