Don't worry, no one is understanding anything anyway, even the characters.
I want Kaiji S3, has probably THE best "ending" in the entire series and most satisfying defeat ever.
My face when Kaiji realized what the fuck was going on
Don't remind me tripfriend
I'd take a Ten anime over Kaiji s3 any day, Ten's ending is FKMT's magnum opus.
I think Muraoka was one of the best villains Fukumoto's written so far. He's everything you could despise in a person.
And his reactions were always hilarious.
>mfw we could've had Zero part 3 by now but we're stuck with New Kurosawa instead
>implying I didn't contribute
I told you to off yourself now, didn't I
I think you're that autist who goes in every fucking thread and scream "HAHHA THE AUTHOR IS A HACK BECAUSE I SAID SO"
At least bring some real argument and try not to sperg like a rabid autist
>FKMT art is not realistic
Nigger do you think he's fucking Leonardo Da Vinci?
Also, good art=good story
Just look at OPM
Having watched Kaiji first and loving it, I learned Mahjong just to prepare for watching Akagi.
It was worth it on both counts - Akagi is great, and so is chilling out on Tenhou while attempting to ignore the bitter truth about the decks being stacked.
No. You will learn mahjong after and watch it again.
>good art=good story Just look at OPM
>no 12 episode buraiden gai anime
>no 26 episode anime of kurosawa with some philler episodes.
>no zero anime
Ten doesn't really need an anime but I still want it because I love the manga
I'm not admitting the art is shit
I'm saying that it is subjective; it depends on the medium
Seeing how gritty Fukumoto's stories are, it kinda helps that the characters look ugly
His artsyle isn't bad, its just that it doesn't have much variety
If you've read more than one of his works, then you can tell that he clearly recycles appearances in his works
He knows, but for some reason I guess he doesn't want to
Anatomy is not good enough for any artist.
Even if you say he's purposely breaking the rules of anatomy for effect, it's obvious he never learned how to draw a person in the first place.
When you learn the rules back to back THEN you're in a good position to break those rules.
>Seeing how gritty Fukumoto's stories are, it kinda helps that the characters look ugly
delusion at its best
the stories might work despite the ugly art, it's not like the ugly art actually helps them being better
Because he took the money.
He took the money away.