OneEyedDrgn wrote:The thing about Bleach is that while Kubo has stated it was the last arc... In another previous interview, he stated he had plans for it to go on for another 10 years. So really, people have no idea how long it's going to last.
Marzy wrote:Some fighting manga can reach old age if they stay creative. I think One Piece is the standard bearer when it comes to that. It's still going strong and hasn't hit a point of oversaturation or just utter ridiculousness yet. I think that it plucks all the right strings and has some of the best shonen fights going to date.
Though, when it comes to looking at fights, Blade of the Immortal is the best one I can think of. The hyper detailed artwork is incredible, and I don't think that it suffers from the same problem that more fantasy inspired shonen titles run into when it comes to constantly one-upping itself.
Calistoknight wrote: With One Piece Luffy's goal was to sail down the Grand Line yes? I figure as long as he keeps doing that the manga can keep going. Once that's done you would have to end it, go into a world saving arc and end it then. You can't have him sail the Grand Line, then the Super Grand Line and then the Space Line because then it gets old. A story should have one good big goal and once that's done that should be it.
OneEyedDrgn wrote:Oda Nobuna no Yabou is currently my favorite. Usual concept of a guy being thrown in the past and having genderbent Sengoku characters. If you can get over the fact that 90% of the characters like Nobunaga (Nobuna), Katsuie Shibata, Toshie Maeda, etc are all females and that it's ecchi, it's actually a pretty damn fun show with enough historical references and references to the Nobunaga's Ambition and other Sengoku games for the simming geek.
Genderbent Nobunaga Oda
Genderbent Goemon Ishikawa
Genderbent Katsuie Shibata
Not genderbent Hanzo Hattori
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