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Eh, Hisoka is more into Gon and Killua than the overrated Machi. Honestly this ship is below meh levels.
*Trying hard to diss Erin*
Specifics like hiatuses?In the past, when I wanted someone to give Berserk a try, I didn't go into detail about specifics
Heard Gintoki was shook and that's why the manga ended. Dejm.Nah, jokes. This quote by Gintoki however serves as a perfect analogy for the series in the sense that it accurately represents Gintoki's journey from his past to the present and ultimately into a future where one would hope this quote no longer holds any weight, whether or not that future comes to pass, you'll have to read to find out.
*reads to find answer*Why it's good
*doesn't find answer*
Soul Eater is a story that starts off in a pretty simple way and kinda cliché. But what makes this as a shonen so good is the well-development of it.
In the beginning you would think it would start out as getting 99 souls, follow the student life of the main characters, them learning their lesson and so be the end of it.
The answer is no.
The story develops into it's own way, the subject starts out quite fun and dives into serious territory.
Iit's a shonen that balances things in a good way, from a gray morality while dealing with the theme of nihilism and madness, to its very simple presentation to simply being a very fun manga to read.
Soul Eater explores the madness, the neuroticism, and rather nihilistic ideas in it's own way. It makes it into an own "philosophy" and writes the characters's ideologies, the plots and the messages to readers by following the gray ideas that the manga itself slowly constructs.
The story has a simple way to tell things; it doesn't have fillers, nor anything feels unnecesassy; still, everything is connected.
Despite everything I said above, outside of the action and the grey-black subplots, the manga as tons and tons of humor. Is a gray-toned shonen, but still it doesn't fall into being something depressing, far from it, a good aspect of the series is the humor of it.
But it's not only about the comedic scenes.
Both the art style and the atmosphere have a horror-funny way to tell things; the story itself has a Tim Burton-tone in general.
Because of the humoristic gray story, without being completely pessimistic, the characters and the story-lines have their own "optimism" way and resolutions of things, without falling into something chessy/"nakama" way.
With this, despite the immese fantasy that overflows, the messages and the resolutions of the conflits manage to feel realistic.
I can't stop repeating how good the characters are.
Every single character is unique with their own different personalities, designs, and expressions; they all feel realistic in their own way thanks of the variety the manga has on them.
They're also good because they grow up from the basic stereotype and develop alongside the story from something simple to a plot that becomes darker and darker.
They have their own ideas and ways to move in the world, each of them have different ideas and points of views which makes the story flow.
The focus of the series is the madness and the neuroticism, but each of them deal with them in their own way.
Soul Eater is a gray shonen who deals and talks about pessimistic and almost nihilistic ideas, never leaving the humoristic and ironic action series that it's faithul to it's own formula and style to tell things.
It focuses on the mental state of the characters, using their madness and sanity to take them to the classic aspects of shonen.
It's not a chessy and optimistic manga, neither a sad and depressing one; it's realistic inside it's own dark fantasy.
Outside of the vote, please read Soul Eater, I promise it's worth a try
The plot and logistics of that in HxH is more interesting than the power mechanic, imo. They're going to the DC, there'll be some exploration there. Some royal assassinations or whatever. Hisoka vs PT. A lot of stuff just in that. Guess I'm curious as to how Togashi can knock that off going on his current speed.Nen System
So this is the best we can do, for Noragami? I'm interested in it after your post, and many people around here endorse it. I guess what I'm getting at is, was it a cheap move to use the wonderful Bisha like that? I kinda think so.Best Waifu....
Just look at Sei's face. How ungrateful. How can we even begin to appreciate the greatness of Seiko with this panel?For now, enjoy this lovely mother-son moment, as that's the heart and soul of Chi no Wadachi.
While it's true Berserk suffers from hiatuses (so does HxH, but at least Berserk's art is vastly better to make up for it) I feel what's already available for it is already in the masterpiece category.Specifics like hiatuses?
See, you'd be better off recommending them Planetes. It might not be the greatest for everyone, but I can't imagine anyone being letdown badly by it. And it's completed, to make my advice relevant to my question. Dark Horse released omnibuses for Planetes, so you could solo it on a rainy day.
Heard Misuzu was shook and that's why the manga ended. Dejm.