Should I keep watching this? I only got to episode 16
No,I don't care about him, it's just the manga that took a nosedive after that point. We got the absolute shittiest arc of the series with Karasuma beating machine-gun dogs with his gaze,countless chapters of side characters no one cares about, a shit resolution of the chairman being "evil", and last the big reveal that sensei dindunuffing and the moon exploded by a fucking antimatter mouse.
I watched it for Karma-kun~
If you haven't enjoyed it until now, drop it.
The manga is better but I doubt you'll enjoy it since you dislike the anime so far. I personally enjoy it though I could understand why others wouldn't.
(another anon here) the problem is not is not the fact that he was defeated, the problem is that he was fucking easily defeated twice by an inexperienced middle-schooler. these children are what?
After the introduction of the computer girl, I watched the rest of the season because I didn't want to drop another anime. I didn't have fun, it's obvious that Koro-sensei isn't going to be assassinated, he's the good guy and there is a real villain yet to be shown.
I won't watch season 2.
>these children are what?
Is reading difficult for you?
They broke down the reason why he won those fights
Takaoka was a little bitch who didn't ever experience people actually trying to kill him for real.
Now,later on this hand clapping thing does get ridiculous,but that's another thing.
>Mary Sue/Gary Stu
Yep, you're the guy.
Have a (You).
Killua and Train, for example, are extremely talented killers (with many more years of experience than Nagisa), but it doesn't mean they get everything they want without any trouble or consequences. You're a conformist reader, anon.
>but other series are written differently
Killua healed Gon without a single consequence.
You don't think that the students train every fucking day?
Are you going to bring up Dragon Ball and bitch that the things in that manga don't happen in this one?
>You don't think that the students train every fucking day?
They are talented, so it is natural that they get everything without any problems.
They train every day, so it is natural that they get everything without any problems.
Conformist, as I said.
>they train and don't get everything they want
They wanted to beat the GoF and couldn't.
They wanted to save Koro-sensei's life and couldn't.
They don't get everything they want.