How do you feel about Beet coming back? Do you even know what it is? Because it's one of the action fantasy out there, coming back after a 10 years hiatus. Worth it for the world building alone. What a year has this been.
No, he was just sick.
Yours and mine both, yours and mine both.
Speaking of which, I played the DS game for this using the knowledge from the manga, and it was a pretty neat experience. Battles play a bit like Star Ocean 2, with 5 characters. You can recruit generics at the guild, but there's a MC, who can even build his own saiga, and the manga characters appear too.
Pretty floored honestly. I obviously haven't read it in 10+ years, and I can't remember where I left off. But the fact its coming back is pretty fucking cool, I'm sure when I decide to catch up I'll remember what the fuck was going on. I really liked the whole "rpg levels and exp is real" aspect of it, though since it was the first of that type I ever saw maybe I'm looking at it with rose-colored glasses.
I vaguely remember reading the first volume (Viz translation) in middle school and didn't bother to keep going after finding it was cancelled
Something about a kid with a spear and his qt girlfriend with knives hunting monster lords?
Well, he isn't wrong
> been waiting 8 years.
>first real manga.
>jacked off to Paula so much
>google Paula to post pic in thread
>she look like hell
She was better still in my memories.
I only know him from the Vattroller X game.
Beet is babby's first Hunter x Hunter. I still have all the English volumes and I enjoyed them quite a bit. Glad to see it's coming back. What kind of Japanese cold takes you out of work for 10 fucking years?
I thought it was a wrist problem originally and the writer going to work for Kamen Rider kept the project from getting any attention.
Glad things turned out better despite being worse than I thought.
>A Manga who have the most hiatus than Togashi and Miura combined are back
Holy fucking shit.
>Beet started in 2002
Jesus, I was convinced this was a 90's series when I read it years and years ago. It coming back is definitely a nice surprise, I hope it'll actually get discussion and stuff from here when it starts back up. It probably won't get an anime in the near future, so the threads should be relatively free from shitposters, since most probably wouldn't even recognize it.
Probably because the author duo's more prominent and famous work, Dragon Quest Dai's Adventure, was in fact a 90s series.
Memory of Beet and Dai kinda gets all murky due to their similarities.