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this is why i like Beelzebub, fast and get to the point (although so many off-panel fight that happened and left unexplained)
not same with any other cheap series that'll take a months to see a conclusion of one person fighting... like a crap (Bleach)
I'm probably the only one who feels this way, but this chapter was a prime example of what plague the manga all throughout and one of the reasons why the manga is possibly ending early imo.
Sure the super saiyan thing got a chuckle out of me, then I rolled my eyes when the battle turned one-sided for the billionth time. This is why I grown tired of Oga battles, he gets beat up for a while, then he gets a power up and wins in one chapter. How many times has a bad guy been hyped up just to get demolished by a one -shot or couple hits. I like it every once in a while but this crap happens in all Oga battles, it was cool and awesome at first but when he's flooring high tier villains like they're fodder, it' ridiculous.
I don't like drawn out battles that takes months to finish either, but completely destroying the main villains in one chapter, come on now.
It gets tiresome, if this was a hated MC from another manga like Natsu, Ichigo, and others, people would be crapping all over this, but because it's Mr. Cool Oga, it's okay.
The only battle I can say that I really enjoyed in the manga was when Oga and Toujou fought in the earlier chapters, and Oga finished him off with a German suplex .
Last edited by Iron21; February 06, 2014 at 06:15 PM.
i'm a super saiyan bithches and my ultimate attack spirit boom!!!
Yeah, the battle between Oga and Tojo was definitely one of the better ones because it was creative and took its time, not too much as in series like Bleach and Dragon Ball, but just enough to get to the point.
I absolutely agree that the battles that take months to finish are cheap and tedious, but this series has never had that problem and in particular has had the opposite problem ever since Oga vs. Jabberwock. There needs to be a balance between the two, otherwise, you get a cliimax so rushed that, you have to admit, will make you feel at least somewhat cheated after all the buildup.
Last edited by FanOfAniManga; February 06, 2014 at 08:16 PM.
sorry to interrupt guys but...
I just happened to see WSJ's ToC from last weeks and...
is beelzebub going to be axed (or was already)?