Aaron

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  1. Hahah excellent point but I feel like rei's management lasted the longest
  2. end of an era. this is sad and idk why considering the site is still open. the old guard is slowly gonna disappear.
  3. I just finished seven deadly sins and up to date with re:zero any recommendations? considering montongari series. ?
  4. yeah felt it all the quite good power scaling got totally fucked up by an enemy which was just way too over powered. I HATE it any anime/TV show when nearly the entire cast face an entity or enemy whom their combined attacks can't beat. its just too overpowered to make sense and disrespects the abilities which have been built up over the entire show. was it like that in the manga or did the anime fuck it up to make it a 24 episode show standalone if necessary?
  5. they've ruined it. god knows what they're thinking. they have an amazing script, its easy money but they've decided to fuck it up. the movies from the get go were stupid in the way they did them but this series just takes the piss. if only madhouse got hold of it.
  6. Finished it. Was really good until overpowered boss fight which was terrible. So discounting the last 2 episodes, was excellent. Then it just became way too shounen and not in a good way. Ban's backstory is epic.
  7. I've just started this. On ep 12. Excellent show. It does a lot, so fast. Not sure if its plot and expansion of characters it up to the quality of OP. Its first 12 episodes obviously completely obliterates the first 12 episodes of one piece tho.
  8. blind/pogba/schneiderlin just screams not enough quality on the ball basically pogba off = no party Mourinho has it right ATM.
  9. Just finished Gintama (now up to date). Handsdown probably the best anime I've ever watched. Totally trounces One Piece in the shounen department with spectacular pacing and a story which is basically Kenshin on steroids plus some more. Comedy wise goes toe to toe with any anime out there, and by toe to toe, most of the time I mean destroying it. Cast wise the best case I've seen. Breadth and depth! Gintoki is probably my favorite main character ever. Music wise... Favorite OPs I've heard, love each season's OST. Emotion wise... It's made me cry. Don't get me wrong, it's not a Clannad After Story although one arc comes close... But the emotional impact it can bring to the table with 1-2 episodes of plot is ABSURD. Quality wise.. Phenomenal. They cover arcs over 1-2 episodes. Every episode feels satisfying. The filler is second to none. The movie I think is overrated though. I could easily rewatch it and it's like 300+ episodes. 10/10 - takes my new number 1 spot. Also finished Shigatsu .. Whatever it's called, the piano one. It was good, not close to the emotional impact which Clannad After Story left on me. I felt it's exection which slightly flawed... We didn't get to live through and experience past tragedies and future ones were heavily foreshadowed. Phenomenal OP + OST again... This OST is a thing of beauty but I felt the actual music the characters played was a bit lacking for emotional impact (Mozart/Chaplin I know music buffs slaughter me now). 8/10 - being generous here tbh, I felt like the middle few episodes were a bit of a drag.. Which is forgivable (looks at steins gate, looks at Clannad) but the final few episodes just weren't enough.. Too many unresolved story lines, no real conclusion, felt the ending was rushed, some characters were devoted far too much time considering they were side characters which could have been devoted to the big 4 characters.
  10. its time. get all the old boys back together for a goat tournament..!!
  11. United have loads of talent [schniderlien/schwein/fosu mensah] and since Keane left, were never really built on centre midfielders. Its a question of is Mourinho going to stick to his rigid 4-3-3 or go to Fergie's flying wingers with a plethora of good strikers available. I know its unlikely but the striking option of ibra, rooney, martial, rashford reminds me of the old fergie days of rooney berbatov tevez, macheda etc. Chelsea IF they can revitalise hazard/costa will be a beast but thats a HUGE if! Wijnaldum deal for Liverpool is massive. If Wij can settle into a deeper CM role and replicate his goal scoring prowess and improve his away form, it will end up being the best CM purchase this year. I'm quietly pleased with the deal when u look at the prices for other players. Still we don't have anywhere near a settled frontline with the man of glass still our best striker and biggest problem for continuity. Sadly liverpool have too many holes to fill and LB is a gigantic weakness for us. City have made some wicked signings, fully expect them to challenge if they can get 3 players injury free (aguero, kompany, gundongan).. what a spine... but what an injury prone spine. Mahrez will improve any team in the premier league and why clubs aren't going in for him, I have no idea. If he has ANOTHER phenomenal season; madrid & barca will come calling.
  12. If you have the money, Bailley is fine. Not every good young player will make it. You have a few good homegrown ones but the more the better. TBH regardless of United's options, if they signed J. Rodriguez + Mahrez, I would be genuinely scared. I think they can sort out their midfielder issues in-house if they really wanted to. I don't see Pogba winning you a title but the likes of Mahrez and Rodriguez definitely can.
  13. The only reason I could see united winning the league is they have ibrahimovic.. and he wins titles.
  14. Everton are awful and have a bunch of overrated players. Barkley, Stones are so overrated. Lukaku is excellent though. Don't expect much from them. West Ham will be dangerous as Payet is a phenomenon. Liverpool are a mess tbh. Spurs should invest in their frontline as Kane going missing for the first few months last season cost them the title probably and I think he'll struggle at the start again this season after the Euros which would have crippled his confidence. Ontop of having extra footy to play compared to their equivalent teams (lpool/chelsea).
  15. chelsea winning the league is a stretch given where they finished last season and there players are mentally. you have their arguably best players still sitting in a rut form and confidence wise (hazard, fabregas, costa) and a really unpromising back line. City should be favourites if they buy smart to bolster their incredibly thin and injury prone front line but they just seem to always buy so poor in the last few years. united are very imbalanced. Rooney is a huge problem for them. They remind me of the utd team which bought in rooney and ronaldo as youngsters. didn't win much for a few years but then went on a rampage (here I'm referring to depay/martial/rashford).