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February 11th, 2013, 1:12 am

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DARN RIGHT. OVER 100!!!


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MayelV
Posted by MayelV
February 11th, 2013, 1:12 am

Finally! The questions!

I don't know you, but over 100 are a lot of questions. So, I wrote every user with every question to every character, put them in a box and with help of my sister, drew 20 that will be featured on the first show. As much as I'd love to get all of them replies, the next chapter is just around the corner! And the end of the Magnificos arc that is!



Stay tuned and enjoy!


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MayelV
Posted by MayelV
March 6th, 2013, 4:09 pm

@Frappecinno: That's right. The three big mangas are Toriyama inspired. And Toriyama himself got his inspiration on Disney, which is another of my inspirations (it shows up more when I draw animals). Oh and the extreme reactions, that's Toriyama alright. Oda-sensei just made it even more extreme! That's why I like OP. Reminds me a lot of the Dragon Ball (not Z). But it is as you say, new generations must have their "Dragon Ball" anime. And I think that's OP.

I couldn't agree more! Haha, you know, my mom ALWAYS hated (and still does) Saint Seiya. But I learned A LOT from it. More than real life people could ever teach me.
@rinalicat: Oh, I read a bit of Toriko the other day. It was really funny. But then I started to chase my tail and got distracted.


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Frappecinno
Posted by Frappecinno
February 11th, 2013, 2:10 am

I'm pretty sure a majority of the world finds inspiration from Akira Toriyama. "Dragon Ball" is the most recognizable anime on the face of the planet, it's safe to say, so it doesn't surprise me see you say that. Same with One Piece, as the extreme over-reaction faces have pretty much been coined by Oda-sensei in this generation.

Shounen manga is great. The " What I learned from anime" meme is pretty spot on, as I was taught alot about believing in myself and stand up for myself due to anime like DBZ and the like.



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