Saying I deserve an award for 'trolling' is bad thing to say. Just saying, your not really being innocent on your side at all.Yes, yet I invite you to search the troll thread, see where I have said anything bad about you. Something you couldn't hold back from doing here.
Nah, not really upset on my side. Though I will be sure to nominate you back and I would beg to differ as I seen trolling on your side as clearly your Hancock desires go for that trolling .Go ahead. You'll probably be the only one to vote for me. I'm passonate... but not a troll. So go ahead. Won't hurt my feeling. You clearly took it personally. You should embrace what you are Moe-kun. Be the best damn troll you can be!
No, no, I meant Shokugeki no Sanji!
I'll check out Shokugeki no Sanji and see if that gets me interested.No, no, I meant Shokugeki no Sanji!
It's literally a one-shot about Sanji's life a little prior to the start of the manga, drawn by Shokugeki no Soma's mangaka. Since you like Shokugeki no Soma, I thought you might like that one-shot for starters. Check it out.
One Piece is inferior to Berserk both in the realistic artstyle of the later and in how... mature and gory it is, it's really a different genre, but One Piece gets the upper hand in orinigality. Not that Berserk is unoriginal, not at all, but the huge variety of characters, of easily recognizable unique islands, of superpowers, of unexpected humor and of truly epic, awestrucking moments, among other things, really make One Piece one likeable and memorable adventure. Add to that a rich fictional history and a pretty good plot (that takes a couple of arcs to start appearing but that'll definitely hook you once it appears) and you get one of the best selling manga of all time.
They're really different genres, and that also implies a different kind of experience, so it really is not easy (if at all possible) to hype One Piece from Berserk, so it's my mistake for even making any connection between them.I'll check out Shokugeki no Sanji and see if that gets me interested.
>One Piece gets the upper hand in originality
I can't just say no as I'm not familiar with One Piece but for now I'll start by saying
I think what I can say at least aesthetically is that they're different in a few ways so comparing originality can be a precarious thing. Berserk you have a dark, medieval fantasy whereas One Piece is a little more modern in the naval era with boats and the cum cum fruits yeah? What really makes or breaks a manga for me is immersion, and can I get invested in the story behind everything. Berserk is something I haven't experienced in a good while with just how much it grabbed me and kept me in and invested in the journey that follows. I'd say I've been really spoilt with it, but hopefully One Piece can deliver like you're hyping it up to.