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anonymous asked:

So what's your thoughts on Kagehina becoming canon? As in do you think it will happen? Or do you think there will be zero romance?

I think they’re gonna become as canon as Furudate can get away with. I don’t think they will ever show some explicit romance between them, or any other of the boys.

The thing we have to ask ourselves is: do we really have to see them kissing to know? I mean, that would be the ultimate blast of course, but I think we have all the evidences on the table already. 

As Hinata said, Kageyama is more than a friend, he’s his partner. I’m sure that, as we advance with the years, Hinata and Kageyama will only strengthen their bond, becoming the most feared power couple in the volleyball world. Will this lead to romance? Probably. But, as for now, I think both of them can’t even start to comprehend the extent of the feelings they are developing for each other, while their destinies are already seared together.

They will become even more canon in the future, that’s for sure, but I think they’ll keep the romance as hided as they could. That being said, since “Haikyuu!! is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate that revolves around a high school volleyball team and the relationship between players Hinata Shoyou and Kageyama Tobio”, seeing this relationship openly blossom in the purest form of love between two young boys would be a dream came true. And it will feel incredibly natural, almost unavoidable.

It just needs to be a little thing, like a promise for the future.

“As long as I’m here you’re invincible. And you’ll be. We’ll be. Forever.”


Boys Over Flowers originally aired January 5,2009 till March 31,2009. It is a 25 episode long KDrama aired on KBS2. BOF is originally based off Yoko Kamio’s Japanese shojo manga series “Hana yori Dango”

Seven Years later, it is one of the most beloved Korean Dramas. It has gotten multi Parody’s and its main theme Almost Paradise is used on multiple variety shows and dramas making fangirls react. 

HERE’S FOR MANY MORE YEARS WITH the beloved F4 and the two lovely leading ladies :D 

N: If Karisawa had Saika she is capable to take the challenge in reproducing all types of weapons that appear in the “Blade of the Immortal”, so Karisawa-san absolutely must not be allowed to have it. Besides her love for 2D is so strong Saika’s curse probably would not work.

Translation Note: “Blade of the Immortal” (Japanese name: Mugen no juunin) is a Japanese manga series by Hiroaki Samura about a cursed samurai.

Q: Would Togusa-san be able to overcome it with his love for Ruri-chan?

N: Togusa…..Well, if Ruri herself is nearby he could overcome it……maybe……?

N: Izaya, hating to lose, has his smile erased the moment he learns another person knows information he does not know about. He would vouch exaggerating, “no matter when I know the information it’ll be the same. They can gather to me in the end,” but deep in his heart, at a level he himself does not realize, he is vexed by it.

Translator’s Comment: I’m actually going through to see any interesting comments Narita-sensei made when the episodes aired (and some answered questions from the original tweet). Not sure if anyone did these, but I’m choosing ones I haven’t seen or I find interesting. Hope you enjoy.

anonymous asked:

Do you know why the nozaki manga has around 144 pages but most Other manga's around 180-200 yet it is more expensive than most, around 12/13 dollars against mostly 10 (price on cover) do you happen to know why?

TL;DR: Gangan Online’s comics are a bit more expensive than other publishers’ like Jump or Hana to Yume. It’s the publishers’ fault, not Tsubaki-sensei.

This gets kind of long so I’m going to put it under a read more.

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Dragon Ball Z Viewing Order

This isn’t my usual content, but I’ve been re-watching DBZ recently and was inspired to do a viewing order in the same style as my comic book reading orders.

Dragon Ball is a Japanese Manga series created by Akira Toriyama that has spawned multiple television series and video games, the most highly-regarded of which is Dragon Ball Z.

Unfortunately the continuity of these series is anything but straight-forward. The Dragon Ball and DBZ television series are based on the Manga so they’re considered to be the canon timeline, but there are several splintering timelines that are explored in a number of movies.

A recent Dragon Ball video game called Xenoverse explored the idea of splintering timelines even further, as the player travels through the timestream to repair damage to the timeline and make sure events proceed as they’re supposed to. 

The newest television series Dragon Ball Super is currently being aired, and the remastered Dragon Ball Z Kai Blu Rays have recently been released, so I’m writing this guide to help anyone interested in those things to understand how it all fits together.

Dragon Ball TV Series

The original Dragon Ball television series was set well before DBZ when Goku was a child. Most of the main characters from DBZ are introduced during this run. These episodes haven’t been remastered like DBZ Kai but they’re worth watching if you haven’t seen them before.

Emperor Pilaf Saga - Episodes 1-13
Tournament Saga - Episodes 14-28
Red Ribbon Army Saga - Episodes 29-45
General Blue Saga - Episodes 46-57
Commander Red Saga - Episodes 58-67
Fortuneteller Baba Saga - Episodes 68-83
Tien Shinhan Saga - Episodes 84-101
King Piccolo Saga - Episodes 102-122
Piccolo Jr. Saga - Episodes 123-153

Alternate History
There were a handful of DB movies that cover similar ground to the television series, but they’re considered retelling’s with some changes to the events and timeline.

DB Movie 01-  Curse of the Blood Rubies
This story is a retelling of the Emporer Pilaf saga with heavy modifications.
DB Movie 02 - Sleeping Princess in Devil’s Castle
This story is a retelling of the Tournament saga with some new elements.
DB Movie 03 - Mystical Adventure
This story is a retelling of Goku’s first meeting with Tien and Chiaotzu.
DB Movie 04 - The Path to Power
Another retelling of the first saga to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of DB.

