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OPM is getting season 2 in 2017 which is very confusing because Madhouse never makes sequels.
Not sure if the final ep, but should be the final battle, unless interrupted by flashbacks.
too much chibi/moe stuff
that about sums up any anime season.
@Yugure sorry, Yugu.
I actually started watching Hunter x Hunter (2011) yesterday because I wanted to do it for quite a while and this season does look kinda bare, at least compared to the previous one.
You all know what to do.
Also look at this One Punch Man/Tiger & Bunny rip-off called To Be Hero.
@Xyopq I'm going to assume that Kubo didn't plan on ending the manga yet and was forced to wrap it up by Shounen Jump. I don't know what kind of relationship he has with his publishers, maybe they did want him to drag the plot and milk the series and then they suddenly decided that they wanted to finish it. Or it could have been Kubo just trolling us as usual, we won't know for sure.
That being said, I still enjoyed the series and Bleach is my favorite from the Big Three, especially its anime adaptation. Loved the artstyle and character design and soundtrack and epic fights, I think it deserved more time for the ending. But oh well, it's been a good journey.
I will necro this thread because I have no desire to create a new one. The manga ended a little less than month ago and they've announced a motion picture adaptation. No animated sequels planned and since the manga is done it's unlikely that there will ever be one, although crazier things have happened but the chances are really slim at this point to put it mildly.
The stuff that we got in the manga ending is fine, but there are quite a few things left hanging, such as some of the characters that are left at the brink of death last time we saw them and now we have no idea what happened to them. I really wish Kubo focused on that instead of all the shipping that he kinda said he didn't want to include. At the end of the day, all we got is the same story as Naruto's ending with tons of angry shippers burning their manga volumes and merchandise over a stupid pairing that they fantasized about.
This is so sad.
Catching up on narutard and over nine thousand filler-flashbacks later Itachi feels are still too strong.
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans is a black comedy point-and-click adventure video game under development by Blizzard Entertainment, set in the Warcraft universe, and cancelled before its release.
Four or five months after Blizzard had released Battle.net and Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal had shipped back in 1996, Blizzard began development on Lord of the Clans, that would be cancelled just over a year later. The official reason being that the game wasn't up to Blizzard's standards of quality. But on 9th September this year, 18 years later, it was leaked on the warcraft fansite scrollsoflore by a user Reidor who participated in the game testing.
The game is about 95% finished, the main bugs being in the audio files and cutscenes.
The company Animation Magic (an American company with a 100% owned subsidiary located in St. Petersburg, Russia) was tasked to produce the twenty-two minutes of fully animated sequences, the game's artwork, the coding of the engine and the implementation of the sound effects. Blizzard provided all the designs, the world backgrounds, sound recording and ensured storyline continuity.
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