Kdramas are trolls, I tell you.
I've seen quite a few of them where they have a real fun, fast-paced atmosphere for like 14 episodes, and then end up in tragedy on the last one. It reflects the Korean penchant for tragedy that reflects on their real-life.
JDramas on the other hand, are the opposite. A common trope with most of them is this character that's so depressing that you want to die with him/her, except that he/she seems to be the only one who wants to soldier on.
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Well, it was "special" because prior to Carmina and Rustom's separation, Carmina and Zoren were cohabitating together. And got twins for their trouble. And Rustom was more likely to go for Zoren than take back Carmina.
But I think it HAS to be the case. Movies and TV should be different, so that they can coexist.
I also didn't know until I saw FB posts and I got curious, decided to actually sit down on the couch in the Living room (which, I never do- I've never "lived" in that space) and look for the ABS channel (I don't even know what channel it's on).Quote:
hey hey hey hey. Naruto is being 'interesting' again.
heh. Bleach brought back forgettable characters.
But what takes the cake is One Piece's development - insane mastery of one's DF ability can bypass Color of Arms haki.
Man I've got a long way to catch up with OP. Dropped it during that stupid prison arc, but all the new things seem to make it interesting again.
prison arc? That's like, before the... and the... WHAT? NO! THAT'S WHEN...
I dropped it at the giant babies/ fire-ice island arc... I think that's still the current arc right? but about 20 chapters behind maybe?
Yep. I agree with hunt though, the latest chapter was particularly good.
There's a giant babies arc? WTF.
Yea, whitebeard (remember that guy?) has many children and he freezes them (dont want to spoil you). They are then unfrozen in this arc, so they are giant babies and they go on a rampage. It ends upto luffy and co to stop them. There is more to it of course etc
I applaud your attempts to engage his attention, Imp.
Well I tried to do it without giving too much away and spoiling it for him.
lol. Anyway I just figured out Crysis and Crysis: Warhead have a lot more difficult to kill AI than it's sequel, Crysis 2, which I pretty much knifed anything not named Ceph Pinger, Ceph Heavy and Ceph Gunship with cloaked stealth kill.