Dragon Ball Z TV Series

The continuity of DBZ is very complicated as there are a dozen non-canon movies set at various points in the timeline. I’ve tried to group these together in chunks and explain the conditions of each timeline so that they can be watched and understood at the most appropriate point in the viewing order.

The episode numbers are for the recently released Dragon Ball Z Kai Blu Rays as I consider these to be the best version of these stories. They’re remastered, re-dubbed, and re-cut to remove all the filler and improve the pacing.

The Saiyan Saga

DBZ Movie 01 -   Dead Zone
DBZ Special 01 - Bardock: Father of Goku
The Vegeta Saga - DBZ Kai Episodes 1-17

Alternate Timeline
These movies exist in a timeline where Goku arrived on earth in time to defeat the Saiyan’s before the deaths of Piccolo, Yamcha, Tien and Chauzu.

DBZ Movie 02 - World’s Strongest
DBZ Movie 03 - Tree of Might
DBZ Movie 04 - Lord Slug

The Freiza Saga

The Namek Saga - DBZ Kai Episodes 18-27
The Ginyu Saga - DBZ Kai Episodes 28-35
The Freiza Saga - DBZ Kai  Episodes 36-54

Alternate Timeline
These movies exist in a timeline where Goku defeated Freiza with the Spirit Bomb instead of transforming into a Super Saiyan.

DBZ Movie 05 - Revenge of Cooler
DBZ Movie 06 - Return of Cooler (Set after Trunks arrives on Earth)

The Android Saga

The Garlic Jr Saga - DBZ Episodes 108-117 (Not included in DBZ Kai)
DBZ Special 2 - The History of Trunks (Best viewed after episode 64)
The Android Saga - Episodes 55-67

Alternate Timeline
This movie exists in a timeline where Goku took the antidote ahead of time so that he and the Z Fighters are able to defeat the androids.

DBZ Movie 07 - Super Android 13

The Cell Saga & Beyond

Imperfect Cell Saga - Episodes 68-79
Perfect Cell Saga - Episodes 80-98
Seven Years Later…
The World Tournament - Episodes 99-106

Alternate Timeline
These movies exist in a timeline where Vegeta defeated Cell in his semi-perfect state during the Imperfect Cell saga.

DBZ Movie 08 - Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan
DBZ Movie 09 - Bojack Unbound
Seven Years Later…
DBZ Movie 10 - Broly: Second Coming 
DBZ Movie 11 - Bio-Broly 

The Bio-Broly story is set in an alternate future where Babidi was thwarted prior to Majin Buu being hatched.

The Buu Saga

The Majin Buu Saga - Episodes 107-116
The Fusion Saga - Episodes 117-133
The Evil Buu Saga - Episodes 134-159

Alternate Timeline
This movie exists in a timeline where Goten and Trunks defeated Majin Buu as Gotenks during the Fusion Saga

DBZ Movie 12 - Fusion Reborn

Canon Dragon Ball Z Movies

These movies are all set after the end of the DBZ series. There’s some debate as to whether Wrath of the Dragon is Canon or not but the most recent films have been said to exist in the main timeline.

DBZ Movie 13 - Wrath of the Dragon
DBZ Movie 14 - Battle of the Gods
DBZ Movie 15 - Resurrection F

Dragon Ball GT TV Series

Alternate Timeline
This series was written as a sequel to Dragon Ball Z, but it’s not based on the Dragon Ball Manga. This is an alternate timeline where Goku is transformed into a child by the Dragon Balls.

Black Star Dragon Ball Saga - Episodes 1-15
Baby Saga - Episodes 16-40

DBGT Movie 01 - A Hero’s Legacy

Super Android 17 Saga - Episodes
Shadow Dragon Saga - Episodes

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Video Game

The Dragon Ball video games usually focus on retelling the story from the Manga and Anime, but Xenoverse tells an original story with a new character that can be created by the player.

The story centers on two villains named Towa and Mira who are travelling through the timestream and manipulating history. As a fellow time traveler, Trunks asks Shenron to send him a hero who would help him restore the timeline.

The player visits several periods in Dragon Ball history to make sure the battles go the right way in order to restore the timeline to how it should be. This is one of the most well-received DBZ games, so it’s worth playing if you have an interest.

Dragon Ball Super TV Series

The newest Dragon Ball television series is believed to be more of a true sequel to Dragon Ball Z. The first stories are set before, during and after the two most recent Dragon Ball Z movies, which are considered canon.

Battle of Gods Saga - Episodes 1-9
Resurrection F Saga - Episodes unknown
The Sixth Universe Saga - Episodes unknown

The latest storyline further explores the idea of alternate timelines. There are twelve universes in the Dragon Ball multiverse where things happened differently, and this story will shed more light on the sixth of these universes.

That’s the end of this guide to the Dragon Ball universe. I did a lot of research while putting this guide together but I don’t consider myself an expert, so if you notice any mistakes or have any suggestions please let me know. Thanks for reasing


One Piece
Marble bench, terrace
The Detroit Public Library, 8/2/17
#8x10 gelatin silver contact print

“I’ve never had my picture taken outside before.”

Marco Lorenzetti

“One piece,” is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It has received worldwide priaise for its art, characterization and humor. It’s broken several publishing records, including highest initial print run for any book in Japan, and the Guinness World Record for the most copies published for the same comic book series by the same author. It has sold over 416 million copies.