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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Hmm, gonna be focusing on school, since the term is starting in about a week.

    But stick with some of the mangas....
    Air Gear - hopefully they're past all the weirdness and will get into the huge battles.
    History's Strongest Disciple - Read about Kenichi training, running away, winning fights. haha.
    Fullmetal Alchemist - just annoying that it's a monthly release.
    Slam Dunk - since most people were saying it was a great sports manga, and it has lived up to the hype.
    Prince of Tennis - gotta see what happens with the Singles elimination.
    Naruto/Bleach - just because they come out every week. haha.
    One Piece - don't know why I never got into it. Any suggestions?
    Yo.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    By the way, does anyone know if Murata is going to be involved in any other ongoing projects? Half the reason I read ES21 is for the art, so I might be inclined to read another manga by the same artist if it's in a similar style.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    i'll keep buying the SJ issues all the way until the end of dinosaurs, years later i will forget all about teikoku and the world cup.

    i'll read one piece and maybe i'll read fullmetal alchemist...yeah, i've never read it, oh and fairytail cuz a lota ppl say it's good

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Altrian View Post
    By the way, does anyone know if Murata is going to be involved in any other ongoing projects? Half the reason I read ES21 is for the art, so I might be inclined to read another manga by the same artist if it's in a similar style.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yusuke_Murata

    Judging from his history I think you'll be hearing from him in the future.
    Sometimes I think that anime and manga today is all thanks to the Atomic Bombs.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Altrian View Post
    By the way, does anyone know if Murata is going to be involved in any other ongoing projects? Half the reason I read ES21 is for the art, so I might be inclined to read another manga by the same artist if it's in a similar style.
    Blust! was one that received a one shot recently. We may see more of that in the future.

    Not really much for me to look forward to in the future, manga-wise. One Piece and Kuroko are good, but nothing has really hooked me the way Eyeshield 21 did before. It's what pretty much allowed me to give other sports series a chance. Slam Dunk was magnificent but I didn't have to suffer through the suspense of a weekly series.

    Maybe one day Hunter X Hunter will come off hiatus. Until I guess I'll have to wait on Inagakis' next series; if there is one.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    well its going to be over soon.
    ill proubably end up (arguing about)discussing naruto/bleach since those are the only manga ive read a couple times
    any recommendation for a new mangas
    naruto's so so
    bleach is about the same. so any recommendations
    idk any action/sports manga
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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsatori
    Unfortunately I'm poor.
    No excuse. I've skipped lunches to save money for mangas, so you should do the same

    Xophy is not human. So, kids - don't do that at home ~eni

    Quote Originally Posted by Altrian View Post
    By the way, does anyone know if Murata is going to be involved in any other ongoing projects? Half the reason I read ES21 is for the art, so I might be inclined to read another manga by the same artist if it's in a similar style.
    The man is a workaholic, there's hardly any chance we won't ever again from him in the future. Seeing how his last two one-shots, madofuki park and Blust, were his work alone, it could be that he's going to work solo on his next manga, though (serializing Blust would make sense, I guess, though while a fun read, i'm not too sure if could be turned into a long-lasting manga). Wonder what Inagaki will do if Murata goes to work solo, then... I guess he'll have to find another partner, or write light novels.
    Last edited by eni; June 04, 2009 at 03:25 AM.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xophien View Post
    No excuse. I've skipped lunches to save money for mangas, so you should do the same
    I don't believe in putting monetary value on art?
    Sometimes I think that anime and manga today is all thanks to the Atomic Bombs.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rsatori View Post
    I don't believe in putting monetary value on art?
    ... Seeing how my manga collection alone is worth about ten thousands of dollars, you'll understand why I'm not agreeing with you on this one >.>;

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    You're talking to a guy who doesn't wanna own shit. I just wanna read it once and shelf it unless I have to look back for reference. >:|
    Sometimes I think that anime and manga today is all thanks to the Atomic Bombs.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    I'd eat glass before reading Naruto! Hajime No Ippo New Challenger is airing atm and ofc the manga is still going. It was a fun ride, first running manga I've read from start to end. *Sentiment and Nostalgia*

    Oh and Berserk started again few weeks ago. When they're done with that White Hawk crap and focus on Gutts and Casca it's gonna be fun reading again.

    Also I think I'll venture out of my cave in the mountains and try to get in contact with civilization again. I might need a bath after these years.
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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Quote Originally Posted by Xophien View Post
    The man is a workaholic, there's hardly any chance we won't ever again from him in the future. Seeing how his last two one-shots, madofuki park and Blust, were his work alone, it could be that he's going to work solo on his next manga, though (serializing Blust would make sense, I guess, though while a fun read, i'm not too sure if could be turned into a long-lasting manga). Wonder what Inagaki will do if Murata goes to work solo, then... I guess he'll have to find another partner, or write light novels.
    I did enjoy Blust, too bad it was only a one-shot. I'd probably read it if they serialized it, although I think it was better off as a stand-alone. Doesn't seem like a story that'd work very well in long-format. I'd definitely be all over another Inagaki/Murata manga if they started a new one.. the two of them make a really good team.

    I own the first 24 volumes of the ES21 manga as it's been released in the states. I'll probably continue buying it right up until the end of the Christmas bowl (if they translate that far) and just try to forget that this last arc existed, lol. Even though the translation annoys me ("damn" is just not the same as "fucking", among many other things), it's still nice to have nice, cleanly-scanned paperback books to look at on the shelf. :] But as a comic artist myself, I'm always big into actually purchasing comics when I can.

    Hajime no Ippo.. I can't believe that is still going, lol. I read that way back when there were, like, 50 chapters and enjoyed it, but it's got to be up to a ridiculous number now. What could there possibly be left for them to do with it at this point?

    I guess I could try to get back into Gantz, although I haven't read that in at least a year or two so I'd have a lot of catching up to do, lol.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    I cant belive its over already
    Now im gonna be stuck with shitty Naruto/Bleach
    Well atleast there is still One Piece and Full metal to read

    These last 2 chapter better be dam good

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    Ohhh guys, you should read One Outs.
    It's a baseball manga where the main character is a Hiruma-like player, that looks like Akutsu from prince of tennis.

    He is not talented at all, but he defeats everyone with his cunning and tricks.
    It's like ES21...But with Hiruma as the main character, and with baseball instead of football.

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    Re: What to do after the end of ES21?

    i'll own anything because if its good enough ill re-read it

    but seriously some of us are still teens sooo we dont really make money yet....
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