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  1. Nomad


    Fair enough. Its great that we have so much material to choose from, there is no point continuing if you did not enjoy it enough. I am a massive sucker for battle manga
  2. Nomad


    As a huge fan of both Monster and 20th/21st Century Boys, and other works of Urasawa, I would still rank One Piece above both. If you ask me specifically why, I would really struggle to give you an objective answer, all three are great works.. I think what differentiates OP is that whilst Urasawa's aforementioned works are both excellent, One Piece is just in a league of its own with regards to how long it has maintained similar levels of excellent storytelling. I am still exited to read new OP chapters whereas, as much as I loved Monster for example, I can not imagine that story
  3. - Watchmen - When They See Us - The Boys
  4. What a great show. I still didnt know who lube-man was, and did not see John's answer above when I posted (edited the message since), what were the hints? (other than he was a massive minute-men nerd??!!)
  5. Shit, was every birthday cake given to Veidt indicative of a year passing? I feel so stupid right now.
  6. Nomad


    This is amazing, I have no excuses not to rewatch the whole thing now. Man, One Piece is genuinely the best story I've read/watched across all media, its amazing how I am still as invested in it all these years later, and the story is actually maintaining its quality over the years. I've always been hesitant to recommend it to people due to its overwhelming no. of episodes/chapters and fillers, this really is a great idea!
  7. Nomad


    There is also an exhibition of work by Naoki Urasawa happening in Japan House around the same time, so if anyone is heading they can check that out too. https://www.japanhouselondon.uk/press/japan-house-london-presents-this-is-manga-the-art-of-urasawa-naoki/
  8. Nomad


    Same, would be very interested to hear some opinions on it if anyone has visited, seems really good but is it Glasgow --> London train journey good?
  9. What a night! Loved every bit of it tbh. Conor got humbled in a major way, Dillon got eagled which was a nice touch. I was expecting more "face changing" from Khabib, and in that regard Conor did defend well early on. But in the end, he really was outclassed by Khabib. Did anyone catch Conor telling Khabib during the fight "its all business", as if pleading for Khabib not to completely 'smesh'?
  10. Man, Khabib is going to maul Conor isnt he? I am heading to work early so cant watch the fights live, will have to completely shut everything until I get back home at 6PM to watch the whole card. It usually works ok but the level of media involvement in this fight makes me almost sure I will get the results spoiled. Whatever happens, it is one hell of a card.
  11. Just in case you wanted to watch an interview with UFC champ Conor Nurmagomedov
  12. Nomad


    Same, there were moments in the first season where I was thinking of dropping the show but I am so glad I stuck with it, such epic moments and the show does a very good job of building it up, great music too. I've repeated that United States of Smash bit so many times, absolutely mad and brilliant.
  13. Absolutely loved it. Was smiling for most of the film. I too thought the costume design was great. Great casting, great comic book story, loved the music too. Have not had many recent occasions where people clapped at the end of a theatrical screening. In a weird way I was pretty fucking proud too. Pretty satisfying watch. Go see it!
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