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Tonight on GeekNights, we consider all of the anime we watched a non-trivial number of episodes of before just... stopping. As we plan to do with Attack on Titan whenever it starts up again. From .hack to Naruto, Kaze no Yojimbo to Ergo Proxy. It's one thing to drop a show after one episode, but after 10? 20? What drives someone to just drop a show midway?
In other news, The Boy and the Beast is premiering in the US, the New York International Children's Film Festival has an amazing animation lineup this year, Over the Garden Wall is amazing, Katsucon this weekend has one of the worst panel policies of all fan conventions, and we'll be performing at MAGFest next weekend!Download MP3
Actually I think I started watching it again because I bought one of those Naruto fighting games and got back in the mood with it.
But then the tournament is disrupted by adventure.
Like, imagine an episode of One Piece like this.
Chilling on this boat. So luxurious. Having a happy pirate time.
Found an island with some interesting characters, starting discovering a plot.
Talk to the bad guy, find out they are bad.
Luffy's about to fight the bad guy!
Cut to Usopp or some other character that is involved in another plot away from the fight. This other plot line can not involve fighting.
The next time you see Luffy he's dealing with the aftermath of having beaten the bad guy.
Normally I would ask for a Shonen Fighting show where all the fights are short, yet compelling. We don't need that, though, because Hokuto no Ken already exists.
I powered through all of .hack//Sign waiting for it to deliver on its potential.
You missed nothing.
That is why I'm not even going to bother watching the rest of Attack on Titan.
And then I played it.
And then I watched one episode of the anime and realized it was just as garbage.
IIRC, It was some sort of small thing at the park, in the area around star tours, and around the park some extra costumed cast, skits, some other stuff. Nothing huge, but still present. Expect it to get bigger - they've stopped doing Star Wars Weekend after last year, because they're constructing a whole Star Wars land, at least in Disney Anaheim - if they're not going to do some sort of event around either it, or on their own Star Wars Weekend day, they'd be mad. Both, propably - but not this year, they only started constructing the new section in January(Again, IIRC). I think Celebration is in London this year, too, but I honestly don't know.