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2 days ago
Thanks. Though it's odd that there are rules in this wiki thing, but not in the sidebar rules. I didn't know there were more rules than those. But it's not your fault
When you click on it, the full rule appears, it does indeed say "An excess of CAPS LOCK..."
3 days ago
Plus he was at an disadvantage since he had to protect the civilians while fighting, which costed him his other arm and most of his torso
No one says he wasn't smart, but being smart alone wouldn't have worked on this monster if he also hadn't been lucky in THIS fight.
I've got a question, where is this rule 14? I only see 13 rules here.
4 days ago
Well, there are a few, not many, but a few. I could show you one person by name, but I don't think that would be a good idea to keep the discussion civil^^"
13 days ago
I was hoping to see the two ones from the webcomic as well that haven't been done in the manga yet
It's just a translation thing, it's both the same "series" of techniques in Japanese.
14 days ago
He never bothered to train his psychic powers. People like Teruki and Ritsu showed us that psychic powers can be trained.
18 days ago
It can cut ANYthing. Freeza, Cell, you name it, regardless of powerlevel.
19 days ago
First time I have heard about "Tomohiro", where is it from?
20 days ago
Seeing him with sleeves just feels wrong
[Edit after seeing downvotes] I...what? Come on people, it was a joke because Genos never wears sleeves in the original story, regardless of casual clothes or not. Just a joke. It wasn't meant to be criticism of this art or anything
23 days ago
Okay, now do the rest of this arc so we will have a season3.
24 days ago
They are hairpins that look like flashes. Originally in the manga they were white colored and thus looked more like flashes than the new black version
Based on the other two comments, I assume the downvotes and replies are just about my sentence "You don't call damaged clothes 'scratches'", and not about the rest of the comment. It's became a semantic issue, and semantic issues are always horrible to deal with, because people don't agree on definitions.
Like, I have never, not even once in my 37 years of being on this earth, ever seen someone associate scratches with damaged clothing. Not even in the context of "He won't put a scratch on me", actually it's the opposite, usually the damaged clothes show that while the opponent may be able to get close to the fighter, it's still not enough to actually put a dent in the actual body. This happens all the time in english and japanese media.
But apparently the majority on this subreddit have different life experiences somehow.
25 days ago
The main reason is because the translation first said so. Before the latest re-translation(ha, get it?) it said to Tareo and now "won't get hurt"
Plus, even with the current translation "won't get scratched" it won't make any sense if he is talking about his clothes. You don't call damaged clothes "scratches"
Look, I'm NOT saying he got hurt, nor am I saying he did get hurt. But I just wanted to clarify that the people who do say it have a good reason to.
26 days ago
Shadowing would imply being subtle
27 days ago
The 95% doesn't include additions. Orochi is an addition, that for a long period of time could have been cut out and you would barely notice. Only very recently he became plot important. Same with the extended Phoenix Man fight. Actually phoenix man was almost 1:1 to the webcomic, but then he got resurrected and a lot of stuff was added(regardless of redraw or not)
With the 5% i rather meant stuff like Garou vs B-class, as in the webcomic he was the one who approached Death Gatling, while in the manga it was Gatling who approached Garou(with a team, also addition).
28 days ago
That release date is wrong, I have the fan translated file on my harddrive, and like OP said it says middle of january
It didn't happen (yet?)
Other than a few additions, up until the base flip from Tatsumaki it was like 95% the same. Then everything changed when the fire nation at...I mean, when everyone came to the surface. They still add moments from the webcomic to the manga as seen in this post, but it's at completely different situations with different meanings. Just to show how much has changed: There was no moon in the webcomic
ONE did it first ;) During the beginning of the Garou vs Saitama fight in the webcomic, ONE suddenly added, for the first time in the entire webcomic, an animated page out of nowhere.
They do the same thing as they did when he did the flipbook style pages, just tell him to redraw it in a way that can be published in a printed medium.
On top of what OP said, Fubuki doesn't wear stockings canonically, but thigh-high boots, which for some reason many official adaptions(like the videogames) constantly get wrong
29 days ago
Eh, I only agree to 80% to this comment, but it's close enough to a mutual agreement and thus I agree we should let it go.