The length for the actual final battle with Kaguya seemed reasonable IMO. What drags it down is that Kaguya herself is an incredibly boring final boss that managed to still be boring despite being considerably more powerful than Naruto and Sasuke. That along with the fact that we had like 2-3 final bosses before that.
The whole Madara arc was just truly not exciting at all to me It was like they were just trying to throw in some last glimpses of the characters and try to make him as OP as possible when there really was no premise or reason that he would be that OP just because hes from a long time ago? I just don't care about Sauske or Sakura at all and Kakashi spent half the arc standing around looking surprised and emo Kakashi's Anime fight with Obito is bad ass though. If there were so many fillers the anime's portrayal of the fights makes it much more exciting but soooooo much filler standing around whining and hyping villain OPness with surprise faces. When Kaguya came out I was like: OMG finish it already. >.<
One Piece delivers for me, this week, now I'm just curious about Law past, even more so. Fairy Tail on the other hand, was a bit underwhelming with Erza's scene, however I hope it turns differently next week (shock factor?).
Naruto has nice fight scenes and moves, just sad it came out this way for Sasuke/Naruto to show them off. Like Q99 said, too much time spent on Kaguya/Madara.
Yea, UQ then FT then Bleach than OP is my ranking too.
Everything in One Piece is so... cluttered nowadays. So much is going on I don't get attached to the villains and their defeat, and there's so much cutting back and forth between not just one, two, or three groups, but also minor character's fights as well.
Well, and then there's One Punch man, but it's kinda tricky since it's release thing is so weird (often just part of a chapter, based on a webcomic I've already read through, etc.). So I find it hard to include.
Nanatsu no Taizai beats both UQ Holder! and Fairy Tail, IMO. It combines the best elements of both old school and new school shounen and Nakaba Suzuki really knows how to make the reader wish that the following week would come sooner. I lost interest in Bleach and NnT is partly for that. Toriko, One Piece, and Magi have just been so-so lately.
I actually like how over the top Nanatsu no Taizai is. The characters are already established warriors so why wouldn't they be strong? After dealing with Bleach's and Naruto's tedious training arcs, I am glad NnT does not go that route.
One Piece has been a little better lately, Toriko's been a blast for the last few chapters, and the final bout between Aladdin and Judar in Magi was certainly different.
I am starting on NnT, or more specifically the print version. I could do without the main character's harassing and the art style took a little adjusting to, but it's pretty good stuff.
UQ is being pretty awesome, with the villain unveiled and pressure on Touta. It impresses me how Akamatsu can manage more tension with immortal character than many authors can with ostensibly mortal ones!
Fairy Tail finished up a strong arc and the new one is shaping up pretty well.
Read the new Vinland Saga chapter. Thorfinn still has his combat skill and taking on that bear was an impressive way to show it. There's also a new face who could become an ally.
I've bought all of the volumes of NnT that Kodansha Comics has published and they are the best way to read it. They have a better translation than the online version, some bonus shorts, and the gaidens are in them as well.
The UQ Holder! volumes are pretty good, too.
Milan Matra of Omamori Himari fame has a new series called Kamigoroshihime Zilch. You can't beat Etna as far as demon girls go but this one isn't bad.