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AoT would be the masterpiece of maybe even the century, if the author was not a lazy hack.
But then it dropped its premise, and whatever mountains of good planning could not save it from editorial messing and a lazy author who can't write for shit.
Lets not forget it has the pacing of a 1 chapter per week shounen, while being published at a chapter a month.
Argh.
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Cool blog how do I subscirbe OP?
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upvoted for truth
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Actually, there aren't as many genuine Frodo plot holes in AoT as there are in other series. Such as, say, F/Z.
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>>100224924
F/Z was never perceived as serious, mate. It's over-the-top comedy of suffering, with Gil and Kirei as commentators akin to Statler and Waldorf, and some fantasy thrown in for colorful scenes.
Like Code Geass, but funnier. Urobutcher really knows how to make funny shit, Madoka was a top-notch comedy too.
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>>100225003
>Like Code Geass, but funnier. Urobutcher

Nah, F/Z is much more self-serious than that
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>>100225770
Self-serious? More like "self-serious".
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>>100224924
There are plot-holes in F/Z?



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