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    Default Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    What the hell man...

    http://imgur.com/a/XKwJ4#0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magi View Post
    What does that have to do with anything. Roger and Luffy are two different people.

    Oda blatantly stated that Luffy was asexual and that there will be no kind of romance. Why is this difficult to grasp?
    But, so was Goku...
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    There must be something very wrong with Naruto's fangirls .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigivel View Post
    Oh, shit while looking at this picture I found this:
    I can't unsee this. And I'm not sure if I want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordinary View Post
    I really don't think so. Did you see Luffy's reaction when the Amazon Lily people gave him a flowery shirt?
    What does that have to do with sexuality?
    Quote Originally Posted by LinkG07 View Post
    But, so was Goku...
    Goku isn't asexual. He was just ignorant and naive at the beginning of Dragon ball. He didn't understand the concept of love.

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    Default Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    Oh, I misread that, I thought you meant Luffy was genderless or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magi View Post
    Luffy isn't asexual. He was just ignorant and naive at the beginning of One Piece. He didn't understand the concept of love.
    (Hmm, doesn't really sound so off...)
    And Goku still doesn't understand the concept of love. The love for fighting, perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magi View Post
    Goku isn't asexual. He was just ignorant and naive at the beginning of Dragon ball. He didn't understand the concept of love.
    After the shit that's been pulled in many-o-manga, I'm very surprised you're so adamant on this.
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    I think it's sweet that Oda and Kishi are pals and even sweeter that they made tributes to each other in the latest chapters. The nod that Kishi made by putting the Strawhats jolly roger on Naruto's monument is very touching. The man couldn't have been more direct in his recognition of One Piece and its impact on the Japanese manga market and culture as well as it's growing status worldwide. The dream that Naruto has been longing for and has just achieved after 700 chapters is now a representation of another dream. A halfway point leading all the readers of the just finished series to another series. One that's arguably greater in the scope of its own world and the dreams of its characters. One might say, Naruto's stone face above Konoha is a beacon, a metaphorical lighthouse, a poneglyph guiding the readers from one series to another. Simply, Kishi is saying go read One Piece if you are not doing so already as it's the manga that rivals mine from the author that rivals me. Of course, them being friends made it possible as I don't think the editors and management of Shueisha can force such a thing especially regarding the two very established rivals. Oda's author comment in the latest issue of the magazine is another clue to the nature of the relationship, mutual respect and rivalry between these two. For these reasons, I think we the whole One Piece fandom should respect this great relationship between the two men who have been arguably the two most important men in the Japanese manga scene in the last decade. Naruto fans too, recognizing the previously mentioned, will come knocking at our doors, our great gates of justice, some looking for the literary justice they couldn't find at the end of the once great but thinly stretched and rashly concluded that is Naruto. While another portion of these hungry fans will want more of the awesomeness and "epicness" that Japan has been feeding us all over the world. Welcoming these fans, new or recurring alike, who recognize One Piece as the spiritual successor to their once favorite manga will fall upon us who have already seen the shinning wonderful light of One Piece. Even those other fans that might cling to other works from the likes of Bleach, Fairy Tail, Attack on Titan and other "Masterpieces" will hopefully soon recognize that while these mangas are successful at least by virtue of their standing, surviving the harsh environment associated with the magazines and their editorial departments, and their continuous sales in the face of the declining manga market, while that's true they are still a notch below the level of Oda's One Piece, the Rival to Naruto, the eastern cornerstone and answer to Naruto's success and appeal in the west, the two demographics emerging solution, the Representative of Japanese comics to the world. Kishimoto, Thank you man for all the years of greatness. Oda, The Flagship is all yours, you better believe it. Bon Voyage man, Bon Voyage.
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    Default Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Katzztar View Post
    hey, hey! Don't insult Hitchcock! Twilight Zone was some freaky stuff but it had some stuff (often deep hidden psychology/sociology issues/events) to it that supports the episode.
    Uhh...what does Hitchcock have to do with The Twilight Zone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinkG07 View Post
    After the shit that's been pulled in many-o-manga, I'm very surprised you're so adamant on this.
    Adamant on what exactly? I'm simply reiterating what's already been laid out by the author. Something that shippers desperately try to deny for whatever reason.

