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7th Apr '18 5:41:13 PM nombretomado
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** Much less {{egregious}} in the remake, ''Anime/DragonballKai'', though it still has its share of monologues. The amount of pointless chattering removed is truly amazing.

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** Much less {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} in the remake, ''Anime/DragonballKai'', though it still has its share of monologues. The amount of pointless chattering removed is truly amazing.
10th Mar '18 2:45:42 AM jormis29
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** It seems that this trope is either Kazuki Takahashi's fault or the writers got much better at pacing the duels as most examples of this trope is confined to whenever Yugi (the protagonist of the first series) appeared. Its other three sequels ([[Anime/YuGiOh5Ds 5Ds]], [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal ZEXAL]] and [[Anime/YuGiOhArcV Arc-V]]) tends to mostly follow the length set in GX. The only exception is season of 5Ds, which is usually about 3-4 episodes per duels, which is still ''much'' shorter than the original series.

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** It seems that this trope is either Kazuki Takahashi's Creator/KazukiTakahashi's fault or the writers got much better at pacing the duels as most examples of this trope is confined to whenever Yugi (the protagonist of the first series) appeared. Its other three sequels ([[Anime/YuGiOh5Ds 5Ds]], [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal ZEXAL]] and [[Anime/YuGiOhArcV Arc-V]]) tends to mostly follow the length set in GX. The only exception is season of 5Ds, which is usually about 3-4 episodes per duels, which is still ''much'' shorter than the original series.
7th Feb '18 8:48:17 AM mariofan1000
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26th Jan '18 3:10:41 PM Korados
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A fair bit of {{anime}} is adapted from manga, its print cousin. There are good things and bad things about this.

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A fair bit of {{anime}} is adapted from manga, {{manga}}, its print cousin. There are good things and bad things about this.



In addition, the {{anime}} industry works on a hurried schedule, with [[CriticalStaffingShortage staffs]] and [[NoBudget budgets]] small enough to make American producers cringe. They are expected to turn popular manga into [[LongRunner long running]] series, and one of the biggest costs in both time and money comes from animating dynamic action sequences.

As a result, characters in {{anime}} derived from manga tend to talk a lot.

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In addition, the {{anime}} anime industry works on a hurried schedule, with [[CriticalStaffingShortage staffs]] and [[NoBudget budgets]] small enough to make American producers cringe. They are expected to turn popular manga into [[LongRunner long running]] series, and one of the biggest costs in both time and money comes from animating dynamic action sequences.

As a result, characters in {{anime}} anime derived from manga tend to talk a lot.
27th Dec '17 9:59:46 PM MBG
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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''WebVideo/DragonzballP'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other down and making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.

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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''WebVideo/DragonzballP'', ''WebAnimation/DragonzballP'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other down and making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.
27th Dec '17 9:59:11 PM MBG
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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa5aQb3YGE Dragonzball P]]'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other down and making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.

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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa5aQb3YGE Dragonzball P]]'', ''WebVideo/DragonzballP'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other down and making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.
27th Dec '17 9:55:24 PM MBG
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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa5aQb3YGE Dragonzball P]]'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.

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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa5aQb3YGE Dragonzball P]]'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other down and making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.
27th Dec '17 9:54:50 PM MBG
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** This trope was parodied mercilessly in the video ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa5aQb3YGE Dragonzball P]]'', where the battle is so consumed by [[ViewersAreMorons clunky exposition]], [[BlindIdiotTranslation childish and incoherent banter]], and [[DeathGlare characters staring each other making funny faces]], that the actual fight consists of [[AntiClimax one second of]] [[WimpFight Goku lightly slapping Vegeta]], at which the latter falls over and announces his defeat.



%%** Just watch/read the fight between Kurotsuchi and Szayel. Just... do it.

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%%** Just watch/read the ** The fight between Kurotsuchi and Szayel. Just... do it.Szayel is a particular offender; the two of them are {{Mad Scientist}}s, so they more or less spend the entire fight just staring at each other and explaining all their countermeasures.
29th Aug '17 3:37:40 PM Reymma
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* Being a deconstruction of the FightingSeries PlayedForLaughs, ''Manga/MutekiKanbanMusume'' played this trope so straight it could be a parody at episode 2B: Kankuro and Miki are less than ten meters apart before their fight. Then Kankuro begins to run towards Miki to attack her, and [[CallingYourAttacks he manages to imitate the voice over of a local train before fighting]]. Miki stays immobile while [[ToThePain she begins to imitate the voiceover of a bullet train]] and adopts an AssKickingPose. Then she begins to run towards Kankuro. [[CombatCommentator Akihiko desperately cries to Kankuro to stop]]. Kankuro manages to answer that [[UpToEleven he will increase the power]]. [[InactionSequence Miki and Kankuro take one minute and ten seconds running into themselves a distance of less than ten meters]]. [[RuleOfCool And it's epic]].

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* Being a deconstruction of the FightingSeries PlayedForLaughs, ''Manga/MutekiKanbanMusume'' played this trope so straight it could be a parody at episode 2B: Kankuro and Miki are less than ten meters apart before their fight. Then Kankuro begins to run towards Miki to attack her, and [[CallingYourAttacks he manages to imitate the voice over of a local train before fighting]]. Miki stays immobile while [[ToThePain she begins to imitate the voiceover of a bullet train]] and adopts an AssKickingPose. Then she begins to run towards Kankuro. [[CombatCommentator Akihiko desperately cries to Kankuro to stop]]. Kankuro manages to answer that [[UpToEleven he will increase the power]]. [[InactionSequence Miki and Kankuro take one minute and ten seconds running into themselves a distance of less than ten meters]].meters. [[RuleOfCool And it's epic]].
6th Apr '17 3:45:55 PM TheBigBopper
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In addition, the {{anime}} industry works on a hurried schedule, with staffs and [[NoBudget budgets]] small enough to make American producers cringe. They are expected to turn popular manga into [[LongRunner long running]] series, and one of the biggest costs in both time and money comes from animating dynamic action sequences.

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In addition, the {{anime}} industry works on a hurried schedule, with staffs [[CriticalStaffingShortage staffs]] and [[NoBudget budgets]] small enough to make American producers cringe. They are expected to turn popular manga into [[LongRunner long running]] series, and one of the biggest costs in both time and money comes from animating dynamic action sequences.
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