History Gush / Bleach

13th Jun '15 6:44:09 PM Prfnoff
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** Speaking of that author, his previous series, ''ZombiePowder'', showed off the same immensely entertaining near-overload of snark and awesome that the first few volumes of ''Bleach'' did while ending soon enough to evade the standard shonen decay into a generic action series that gripped its little brother. Yay for actually ending a series, especially with a characterization climax instead of a plot one.
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** Speaking of that author, his previous series, ''ZombiePowder'', ''Manga/ZombiePowder'', showed off the same immensely entertaining near-overload of snark and awesome that the first few volumes of ''Bleach'' did while ending soon enough to evade the standard shonen decay into a generic action series that gripped its little brother. Yay for actually ending a series, especially with a characterization climax instead of a plot one.
17th Apr '15 8:11:31 AM Ego-Man25
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* Out of the 3 Shonen Leaders right now, i think Bleach has by far the best action. Not to mention that the humor is much more complex and the characters are well fleshed out. Unfortunately, Fillers have bad timing issues. I'll never forgive the Uluquiorra fight for being interrupted like that.
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* Out of the 3 Shonen Leaders right now, i think Bleach has by far the best action. Not to mention that the humor is much more complex and the characters are well fleshed out. Unfortunately, Fillers have bad timing issues. I'll never forgive the Uluquiorra fight for being interrupted like that.that. * Just starting this show, and already I decree: Bleach FTW! Ichigo makes a refreshingly original {{Shonen}} hero, one who ''isn't'' a [[IdiotHero dumbass]] for once; not to mention, his theme, [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1lsn2tT5yTc Number One.]] The other characters are top notch, the action can get insane, and honestly, since I'm going on a filler-free run, I'm watching the show of a lifetime. So in short, Bleach is good. Like, ''really'' good.
3rd Feb '13 5:17:21 PM ShadowHog
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I have no idea which FMA you mean, so I'm gonna err with the one that came first
* Aww, nothing for Manga/{{Bleach}} yet? I love that show. It is one of my two main obsessions at the moment, along with FullMetalAlchemist. The protagonist actually has layers to his characters rather than the InvincibleHero. And in that vein, he actually LOSES once in a while. The whole idea of the Soul Society is genius really. I love the fact that that's supposed to represent heaven, and it actually produces a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism more realistic version of the world]] than Karakura Town itself, what with the Soul Reapers of Seireitei that despite their claims to honor, live like kings as compared to those in the Rukongai/Rukon District. Even so, much love to the Soul Reapers too, especially Ukitake... and Byakuya... and Renji... and... Despite their use of LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, almost all of them have depth and a distinct personality and a usually, a history too. ^_^ Not to mention Uryu Ishida is epic, epic win.
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* Aww, nothing for Manga/{{Bleach}} yet? I love that show. It is one of my two main obsessions at the moment, along with FullMetalAlchemist.Manga/FullmetalAlchemist. The protagonist actually has layers to his characters rather than the InvincibleHero. And in that vein, he actually LOSES once in a while. The whole idea of the Soul Society is genius really. I love the fact that that's supposed to represent heaven, and it actually produces a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism more realistic version of the world]] than Karakura Town itself, what with the Soul Reapers of Seireitei that despite their claims to honor, live like kings as compared to those in the Rukongai/Rukon District. Even so, much love to the Soul Reapers too, especially Ukitake... and Byakuya... and Renji... and... Despite their use of LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, almost all of them have depth and a distinct personality and a usually, a history too. ^_^ Not to mention Uryu Ishida is epic, epic win.
11th Nov '12 8:27:30 AM Oreochan
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* Aww, nothing for {{Bleach}} yet? I love that show. It is one of my two main obsessions at the moment, along with FullMetalAlchemist. The protagonist actually has layers to his characters rather than the InvincibleHero. And in that vein, he actually LOSES once in a while. The whole idea of the Soul Society is genius really. I love the fact that that's supposed to represent heaven, and it actually produces a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism more realistic version of the world]] than Karakura Town itself, what with the Soul Reapers of Seireitei that despite their claims to honor, live like kings as compared to those in the Rukongai/Rukon District. Even so, much love to the Soul Reapers too, especially Ukitake... and Byakuya... and Renji... and... Despite their use of LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, almost all of them have depth and a distinct personality and a usually, a history too. ^_^ Not to mention Uryu Ishida is epic, epic win.
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* Aww, nothing for {{Bleach}} Manga/{{Bleach}} yet? I love that show. It is one of my two main obsessions at the moment, along with FullMetalAlchemist. The protagonist actually has layers to his characters rather than the InvincibleHero. And in that vein, he actually LOSES once in a while. The whole idea of the Soul Society is genius really. I love the fact that that's supposed to represent heaven, and it actually produces a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism more realistic version of the world]] than Karakura Town itself, what with the Soul Reapers of Seireitei that despite their claims to honor, live like kings as compared to those in the Rukongai/Rukon District. Even so, much love to the Soul Reapers too, especially Ukitake... and Byakuya... and Renji... and... Despite their use of LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, almost all of them have depth and a distinct personality and a usually, a history too. ^_^ Not to mention Uryu Ishida is epic, epic win.
13th Jun '12 11:10:52 AM Miky617
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*** This troper actually enjoys the increasing amount of Narm, Ham and Cheese, and madness that make up the later half of Bleach. it's a cheesy show, but cheesy in a good way, and the character designs and fight choreographics still are superb to nearly any contemporary Shonen series.
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*** This troper actually enjoys the increasing amount of Narm, Ham and Cheese, and madness that make up the later half of Bleach. it's a cheesy show, but cheesy in a good way, and the character designs and fight choreographics still are superb to nearly any contemporary Shonen series.series. * Out of the 3 Shonen Leaders right now, i think Bleach has by far the best action. Not to mention that the humor is much more complex and the characters are well fleshed out. Unfortunately, Fillers have bad timing issues. I'll never forgive the Uluquiorra fight for being interrupted like that.
8th Jun '12 8:09:07 AM Dingjun
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*** This troper finds the new Fullbring Arc to be a refreshing new addition to the series, such that even the haters who claim the manga has lost its touch will be convinced to stick around and see where it goes. So many unpredictable elements, so exciting!
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*** This troper finds the new Fullbring Arc to be a refreshing new addition to the series, such that even the haters who claim the manga has lost its touch will be convinced to stick around and see where it goes. So many unpredictable elements, so exciting!exciting! *** This troper actually enjoys the increasing amount of Narm, Ham and Cheese, and madness that make up the later half of Bleach. it's a cheesy show, but cheesy in a good way, and the character designs and fight choreographics still are superb to nearly any contemporary Shonen series.
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