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  • Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Joined Dec 22, 2011
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I am comment banned, so join me in Skype for anything you would like to talk about. Look for "Peter Malousis - ThatAnimeSnob"

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bergdoll May 31, 2012

I might remember wrong but didn't Melo and Near accept the fact that they need each other's help somewhere near the end?

Anyway, I was only interested in knowing what mistakes Yagami made. And if that's the only mistake on his behalf then I strongly disagree that he becomes stupid later on in the story.

skolnikc May 31, 2012

That was actually a "bomb." Calling that a nuclear device is a bit much. But, I do agree with you, and that is what we call a plot hole. And, guess what? Every story ever created has them. From the greates novel, to a cheesy ass anime. I especially don't expect something that's over 10 years running, and 600 + chapters to be completely free of plot holes. However it does have a surprisingly few amount. Lastly, saying that something is completely illogical or constantly lacks realism, because of one plot whole; is also illogical as fuck.

bergdoll May 31, 2012

Nothing else? It worked all the way up until the end so I guess you are refering to that one mistake that ruined Yagami's plan, and if that's the case then I don't think it's too much to expect from Mikami to follow that simple order.

Hellzblade May 30, 2012

Well maybe i'm misjudging,everything you commented on was all negative nothing good about the shows c'mon when it comes to it theres gotta be at least something you like about it to keep watching it you should probably show it some more

skolnikc May 30, 2012

As I said before, any story Shounen or not hardly kill off their "main characters" before the half way pont, we still over half of the damn story to go. Again though, it's not like character deaths make a good story. They can make it worse technically, if it's to mindless or slopily placed. And if the "nuclear explosion" you're talking about is Kuma on Thriller Bark or Franky in Dr' Vegapunks lab. Those can be explained simply. Kuma never wanted to kill any of them, which was the whole point of Zoro taking Luffy's pain, and him protecting their ship. All of that shit that he did to help them. And Franky, blew himself up; only to rebuild himself in a better way. I can't think of any other "nuclear" type explosions. Also it's a Shounen, action anime. No shit, there will be explosions, on massive proportions. Lastly, died by a breeze? Most of them get shot in the face, or some shit.