- Oct 31, 2017
It's decent. Curious to see how things play out.I wanna know how people are feeling about One Piece right now. I recently caught up and I'm completely bored? This is easily my least favorite arc in the series so far. I feel like there is so much going on and I don't give a damn about any of it. Even Fisman Island didn't bore me like current One Piece.
Great as always, with me particularly feeling it after 918 dropped. To say I have no idea how this particular arc is already your least favorite ever given what it's setting up would be quite the understatement.I wanna know how people are feeling about One Piece right now. I recently caught up and I'm completely bored? This is easily my least favorite arc in the series so far. I feel like there is so much going on and I don't give a damn about any of it. Even Fisman Island didn't bore me like current One Piece.
I think I realized the issue with the wano arc, and it has nothing to do with wano itself. We just had the interlude that introduced im and set the ground work for finale shit. To go back to just another arc after that feels really jarring.I wanna know how people are feeling about One Piece right now. I recently caught up and I'm completely bored? This is easily my least favorite arc in the series so far. I feel like there is so much going on and I don't give a damn about any of it. Even Fisman Island didn't bore me like current One Piece.
*looks at the arc antagonist
It could get way better as it goes but within the last few months I've just been bored reading it.
I feel like we're just kinda waiting at this point. Wano is a volcano of an arc, it can all go sideways at any goddamn moment, but right now the arc is spinning it's wheels while Luffy trains up.
If you have to read an Isekai then at least read the pure ones. Like Isekai Omotenashi Gohan.So somehow I ended up in the 9th circle of hell aka going down a rabbit hole of super edgy isekai web novels.
Story always starts with the MC being betrayed and swearing revenge, main target of anger is a woman.
MC has a power that everything thinks is useless and hates them for it but its actually broken.
Original party members are part of the betrayers or turn on the MC, the kingdom is always in on it.
MC eventually gets a big tiddy slave(really there's always slavery) woman with animal ears who loves him, and then a loli.
The revenge plot eventually gives way to super generic harem fantasy stuff, and becomes of cycle revenge plot and harem hijinks.
Oh yes and of course there is rape.
If a LN version exists it's a lot more sanitized compared to the WN.(aka Shield Hero)
Don't ask me why I would do this. These authors sure do love using the same setups as each other.
And no I never actually finished any of them so I can't say if the endings are the same, they were absolutely terrible and most are ongoing anyway.
Now I must recover.
been on autopilot for years. wano is pretty much unfollowable because there are 500 characters and half of them have multiple names that are all extremely long like Rojozurushiko-Amazekojiroko (also known as Ryuugasakigamonodo-Jyomonzugodaruzo of the 27 Ryujagamon). On top of there being too many characters almost all the of the strawhats are pretty much useless to begin with so it just gets more watered down
I'm starting to think this dude was told by the author of TLRU where all the bodies are buried in the Shonen Jump building to give him the same power he has over the editors lol.
I like the art and I like edgelord shit, and even going past the art and edginess it's a fun story with fun characters
I enjoyed it but yeah its messy. It felt way too big an opening to fit in a first chapter. That said, I think the art style looks neat and hey, who doesn't like cyborg samurai's?
I started reading it out of curiosity, and honestly, I kinda can't look away. Yeah the arts really scratchy and at its core its pretty edgy, but outside of that there is just something so weird and extra about it all that I keep tuning in week after week without meaning too. Like I forgot about it even existing until people were freaking out about "the kiss" and something like that happens in chainsawman every few weeks.
I unironically love it. So does all my manga-reading friends. The cast is such a loveable group of losers, and Denji goes against the grain of the typical MC. He doesn't care about being Pirate King or Hokage/Magic Emperor, it's all small achievable goals, which I think most people can relate to.
I’m glad someone recommended it to me because it’s a great source of cute and wholesome goodness.