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The real dangers of anime

That level of disappointment hits hard
thepropulsivepanda · 31-35, M
Witch Hunter Robin was one that I remember having a super unsatisfying ending.

Also D.Gray-Man.
Redstar · 36-40, M
@thepropulsivepanda Wait, D-Gray Man didn't end properly? I still haven't watched most of it but when they brought it back a few years ago I thought the whole point was to finish to story.
thepropulsivepanda · 31-35, M
@Redstar Nope, the manga went into a way different direction than I thought it would head and then the author went on what seems like a permanent hiatus. 🤔 They ended the anime with the "And the adventure will continue!" sort of ending if I recall correctly.
Redstar · 36-40, M
@thepropulsivepanda Damn. Well, that sucks.
Usually the manga carries on beyond thea anime which you don't get with scripted television.
DunningKruger · 61-69, M
This is true of all scripted television, not just anime.
Magnolia21 · 22-25, F
vetguy1991 · 51-55, M
The struggle is real
Happens to some American shows, too. That was a huge fan of Hulu's "The Awesomes", until they left it on a season ending cliffhanger in which Mr. Awesome had to deal with the fact that while he was evil, he sold the Earth to a race of invading aliens.
Magnolia21 · 22-25, F
@LordShadowfire I know, but when you have another 10+ volumes of material ready to go, and the plot only gets better... we just can't have fun things.

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