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Is BLEACH better than Neon Genesis Evangelion?

Discussion in 'Alternate Animé & Manga Discussion' started by Draco Malfoy, Mar 5, 2008.


BLEACH or NGE? Which is better?

Poll closed Mar 10, 2008.
  1. Neon Genesis Evangelion/Rebirth of Evangelion

    19 vote(s)

    6 vote(s)
  3. I hate both of them so much I'd rather watch the Pokemon Anime while eating a raw hyena carcass.

    2 vote(s)
  4. OMFG I <3 THEM BOTH SO MUCH. <3 <3 <3

    0 vote(s)
  1. HK

    HK Radiance of Shadows

    I'm not discrediting it, I just find Hemingway fanboys to be funny considering he seems to have only struck gold on stories that are more personal.

    You don't like science-fiction?
  2. Anzua2

    Anzua2 Well-Known Member

    I found it more enjoyable to bond with Pip, the bratty prick that he is. If only Dickens ended it the way he was originally going to...
  3. HyperCyber


    Only manly-man men read stories like that.

    Was never really a big fan of the mainstream ones, except Star Wars, which I hold a neutral view. And I don't really have the interest to read the more obscure ones.

    EDIT: lol Anzua on-cue posting.
    I find Pip to be one of the best characters in any Dickens work. I guess I am fond of slightly arrogant characters.
  4. Anzua2

    Anzua2 Well-Known Member

    If most Sci-Fi authors are anything like the guy who came to my school, I would understand.
  5. BattleFranky~40

    BattleFranky~40 Immortal

    What a shocker.
  6. HK

    HK Radiance of Shadows

    Stars Wars is fantasy, not science fiction, strictly speaking.

    And I will cry if you don't check out Wells and Gibson, at least. They're accessible without having alienating hard science fiction overtones.

    And I'll stop derailing this thread (which seems to have spent its use, anyway).


  7. BattleFranky~40

    BattleFranky~40 Immortal

    No, it is you who should be hushed!
  8. Anzua2

    Anzua2 Well-Known Member

    Pip is one of the best fictional characters period, but that's my opinion. I just love how Dickens reached the aspired point of anyone who develops a character: the point where the character is his own entity, with his own psche, mind, and decisions. Pip reached the point where Dickens would have completely blundered if h even slightly misread the character, but he was just too awesome for that.

    ...What if you both hush and I do the talking?
  9. HyperCyber


    In Canada, we burn the books for warmth during our HARSH, NEVER ENDING winter.

    I think this is a better topic than the original one.

    Agreed, Dickens' description of character development in Pip is godly. NOW THIS IS CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT HK, NOT YOUR CRAPPY HARUHI STORYLINE.

  10. HK

    HK Radiance of Shadows

    Then you have a very interesting premise for either a police drama/thriller or a porno. Or both.

    You should reserve that for Harlequin romance novels.

    Where's that "Screw the Rules" picture?

    I find it amazing how you're still not understanding logical development. And I am even more astounded that you somehow manage to compare Charles Dickens and post-modern anime satire in a thread comparing Bleach and Evangelion.
  11. That Scary Clefairy

    That Scary Clefairy I <3 HK & BF


    Star Wars is definitely Sci-fi no matter how you look at it. Go any where in library to bookstore etc, and you'll see Star Wars labeled as Sci fi.
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2008
  12. HyperCyber


    Don't have that one, but I think this one will do.
    (not my photo-album btw).

    Sigh... I can think of something to counter the supposed "logical" character developments, but I'm not going to restart that again.
  13. HK

    HK Radiance of Shadows

    We covered this on AIM, but yeah; I think of vague plausibility as sci-fi, not something that's more adventerous.

    You'll be smart not to.

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