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Rave+One Piece = Fairy Tail
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Posted 3/27/09

azocar wrote:


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azocar wrote:

I was browsing some manga in the internet and saw this manga and saw this manga!!!! It's kinda look like one piece and when I saw this picture...

I saw the little guy which i forgot his name that is traveling with haru!!

DO you Think if this will become an anime will it become popular????


you mean plue??


Exactly!! thanks


hehe np^^ you should also check out the other works of this author~they are all quite nice^^
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Posted 3/27/09

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Misconceptions here, people.
Oda and Hiro were assistants to Nobuhiro Watsuki, aka the author of Rurouni Kenshin.
They both just have similar style because of that.


Neither of their styles reflects Kenshin though.

Actually, all three of their art styles are very similar. Or atleast, relatively similar.
It's just that the 3 have different character styles.
That's why you don't see much comparisons between Oda's work to Watsuki's. Or Hiro's work to Watsuki's.

The Hiro and Oda comparison is mostly due to the art style and also due to their stories.
Wacky heroes, wacky adventures, shonen, etc.
They just give off a smilar vibe, is all.
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Posted 3/27/09 , edited 3/27/09

Silfs wrote:


riavan wrote:


Silfs wrote:

Misconceptions here, people.
Oda and Hiro were assistants to Nobuhiro Watsuki, aka the author of Rurouni Kenshin.
They both just have similar style because of that.


Neither of their styles reflects Kenshin though.

Actually, all three of their art styles are very similar. Or atleast, relatively similar.
It's just that the 3 have different character styles.
That's why you don't see much comparisons between Oda's work to Watsuki's. Or Hiro's work to Watsuki's.

The Hiro and Oda comparison is mostly due to the art style and also due to their stories.
Wacky heroes, wacky adventures, shonen, etc.
They just give off a smilar vibe, is all.


Have you read monster hunter orange? The main character is pretty much a spot on copy of Luffy in both personality and art.
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Posted 3/27/09 , edited 3/27/09
ive read the manga so far its okay
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Posted 6/26/09
idk but i know i wont be watching it because im reading the manga of it
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Posted 6/27/09
hiro mashida DOES get his influnce from eiichro oda, so yeah you might say Rave+OP= Fairy Tail
Posted 6/27/09

azocar wrote:

I was browsing some manga in the internet and saw this manga and saw this manga!!!! It's kinda look like one piece and when I saw this picture...

I saw the little guy which i forgot his name that is traveling with haru!!

DO you Think if this will become an anime will it become popular????


Hmm, the artwork of the manga artists for one piece, and fair-tail/ravemaster are similar except the fairtail artist overall keeps body porportions more realistic and animations less, well... "one piece'ish".. Overall if you are putoff by one piece's art style and animation, their is still hope for you with this.
Posted 6/27/09

nohworryz wrote:

hiro mashida DOES get his influnce from eiichro oda, so yeah you might say Rave+OP= Fairy Tail


When you think about it, all this artworks' origin is from the creator of dragonball. Eiichro oda was inspired by the guy who made dragonball, and u can kind of see a few similarities that he carried over in his art, and then hira mashida took on a few aspects in his art from oda.
Posted 6/27/09 , edited 6/27/09

tenshinohanachan wrote:

The creator of Rave and Fairy Tail, Hiro Mashima, used to be the assistant of the author of One Piece (too lazy to find his name), and they're still friends till now, so I guess Mashima-sensei's art style was influenced by that guy. I'm a bigger fan of Mashima-sensei though, for some reason. Guess coz I don't really like One Piece much? Actually, I think Mashima-sensei's art is much more preferrable. But that's just an opinion.

I LOVE Fairy Tail! It's an incredible story. Besides Naruto and TRC, it's the manga update I look forward to every week.


In one piece they like to exadurate the body alot with extreem bending ect, and the artwork is similar. The difference is basically if you see a boat start going in one piece, it will get really fat then stretch and start going, where in fairy tail it will act like a boat that is not made out of some rubber. It's all the ammount of exaderation in artowork, mashim while similar in style, keeps the "Physics" per say, more down to earth.
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Posted 6/27/09

varnlestoff wrote:


nohworryz wrote:

hiro mashida DOES get his influnce from eiichro oda, so yeah you might say Rave+OP= Fairy Tail


When you think about it, all this artworks' origin is from the creator of dragonball. Eiichro oda was inspired by the guy who made dragonball, and u can kind of see a few similarities that he carried over in his art, and then hira mashida took on a few aspects in his art from oda.


tru that, tru that... but if you wanna think even deeper than that, EVERYBODY got a little influence from akira toriyama, who in turn was influenced by yoshiyaki kawajiri, who in turn took a little from buronson and tetsuo and on and on...etc. and they ALL looked up to Akira Kurosawa... in the end, all anime is influenced by all other anime in one way or another, big or small...
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Posted 3/22/10
Something tells me Fairy Tail is gonna be huge...

And the main protaginist does resemble Luffy in some ways...
Posted 3/22/10 , edited 3/22/10
Dragonball Z +YuYu Hakusho=Bleach What's your point?
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