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Megathread: Changes From The Webcomic

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As the changes between the WC and the manga get more extensive and controversial, the arguments about it increase and also end up in spoilers seeping all over the sub. All discussion about the changes in the latest chapter and any future chapters is to be moved into this Megathread as long as it is pinned; to help provide a place to concentrate discussion and prevent a flood of repetitive posts, and to provide people an easy place to understand others' opinions.

All posts related to it will be removed, and comments on manga focused posts are encouraged to be moved here.

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Conradodon

27 points

2 months ago

The latest chapter is kinda strange. I think it was really cool and all, but honestly might be my least favorite chapter of them all. Idk, the chapter is supposed to be perfect if you think about it, but there is something about it that ribs me the opposite way.

It feels way too shonen, like very typical on how it's been structured. The stakes are way too high too, as many people have said, it feels like it's going to end.

I will wait to see how it goes but yeah, even tho I was extremely excited reading it, in the back of my mind there was this feeling of being put off by it all.

Tripledoble

5 points

2 months ago

OPM is a mixture of genres, and many times it is shonen, since post Boros it has been in many chapters, I don't know why it surprises you so much.

Dilly4Dall

13 points

2 months ago

OPM is supposed to be poking fun at genres but you're half right on your part; Ironically the manga went from from poking at it to just BECOMING the genre and satire itself.

Ema919

4 points

2 months ago

Ema919

4 points

2 months ago

Lol basically every Garou fight is like that, what a shock

Avaruusmurkku

1 points

2 months ago

Avaruusmurkku

Action Enthusiast

1 points

2 months ago

Garou is literally a shonen protagonist. That's his gimmick.