How come battle shounen endings are always shit?
FMA brotherhood and HxH did not.
Not always shit. Try Double Arts.
The end of Kinnikuman is very good
I wish for hiatus to end instead.
I hate you
If you count parts and not entire series
Jojo Pt 2 and Pokespec's RGB arc were wonderful endings.
Gash bell had a great ending.
Endings are difficult, especially in a story with bad writing.
>We already said our goodbyes
Question about the manga
Did the quality went to shit after Greed Island or is it just me? All I see is rushed doodles.
Togashi is a lazy asshole who phones in some of his chapter if he ever gets to making them.
it recovers only to get shitty again
How's it shit? It wasn't amazing by any stretch, but calling it downright "shit" is harsh.
Greed Island is a mediocre arc at best
Togashi puts his writing to work in the chimera ant arc.
All shonens are pretty much garbage, the stories get dragged on until the imagination slowly fades. I hate to admit it this but I thought the ending to a shonen I actually used to like is terrible now. KHR
Stop reminding me that Jump's editors can't do their jobs and that Nisekoi exists.
DBZ ending is pretty epic
That's probably the only example I know of a battle shounen that didn't have a shit ending.
Togashi is a lazy asshole.
You know, I used to believe this, but then I thought about it and... well, given on how shitty Jump's weekly format is and considering that Togashi is the only one from the Dragon Ball era still publishing in there (Takehiko Inoue and others just got away after getting fame and finishing their respective works. Nobuhiro Watsuki tried something nice with Busou Renkin, but in the end, it was better for him to go to another Shueisha Jump magazine.), that maybe Togashi just got some special deal or something.
Naruto is ending. Besides One Piece and HxH, Weekly Shounen Jump doesn't have any other big title. Just cancellations after cancellations so far.
How many anime adaptations will Berserk and Hunter x Hunter need besides the ones they already have?