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    Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls


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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Yeah . he and his minians ( his staff )
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    The fact is that more than half of naruto readers don't pay for the manga (well, maybe just the internet and electricity ) The only ones that buy the manga are the japanese and those who specifically want to have a/more volumes...but still, the manga is really going downhill, maybe because it's the end of it (low probability) ,maybe because kishi wants to end it very very quick (highly probable)
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Quote Originally Posted by Saby16 View Post
    The fact is that more than half of naruto readers don't pay for the manga (well, maybe just the internet and electricity ) The only ones that buy the manga are the japanese and those who specifically want to have a/more volumes...but still, the manga is really going downhill, maybe because it's the end of it (low probability) ,maybe because kishi wants to end it very very quick (highly probable)
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Quote Originally Posted by ahhimane View Post
    What?

    10char.
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Quote Originally Posted by Saby16 View Post
    What?

    10char.
    I wanted to say that it's Kishi who created Naruto and goes with the flow of the story. Which charater got his lifetime to which point of the story and allll..
    But fanboys/fangirls expect more and create their own fantasies.
    Now if you read that sentence again, " Kishi, thanks for nothing." (like that)
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Quote Originally Posted by ahhimane View Post
    I wanted to say that it's Kishi who created Naruto and goes with the flow of the story. Which charater got his lifetime to which point of the story and allll..
    But fanboys/fangirls expect more and create their own fantasies.
    Now if you read that sentence again, " Kishi, thanks for nothing." (like that)
    yup we do v_v... :3
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Oh, i saw the "we paid for nothing" part, which is also true in a way
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Quote Originally Posted by ahhimane View Post
    I wanted to say that it's Kishi who created Naruto and goes with the flow of the story. Which charater got his lifetime to which point of the story and allll..
    But fanboys/fangirls expect more and create their own fantasies.
    Now if you read that sentence again, " Kishi, thanks for nothing." (like that)
    So, basically, you're saying, Kishi does what he wants and not what we want him to do? So, basically, We should just stop buying the manga since we're getting what we asked for? Hmm... Guess kishi will get revenue elsewhere.
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    The difference is that Kishimoto does all the work and the "fans" only moan about it. Hopefully that's what you meant with the picture (for people who didn't get it).
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    Kishi spends a great deal of time on this manga, he works his ass off, and many people love his work.

    However there are moaners who whine and cry just because the manga doesn't suit their fantasies, many of these very same moaners read the manga for free and then act like Kishi owes them something.
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    I don't get the correlation of the meme and what you're trying to convey
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    We can have educated criticism for the work and it's quality, it's totally fine. But when ur a free reader and u bash him like no tomorrow that's a problem
     
         

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    Re: Difference between Kishimoto and his manga's fanboys/fangirls

    For real
    Naruto has been the same throughout the entire manga
    It gets old in most mangas when the good guys win because they became stronger than their enemy
    It's refreshing to have a conflict of ideals that's one of the many reasons why it's my favorite manga
     
         

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