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  1. Yesssssss, finally, am I right? Haikyuu!! is one of my favorite anime, and I'm glad it's finally getting continued. Quick question: is the dub worth it as a rewatch?
  2. Honestly, such an ending would probably be painful... But knowing Oda, he could pull it off.
  3. Huh, this is interesting... To be honest, the possibility never occurred to me. Did the show/manga itself give you any specific reasons to think this?
  4. Got a few more (and I improved on my previous entry): 1) An anime about cannibals with tentacles and wings. 2) A show about killing naked people. 3) A show about avenging a cheeseburger. 4) A show (so far) about growing by destroying one's body. 5) A show about thieves helping people and making friends.
  5. Yeah, there's a VERY big possibility that I'm one hundred percent wrong, but, you know, just came to me...
  6. Hello, there! I'm a big fan of quality anime and manga. Some of my favorite anime would be Steins;Gate, Hunter X Hunter, Attack On Titan, My Hero Academia, Naruto Shipuuden, Haikyuu!!, and of course, Death Note. My hands down favorite manga of all time is One Piece (kinda annoyed by the anime), though Bakuman also holds a special place in my heart. Oh, and let's not forget Nisekoi, of course.
  7. Thanks for the opinions, guys, think I'll try it out sometime. Also, any word on when or if the dub will come out? Lately I find myself drifting towards dubs over subs.
  8. I second the Deku/Uravity ship. I also enjoyed Nisekoi, so I'll be adding Chitoge and Raku as well.
  9. An angry kid seeks eternal revenge on an entire race because one of them ate his cheeseburger.
  10. Okay, I might just give it a try... Now, another question: Is it worth watching?
  11. Well, I actually wouldn't be surprised if he had five blood siblings that nobody told him about. One Piece has a way of keeping information about people's families and relatives locked up tight until it sees fit.
  12. Not for children, per se, but for a sixteen year old? Is it as heavy as anime like Aot or Death Note, or American series like The Walking Dead?
  13. I haven't caught up in a while (this is a theory I came up with a while back), but I don't remember the series mentioning anything much about Luffy's blood relatives, except for his father.
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