At least he actually continues his series
Probably not. But he is definitely the one that makes me laugh whenever I see his face.
I know right now as I type this post he is probably at home fucking around doing some dumb shit.
No, he draws weird spooky things and i like them.
>Quilge/Kirge's assimilated Vollstandig with Ayon
>Everything about As Nodt
>Now Axis-Nigger is getting spoopy
I know I shouldn't enjoy Bleach, but it's my guilty pleasure, just on character designs alone
I am imcapable of disliking most of the women he creates
At least his art is good and he's decent with overall character design but he can't do plot for shit.
Fuck that, I hate him for making Greed Island and the Chimera Ant arc and the fucking Reddit-tier fanbase it spawned. Also what was his issue on making every character a trap? I had no idea that the entire Zoldyck family consisted nothing but boys.
Why the fuck do people keep praising this shitty hack? Yu Yu Hakusho's writing turned into absolute shit at the end of the Sensui arc causing the series to get cancelled not long after. Everyone blames the series' cancellation on his poor health at the time, but the story was literally going nowhere at that point. And don't get me started on Hiatus x Hiatus and its chicken scratch artwork.
Fucking this. Hunter x Hunter has easily the most pretentious fanbase that I've ever seen for a shonen manga. One-Piece used to be just as bad but they've mellowed out after realizing that Oda's not as good as they thought he was after Dressrosa.
And what the fuck happened to JoJo's fanbase? Ever since the Stardust Crusaders anime the JoJo fanbase has literally turned into /co/mblr.
>Shit manga sells lots of copies
>Guess its not shit anymore
This logic doesn't work. Lots of crap stuff sells well because people have bad taste. Generally the worst stuff is easiest to digest by casual and then they go around recommending it like its the holy bible.
Kubo posting was at its peak when
Started dying after all those years though.
Well generally you don't become so popular by being the "absolute worst", just like McDonalds is far from being the "absolute worst" thing you could possibly eat. Mainstream, shallow, bad, yeah sure, but "worst" is too heavy of a word.
>What is wrong with that though ?
Nothing. It's just the usual asspain from Narutards who have nothing to refute Naruto's shittiness, so deflects criticism on Bleach/One Piece.
>Kubo posting was at its peak when
>Started dying after all those years though.
That's because it got adopted by /b/ and turned into pure cancer right around the time /b/tards started baiting landwhale shipperfags to post in Bleach threads. The threads have never been the same since, with the only Bleach OC looking like regurgitated reddit faggotry.
>The threads have never been the same since, with the only Bleach OC looking like regurgitated reddit faggotry.
it doesn't help said threads are just a circlejerk for two tripfags now, who legitimately try to defend bleach shitty points, instead of just enjoying kubo's clusterfucker for what it is.
He was decent, back when every character didn't suffer from sameface. And posting Rukia is low blow, her post time skip design is bland and the haircut makes even less sense than before. At least she has nice gloves.
>the fucking Reddit-tier fanbase it spawned
>Hunter x Hunter has easily the most pretentious fanbase that I've ever seen for a shonen manga
That's not Togashi's fault, though. The fanbase started to rotten significantly after the airing of the Madhouse adaptation.
> causing the series to get cancelled not long after
Why the fuck would they cancel one of their best selling series? Maybe YYH's writing declined heavily during the last arc, but that's not enough to get your series cancelled. See >>133893648
>And what the fuck happened to JoJo's fanbase? Ever since the Stardust Crusaders anime the JoJo fanbase has literally turned into /co/mblr.
Nah man, those are just some few shitposters that come to post dank memes because much
JoJo and HxH were perfect fodder for the autistic WSJ crowd, but they escaped for ages because they didn't have any real Western presence in the 2000s, and those fanbases don't tend to look beyond the most surface-level stuff. Then they got long anime, which tipped those people off that they existed, and it was all over.