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It's Shounen. It's mainstream. It's been shown on Cartoon Network. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that /a/ therefore has to hate it.
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Manga's good.
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Favorite show. Still has my favorite fights too.
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I can't hate it... It did bring us Saito and Hiko.
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I hate the anime because it was a pile of shit.

Actually, I wasn't aware that this aired on Cartoon Network. Consider my hate for it increased.
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It's hard to hate it like /a/ hates naruto, because it is really good, and that's not just fangirls' opinion.
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Second Arc rocked hard.
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>>11326362

Come on now, the anime had its moments. Sadly, CN making Shishio say "hades" instead of "hell" wasn't one of them.
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How can you hate the originator of the katana vacuum wave that can slice through tanks?
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Deffinitely one of the more educational shonens out there. Actually referenced real history from the time period and the technique in swordsmanship.
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Despite the overwhelming dumb of that move, I have to call bullshit on that statement.

There have been dozens of katana supermoves before that one in other series. Kenshin didn't do anything but add them into a series that's supposed to be historical fiction, which makes idiot fanboys take it as Gods Honest Truth.
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Only good thing is the FUTAE NO KIWAMI meme.



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