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It's been a few years since I finished the series, but I'll never forget the bitter feeling in my heart after I read chapter 76. Part one was so good, and then Part 2 was okay and then the ending just came out of nowhere and now I feel kinda upset again.

Can't trust those Kishimoto bros..
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Shiki.

In my opinion, that ending was not acceptable. It had no closure what so ever.
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BeyondTheGrave007 wrote:

Shiki.

In my opinion, that ending was not acceptable. It had no closure what so ever.


what happen in the ending?
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I meant to quote the post about 666/O-parts. I never read that one cause the name put me off, but i saw some random panels a while back and the drawing/artwork looked really good. Looked a lot like naruto



Anyway i feel like the ending to bleach is being rushed.
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Wgreen684 wrote:

I meant to quote the post about 666/O-parts. I never read that one cause the name put me off, but i saw some random panels a while back and the drawing/artwork looked really good. Looked a lot like naruto



Anyway i feel like the ending to bleach is being rushed.


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First two that came to mind are GANTZ and Tokyo Ghoul.

Not rushed in a sense that they were stopped 'early', but that the endings themselves seemed to come out of nowhere with a shitload of unanswered questions and a general feeling of dissatisfaction. Sad because I love those two series a lot, especially GANTZ, but my god...the ending was just so...ARRGGH! *Takes pill*
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Gamer3X wrote:

Its not actually the ending of SAO. But...





This right here for me as well!
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Wgreen684 wrote:

I meant to quote the post about 666/O-parts. I never read that one cause the name put me off, but i saw some random panels a while back and the drawing/artwork looked really good. Looked a lot like naruto



Haha yeah, I was a little hesitant at first too, but it was a pretty interesting story (part 1 was especially well done). And the reason the art looks similar is probably because the creators of Naruto and OP Hunter are twins. I remember an interview with one of them where they said they used to draw together when they were younger and that they had been inspired by a lot of the same things growing up.
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zarakijorge wrote:

First two that came to mind are GANTZ and Tokyo Ghoul.

Not rushed in a sense that they were stopped 'early', but that the endings themselves seemed to come out of nowhere with a shitload of unanswered questions and a general feeling of dissatisfaction. Sad because I love those two series a lot, especially GANTZ, but my god...the ending was just so...ARRGGH! *Takes pill*


Don't take that pill
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Baximus wrote:

Akame ga Kiru relevant


They literally butchered the anime for no good reason. They had plenty of source material to go on, but insisted on killing a good thing with a sawed off shotgun to the face.
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I hope "Is this Girl for Real!?" doesn't get a rushed ending since it's ending soon, despite them wanting to continue for 10-20 more volumes.
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Monster-Man wrote:

I hope "Is this Girl for Real!?" doesn't get a rushed ending since it's ending soon, despite them wanting to continue for 10-20 more volumes.


hell companies doesn't want a unique and fresh manga...... so idk
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Let's define a "rushed" ending as one that leaves significant plot holes unanswered.

I've seen three reasons for good manga getting rushed endings:

1) The publisher axes a manga WAY too before its story has run its course: Tora Kiss and Double Arts are probably the two manga that I've read which had the most potential and died a death way before their time.

2) The mangaka gets bored or feels trapped by the universe he/she has created, and just ends the series prematurely: A.I. Love You (mangaka had another idea, which became Love Hina) and Kagami no Kuni (mangaka decided apparently that he had written himself into an uninteresting corner) are probably the two worst examples of that type that I've read.

3) The mangaka had plenty of chapters to give the manga a good run, but wasted too much time on filler or unnecessary melodrama: GE: Good Ending and My Little Monster are both pretty egregious examples of this.

In other words, sometimes it's the publisher's fault (for axing promising series)... but often it's the mangaka's fault, either for wanting to move on to another project, or for not managing their time well.
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mnmike wrote:

Let's define a "rushed" ending as one that leaves significant plot holes unanswered.

I've seen three reasons for good manga getting rushed endings:

1) The publisher axes a manga WAY too before its story has run its course: Tora Kiss and Double Arts are probably the two manga that I've read which had the most potential and died a death way before their time.

2) The mangaka gets bored or feels trapped by the universe he/she has created, and just ends the series prematurely: A.I. Love You (mangaka had another idea, which became Love Hina) and Kagami no Kuni (mangaka decided apparently that he had written himself into an uninteresting corner) are probably the two worst examples of that type that I've read.

3) The mangaka had plenty of chapters to give the manga a good run, but wasted too much time on filler or unnecessary melodrama: GE: Good Ending and My Little Monster are both pretty egregious examples of this.

In other words, sometimes it's the publisher's fault (for axing promising series)... but often it's the mangaka's fault, either for wanting to move on to another project, or for not managing their time well.


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