Tenshi Nova wrote:http://www.avasdemon.com/pages.php?page=0001
That is exactly what I am talking about. The general public just would not appreciate the skill that goes into manga. We see it because that is what we do but to them. Animation means cartoons and cartoons are for children. Comic books are not a legitimate form of art or storytelling. And everyone can stare at a painting on a wall for a minute and feel so sophisticated.Tenshi Nova wrote:See but I'm talking about from a populous point of view. Most people wouldn't notice well thought out detail and just look over the pic.
Krest wrote:Otoyomegatari, which was suggested before, is a nice casual read. Though I kind of like The Adventures of Mr. Smith more than A Tribal Soap Opera - these are basically two different stories told in Otoyomegatari, randomly.
Tenshi Nova wrote:I need to take a week sometime and just read 24/7
Krest wrote:Bakuman...so amaze-ung...
Cerulean wrote:Speaking of Bakugan, I think that I only watched a few episodes of it.
Cerulean wrote:Digimon (I loved Digimon)
The atmosphere was just so suffocating :c
There was another anime that I heard about that supposedly promoted tennis shoes. It had something to do with robots playing basketball.....
Speaking of basketball, are there any basketball/sport anime/manga out there that anyone can suggest? I've read/seen Kuroko no Basuke, Prince of Tennis and that soccer-heart transplant anime (the name escapes me at the moment). I wanted to add some sports manga/anime to my list c:
Cerulean wrote:I found it, the anime was called Basquatch! It's about 26 episodes long.
Oooh, I've heard that one being thrown around a bit. Added! Thanks c:
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 4 guests