I'll return those words right back to you. I may rant and argue spiritedly, but that doesn't make me some fan boy. On the other hand, my thousands of posts probably do. At least where Berserk is concerned. Anyway, this is the second time you've brought up fanboys and placed yourself above despite the fact that you're arguing (badly I might add, but I'll get to that) with an admin on a anime fan board, Mr. Oh so not a fanboy.KazigluBey said:Settle down fan boy, no need to get your panties in a wad. Take a few breaths before you hyperventilate.
That's lovely. But the fact that the story is linear, well-structured and therefore predictable (it's what we do here) has nothing to do with substance now does it? That was why I was blasting you, and your opinion (which you've yet to defend). Thank you for the irrelevant, parallel counter-rant; they always make my day. At least make a valid argument that addresses the issue if you want to play too cool for school with me.KazigluBey said:I'm quite aware of the process of story telling, and that each chapter leads into the next, that doesn't mean I can't form an opinion on how effective or interesting a specific chapter is. Gutts has been on "the edge" as SK calls it for volumes on end, his continuing to do so, regardless of the armor is invevitable, as is the point in time where his being consumed by the beast or ultimately defying it will take place. This event could be predicated several volumes back, it doesn't take a "rocket scientist" to figure this out. You act like the storytelling in this is straight out of a David Lynch film. It's a pretty linear story line. You could say that the author's "causality" in writing this story is pretty straight forward.
I will, thank you. What I won't do is make a hypocritical ass of myself by engaging in an argument I'm simultaneously pretending to be better than. Another point for our resident NON-fanboy.KazigluBey said:But by all means continue your rants, I'm sure it will impress the peons and sycophants who are so eager to become experts on a comic book, as if that's some huge accomplishment worthy of praise.
I saw it and I saw also who was keeping the child in her arms. Now in chapter 229 whom's image (shown to him by Schierke) was able to restore Gut's mental health? How I see it Guts is about to sink in the darkness when he sees the one that he considers the light of his life.Griffith said:It is laughable. Especially since we saw things from Guts' point of view while possesed, something we never saw before, and it was done damn well too. But, you know, no substance where Guts is concerned; what's Ganishka the main character up to? The way Miura implies his involvent without showing him is bad writing! I want his picture plastered all over the page! I don't get it!! DUH!Huh? That's a good example of a lot of words that say nothing. I won't repay you, but you know what they say about pictures...
Worth a thousand. Did you see this one? Doesn't look like Schierke to me. Hope it's not lost to everyone.
P.S. I called it DUHBABY.jpg for a reason. ;)
Isn't that what happened the last time? Give Miura some credit...roberto999 said:I saw it and I saw also who was keeping the child in her arms. Now in chapter 229 whom's image (shown to him by Schierke) was able to restore Gut's mental health? How I see it Guts is about to sink in the darkness when he sees the one that he considers the light of his life.
I didn't remember who you were, but I always recognize the bitterness someone I've shat on in the past. I had to check your last 10 posts to see why you're mad at me. Sorry about last week.akikaze said:How is it up there in Griff's ass?
Err, I don't hate you, really I don't. You may bitchsplap me If I start getting mad at someone for thing's he says on some bbs. I dindn't want to offend you with my last post here, it's just meant for mtlcknight who was kinda crouching up your ass with his last post. I just felt like saying something...and I forgot a smilie, that might have been helpful to understand how this post was meant...Nah, anyway, again I'm explaining to much. I got to improve my english a little more. ;)Griffith said:P.S.I didn't remember who you were, but I always recognize the bitterness someone I've shat on in the past. I had to check your last 10 posts to see why you're mad at me. Sorry about last week.
Well, it's funny to me. =)
"Huh? Now why does this guy hate me!? ...Oh."
And what about the "hanafubuku" meeting a behelit on a bad moment of his life ? =PAs to the Elfhelm being attacked? Not likely, especially with the 'hanafubuku ou" there, and him being a legend and all, and that island being full of mages and witches, it'll still be hard enough for anyone to attack with ease.
I expect the Elf king to be a Sorcerer, but I would say Ganishka takes the role of a powerful demon. The only reason one might say he is a sorcerer is because in chapter 233 Silat askes himself if what he is watching is sorcery, thats basically it. Even Rakshas who would obviously have a better idea of the whole situation says that he is a Demon.tokken_brz said:I disagree, IMO.