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    Sticky: Re: General Shueisha TOC and News

    Is that from the like three chapters in the most recent volume or two that he didn't redraw out of the hundreds he did?
    Boy you sure destroyed my argument!
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    Sticky: Re: General Shueisha TOC and News

    lol look at dis scrub who hasn't read the collected volumes
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    Sticky: Re: General Shueisha TOC and News

    Togashi's bizarre unevenly effort allocated style is an immense part of the experience of reading his mangas.
    It's filled with personality and baffling shit that normally an artist should not do....
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    I'm not even a big Kenshin fan in any sense but let me do this for you guys lol.

    From left to right.
    1. Hoji
    2. Iwanbo
    3. Usui
    4. Henya
    5. Fuji

    6. Shishio
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Isn't that him in the back on the left side?
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    I don't think they speak English in the Czech Republic.
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Hey Aohige, I'm wondering.

    When the last three or so volumes of YYH were coming out in Jump...were they sketchy disasters ala HxH? Mostly fixed for the volumes?
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Tintin's last book came out in the 70's lol. I've seen more than that btw, some modern ones, and they had a similar format. Film esque structure, tons of panels per page.
    Or are you telling me...
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Yeah, what a progressive artist he is.
    Now if only those realistic un-exploited female characters would do something ever.

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    I've read all of the Tintin...
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Aren't European style comics like Tintin and Asterix made in big episodic installments? And not a highly detail intensive second to second weekly serial format like the comics in things like Jump?...
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Out of morbid curiousity can you make a little write up about why this series sucked exactly?
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