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rikku45



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 11:16 am Reply with quote
I remember people saying that he wont do anymore Anime hyper
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I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.
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Presumably the mini-series format of this manga is far less strenuous than it was working on a weekly manga like Bleach.

The fact it appears to be releasing in seasonal bites most likely allows Kubo to take it more easy than on a weekly series.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 11:56 am Reply with quote
Scion Drake wrote:
Presumably the mini-series format of this manga is far less strenuous than it was working on a weekly manga like Bleach.

The fact it appears to be releasing in seasonal bites most likely allows Kubo to take it more easy than on a weekly series.


Now if only a certain Hiatus x Hiatus lad took a queue from this...
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AksaraKishou wrote:
Scion Drake wrote:
Presumably the mini-series format of this manga is far less strenuous than it was working on a weekly manga like Bleach.

The fact it appears to be releasing in seasonal bites most likely allows Kubo to take it more easy than on a weekly series.


Now if only a certain Hiatus x Hiatus lad took a queue from this...




please..I'm still waiting on Bastard!!!! to resume....at least you get some chapters....
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:56 pm Reply with quote
JeffreySweeney wrote:
I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.
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Serinox wrote:
JeffreySweeney wrote:
I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


Which is complete nonsense, there is no way he intended it to just end the way that it did.
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Serinox wrote:

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


So he envisioned it being a sloppy mess with unanswered plot holes and events like the Gerard Valkyrie fight that ultimately amounted to nothing? Understood. Why else would there need be novels written by other people in order to tie up loose ends that he himself was not able to during the manga's run? Remember when Cyborg Zombie Kira was fighting Chicken-kun and the manga cut away from the fight and never showed how it resolved or the fate of either character involved? How about the stupid and lackluster fight between Ichigo and Aizen Vs Yhwach? If that's the ending he envisioned and was satisfied with, then he clearly wanted to be done with Bleach and move on to other things.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 3:40 pm Reply with quote
Hopefully anime will add A LOT of canon filler content that will "correct" things, at least to some extent.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:10 pm Reply with quote
I'm really glad Kubo is coming back for more! Also there is a typo in the article. The organization is Wing Bind not Wing Bird.

JeffreySweeney wrote:
Serinox wrote:

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


So he envisioned it being a sloppy mess with unanswered plot holes and events like the Gerard Valkyrie fight that ultimately amounted to nothing? Understood. Why else would there need be novels written by other people in order to tie up loose ends that he himself was not able to during the manga's run? Remember when Cyborg Zombie Kira was fighting Chicken-kun and the manga cut away from the fight and never showed how it resolved or the fate of either character involved? How about the stupid and lackluster fight between Ichigo and Aizen Vs Yhwach? If that's the ending he envisioned and was satisfied with, then he clearly wanted to be done with Bleach and move on to other things.


Just wanna say something here. Kubo was HEAVILY involved in the creation of the novels, so it's not like the stories told in them weren't created by him at all. I do agree with you on Kubo not ending it how he wanted to though. Just because he said he was satisfied with the ending that doesn't mean it was everything he wanted it to be. Hell, good chances he just said that so people don't get upset.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:13 pm Reply with quote
Serinox wrote:
JeffreySweeney wrote:
I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


I'm pretty sure Kubo was only referring to the last 2 chapters which take place after the events of the 1000 year blood war.
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BlueBeast33 wrote:
Serinox wrote:
JeffreySweeney wrote:
I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


I'm pretty sure Kubo was only referring to the last 2 chapters which take place after the events of the 1000 year blood war.

Kubo had health problems (severed shoulder tendons) for months before that, and he said in that interview that there were times where he thought about ending the series prematurely, but in the end, he said he pushed through his health issues to reach an ending he was satisfied with.

Unless, of course, you assume that Kubo lied for some reason.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 5:38 pm Reply with quote
Serinox wrote:
BlueBeast33 wrote:
Serinox wrote:
JeffreySweeney wrote:
I thought Kubo had said that writing and drawing Bleach was literally killing him with illness at the time, and that's why it had such a rushed and awful conclusion? I guess he finally got over whatever was ailing him years later.

Nope, Kubo has stated in a radio interview that he worked through his health problems to reach the Bleach ending that he had envisioned and was satisfied with. And he accomplished that, according to himself.


I'm pretty sure Kubo was only referring to the last 2 chapters which take place after the events of the 1000 year blood war.

Kubo had health problems (severed shoulder tendons) for months before that, and he said in that interview that there were times where he thought about ending the series prematurely, but in the end, he said he pushed through his health issues to reach an ending he was satisfied with.

Unless, of course, you assume that Kubo lied for some reason.



You said it tho, an "ending". He might have not been that satisfied with what precluded said ending. Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 6:21 pm Reply with quote
To be honest, I feel like he would be amazing doing the art while paired with a writer, like what Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata do.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 7:49 pm Reply with quote
I've never touched Bleach before but I enjoyed this mini series. I'll be interested to see the movie when it comes out and the manga continuation.
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