He's a really good writer, IMO. One of my favourite. Just look.
Remember Bendis? At E3?
That's an anime characteristic. Actually a japanese dialog vice.
Which is why I don't like anime (I'm a fan of Metal Gear but only because they'll often be cheesy and mock their own japanese heritage), I feel they are insulting my intelligence with pandering dialog that takes 10 minutes to pass a single bit of information.
Bendis, Brian Bendis, he's the greatest writer in history.
From the, town of Cleveland, he's about to reiterate to you and me.
That was, a Flintstones parody, which was, a show from the 60s.
When you're, with Brian Bendis, have a redundant time, a redundant time, you'll have a redundant time!
I literally know nothing about Brian Bendis or what he's written.
I know, right? Really nailed the themes.
>>77962158, in case you were wondering, >>77961037 is about an average amount of Bendising. You might think it's a little much - you would be wrong. It gets so much worse than that.
I wonder how people would introduce themselves if we talked Bendispeak.
>My name is Tiny.
>Yes, Tiny Tim.
>Your name is, like, best.
I thought that the purpose of the dialogue in Bakemonogatari was that it was full of puns, play on words, and double meanings? Bendispeak doesn't have any of that.
At least in manga there's none of those crazy dialogue bubbles as illustrated in: >>77961037
Even when it's dialogue heavy, as in Death Note. Usually, comics are supposed to be a marriage of words and pictures. Not words cluttering up the pictures like that.
>96 replies in a bendis thread
>0 pastas have been posted yet.
How is this possible. Every other thread gets memed by Bendis posting the minute he's mentioned, but a Bendis thread survives it? Pretty impressive.