    Count how many characters are in the series and tell me how many are single.
    The majority of them are and have been (from what we've seen) for a long time.
    Quote Originally Posted by EA575 View Post
    (Hmm, doesn't really sound so off...)
    And Goku still doesn't understand the concept of love. The love for fighting, perhaps.
    Just because the manga didn't focus on it, doesn't mean that it wasn't there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King Cannon View Post
    Blackbeard will be beaten by random kids talking about their their dreams.

    Isn't that obvious?
    Oh God that was a terrible ending.

    Not even Myotismon deserved that.
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    Someone married their stepmom and then got murdered?
    Sounds like he used a monkey paw to make a porno story come true.
    Then the curse of the paw eventually killed him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobodyman View Post
    Uhh...what does Hitchcock have to do with The Twilight Zone?
    My bad, I was thinking of some of the intros to Twilight Zone and also thought of Htichcock and some of the intros he did (its his voice! I remember) at same time and meshed the two into one

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    What the hell man...

    http://imgur.com/a/XKwJ4#0
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    I've often wondered about that myself; seems like being supported by people who only want you there so the world can end in fire (with you going to Hell in the process) would be somewhat off-putting
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrogGar View Post
    U

    Did I miss this part (was it stated?) or is it symbolism i didn't get?
    You misread my post. That's how I interpreted the situation and will continue to interpret it, even if the movie or supplemental materials later say that Lee and Tenten aren't a couple and that Lee married some random villager (or picked up a random kid and is doing what Guy did).

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    Just read the final chapter, fell quite far behind around 30-40 chapters. Just got so bored of the Madara/Obito fight which later turned into /Kaguya.
    Kaguya was odd, barely consider her in actual character in the series but the fight was actually far more entertaining than the Madara/Obito stuff. Prehaps because Kisihi got rid of all the extra clutter and finally stopped the power up cycle.
    Anyway the finale was quite enjoyable.

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    Default Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    Not sure if anyone noticed yet, but the tribute Oda made has another message that my wife pointed out. Read the first letters of each of the shop signs left to right:



    NA-RU-TO OTSU-KARE SAN-DE-SHI-TA

    "Good job, Naruto!"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey D. Destiny View Post
    What the hell man...

    http://imgur.com/a/XKwJ4#0
    I never thought there would be so many people getting so worked up about something so stupid.
    While some of those are funny, others are so delusional that itīs scary. Some of those people need help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shift View Post
    NA-RU-TO OTSU-KARE SAN-DE-SHI-TA

    "Good job, Naruto!"
    It was posted some pages ago, but thanks for putting it here anyway for anyone that may have missed it the first time.

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    Default Re: Burrito Thread XI: The End? I still don't believe it!

    I'm curious what Kishimoto will do now. I'm pretty sure anything he writes will sell, but having your greatest achievement forever hanging over your shoulder can be a gift and a curse. Still, even if he never wrote anything else he would still be great. Naruto was pretty much the only series since Dragonball Z to entertain such a mainstream role in a medium that is generally a niche item, and there probably won't be anything to replace it for at least a few years. Now it can go and rest with the other cultural monoliths of the 2000s. Its been a fun and entertaining ride, but as with Harry Potter, even the greatest series have to eventually end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shift View Post
    Not sure if anyone noticed yet, but the tribute Oda made has another message that my wife pointed out. Read the first letters of each of the shop signs left to right:

    http://i999.mangapanda.com/one-piece...ce-5283133.jpg

    NA-RU-TO OTSU-KARE SAN-DE-SHI-TA

    "Good job, Naruto!"
    Ooooh. Actually now that I see it. I guess that's why that other person's face was blocked. Naruto having a last meal with Luffy is kinda nice. I found the cover odd at a glance. Now it makes sense.

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