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For the anime, bleach, because it ended for the manga, naruto, because it ended.

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One Piece
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Bleach, now. Fairy Tail is still the only good one of all of those things though.


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One Piece


Can go suck it...
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I like Naruto a lot more but I don't like either show as much as I used to.
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Bleach is very samey (the fights i mean. villain gets arrogant, is killed by deus ex Machina shinigami powers because of said arrogance) and naruto is constand chatter
and flashbacks about childhood friends being friends, then rivals, then one becomes Evil or something.



If i have to choose i would say Bleach because it has less fillers (and better action scenes), and those fillers has good opening and ending songs
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Naruto So much more interesting and fun to watch
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One Piece is better
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Wonder why is it always the "bleach or naruto" sort of question. There's many other better animes out there.

Used to watch both , but dumped them due to too many filler episodes.

But I'd give Naruto the win for the plot.
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bleach cuz aizen sama
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Yu Yu Hakusho
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When Bleach stuck to the manga, it was very good at times.

Otherwise, filler ruined this series.
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One Piece are just a series of extremely drawn out adventures wrapped up in a rather vague, played-by-ear plot

I guess you've never read/watched One Piece, at least to the point where you'd give the author, Eiichiro Oda, credit for the well-written plot. I can assure you that One Piece definitely does not have a "played-by-ear" plot, but rather quite the opposite.
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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
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Megascizor11 wrote:


One Piece are just a series of extremely drawn out adventures wrapped up in a rather vague, played-by-ear plot

I guess you've never read/watched One Piece, at least to the point where you'd give the author, Eiichiro Oda, credit for the well-written plot. I can assure you that One Piece definitely does not have a "played-by-ear" plot, but rather quite the opposite.


The series has gone on for long enough that it is difficult to believe that the author had everything from the beginning of the story to the point where it is at currently already planned out when it was first released. That is what I mean when I say "played-by-ear". It means the story is likely created in sections so to speak rather than having a clear layout from the start. This does not necessarily imply the story itself is poor. I simply find some of the more coherently crafted anime/manga stories to be those that are shorter, since the ones that are excessively long tend to suffer from that divided effect where the plots can be sectioned into individual sagas or arcs (adventures) tied together with often loose strings of plot connection here and there.

Now, perhaps I did not stay with One Piece long enough to delve into its greater plot. I finished Naruto (reluctantly) and have kept up with Bleach. I never read the One Piece manga and watched less than 100 episodes of the anime. By that point though I was already starting to feel that the series was being drawn out. However due to the story itself lasting for so long I do not believe it would change my opinion of it. Regardless of its overall plot I would likely still see it as a drawn out series of adventures with loose plot connections in key areas. It is the same way I feel about Bleach and Naruto despite both of them having overarching plots. Naruto, Bleach, and One Piece actually have interesting and thought-provoking story premises. I just think they continue on for too long to the point where the story is not as polished. I simply do not seem to enjoy extremely long anime/manga as much.
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