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sebthehokage

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    Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Fairy Tail and the list goes on
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    Naruto, Sasuke, Zero Two, Minato, Kufa, Meliodas, Ban, Natsu, Grey, Erza, Asta, Yuno, Mimosa, Noelle and many more.

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  1. I've learned again to appreciate it Naruto in it's entirety. It's not just solely a zero to hero type of story, but it addresses the most fundamental problems in our world today like hatred, how we respond to it and it's how we choose to respond that in turn affects others.
  2. Okay guys before we get into this let me set the ground rules. Yuji doesn’t have access to cursed energy Asta doesn’t have access to his demon form or his swords and grimoire. Both characters are extremely strong with Yuji just being naturally physically gifted and Asta being as strong as he is through his hard work and continual progress and effort.
  3. For those of you who have watched the Attack on Titan anime, or read the manga you can agree with me that the series in its entirety is a masterpiece from start to finish. The show addresses many of the darker themes and aspects of life which are applicable in our world today such as war, bigotry, pain, suffering and other forms of hatred and injustices that are ever-present throughout the story’s continually evolving plot. Although the plot of Attack on Titan may encompass all of these different issues they are all intertwined, and the one crucial similarity among all of these different themes is the perception of reality, and how it shapes our perspective and our view of the world around us as well as what we perceive to be true and just. Initially the story of Attack on Titan is told through the perspective of the young, and idealistic protagonist Eren Jaegar whose main objective is to save humanity from what he believes to be the brink of extinction from Titans who for some unknown reason wish to entirely eradicate humanity. As he continues to travel and work alongside the Scouts, the expedition team tasked with uncovering the secrets of the Titans and saving humanity, he eventually comes to learn along with his partners that they have been incorrect and misinformed concerning the state of world affairs which has consequently led to them being isolated from the rest of the world on Paradis Island. This revelation is so crucial because it forces Eren, the Scouts, and the rest of humanity on Paradis to question who the real enemy they have been fighting all this time truly is as their main issue is no longer defending themselves against the threat of Titans, but now striving for peace and acceptance in society while bearing the scorn of a modern world that despises them as a result of their people’s history and because of their ethnic differences. The circumstances of those from other nations of the world are similar to those on Paradis in the sense that they have been indoctrinated with propaganda about the inhabitants of the island, and believe that their fears and feelings of superiority because of their race provide them with a justifiable excuse to commit genocide against them. Eventually during the story’s conclusion the world as a whole begins to move toward building peaceful relations with one another as well as understanding after coming to realize their fears were irrational and that regardless of differences they are all human beings. The inability to understand and respect differences between people is what sows confusion and hatred in the minds of others, and it is an issue that is especially present in our world today. This lack of understanding only creates tensions, and perpetuates unending cycles of fear and hatred which can lead to conflict and result in nothing pain, sorrow, and unnecessary bloodshed, which I believe is one of the key underlying messages Isayama was trying to get across to his viewers through the series. Overall this series is very enjoyable and I was enthralled from the moment I began it, and I would highly recommend adding it to your watchlist if you have had reservations about getting into it.
  4. I think I speak for most people when I say Chainsaw Man is an elite new generation anime, and the manga has been one of the most enjoyable I have ever read. Over the course of two years it has already sold over nine million copies of its manga and with the anime premiering on June 27th it’s popularity will most likely continue to skyrocket. The overall writing and the characters are amazing and albeit you can say that the plot might be somewhat cliche, and how similar the origin story is in the beginning in comparison to other shonen anime, it has its own uniqueness and each of the characters has their own distinct personality that overall makes it exciting and enjoyable to watch. Personally I’m excited for the sequel to the manga to be released and for the anime to come out this summer as well, and if you haven’t seen or heard of it I’d highly recommend reading it or having the anime on your watch list and personally I’d give it a 10/10.
  5. Okay so I want to address this and see what you guys think. Having seen the first season of Demon Slayer and read all of the volumes for the Chainsaw Man Manga I can confidently say that so far Chainsaw Man has the better characters, and better plot and it’s better written. Demon Slayer is good in it’s own right but even so I just think that Chainsaw man is superior in every aspect but how do you guys feel? Remember this is a debate club so feel free to express your opinions.
  6. @Irsich To be honest it could be about anything. I have a YouTube channel called AnimeCommentary where I review and rate anime, individual characters and I also do versus battles and power scaling on there too so pretty much anything goes in this club too as long as you’re respectful and not toxic when others are stating their opinions in debating you then honestly it could be on anything whether it’s power scaling or whether a show or character is written well or not. @gabe07j I’ll be sure to add you when I can and I hope you guys enjoy the club spread the word.
  7. To anyone who sees this I’m probably going to create an anime power scaling and debate club on here. The rules are we can discuss who would win in certain verses scenarios and we can make it professional and provide general statistics to determine who would win. However in order to join you’ve got to be respectful when it comes to other people present other facts or their own opinions we don’t need any toxicity. So yeah if you want to join just let me know.
  8. So if you guys have ever seen Assassin’s Pride and the Quintessential Quintuplets if some of you are unaware they are both getting second seasons. Assassin’s Pride is getting a second season in 2021 and the Quintuplets get theirs in October 2020. What are your thoughts on both shows how would you rank them and are you excited for a second season. If you haven’t seen them I’d personally recommend watching them because I thought they were pretty good and I feel most people would probably enjoy watching them.
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