Kishi's Recent Pattern....What does it say about his story?
Hey everyone. First off, I want to say that I thought about posting this thread for about a month now but wanted to give it more time to better back up my theory. Have you guys noticed a pattern in how Kishi has released his manga chapters in the past 2-3 months? I know it sounds simple to do, but Kishi has been on the ball recently. Specifically I mean he has released the chapter every Wednesday, very early in the morning. I mean don't you guys remember when Naruto's regular release time was Wed night? I mean Naruto never used to come out before bleach, and I mean NEVER, but for the past 8-12 weeks or so it has come out before it, very consistently.
When focusing on the start of the war, remember how inconsistent Kishi was? Some weeks, I'd approximate every other week and occasionally multiple weeks in a row, the manga would not only be late, but VERY late. Remember on at least one occasion it didn't come out till Friday midday??? I mean that was terrible, absolutely horrid. The norm became Thursday morning for quite some time rather than Wednesday night. It was only very recently, the last 2-3 months, that the chapters have been coming out early Wednesday morning.
Okay, now for my theory on this whole thing..... Do you guys think Kishi finally has things figured out? I mean he seemed to be floundering about for quite a lot of time there but now seems back on track. We all know that the mark of a great author is that early on they have the basic story established, know how its going to end and have good ideas for the middle, but not all of it. Do you guys think Kishi is finally over the hump and has figured out the woodwork of everything in-between? I mean I'm not implying that I think the Manga will end in 50 chapters but perhaps it has 200 chapters left and Kishi now knows exactly where he's going with it?
What do you guys think? Was some of the botched sections of the war a result of Kishi being a little unsure about the connective tissue, if you will, of his huge war? I'm curious what NB thinks of this theory.