Sasuke and Vegeta are kind of opposites of the same coin. One a fan favorite hated by his creator, while the other's a pet character the fans just wanted to see die. (Except maybe teenage girls, I dunno.)
No matter how much the fans back him, Toriyama won't cut Vegeta a break, while Kishi kept shoving Sasuke down everyones throat, when all fans wanted to see is Naruto give him an epic Luffy-esq beat down.
Angst? Depends, I guess Meaningless shipping void of substance? No.
I'm not sure what brought that up, but you're right, either way.
That doesn't surprise me. All they EVER want to see is Naruto being "teh best", which might explain why every corner of fanfiction is nonsensically plagued with Naruto harems and Naruto in general. As if his own story doesn't overglorify him enough already...
Well Naruto did become "Ninja Jesus" towards the end of his manga. The only thing he didn't do is ascend into heaven. Not really surprised about the reaction the fanbase has due to the chain of events leading up towards that.
I will never understand the reason people think Toriyama should give Vegeta some meaningless chance at glory. The whole point is that Vegeta being such a prick prevents him from being the hero. Vegeta had his chance with the Androids, Cell, and Buu. He, not Toriyama, ruined it for himself with actions that perfectly fit his character.
Sasuke is another story because he could literally be the trope Base Breaker incarnate.
Well, visual novels do often contain animation. And I wouldn't consider them videogames since you are not playing at all, except to make a choice or whatever . Anyway, if they were allowed, I knew some characters whom I think could pull this off.
And not allowing manga would be ridiculous, as many manga haven't got anime.
Most even with just a few choices are too much interaction for an anime (where you are just watching), and many have too little animation. In truth they are a separate medium all together but they are grouped with games and sold/released consoles as games because there is really no other fit. Many have separate endings with failure states (bad ends) and proper paths and such (consider many more artistic games have very little gameplay). The fact that anime are sometimes based on them is more to do with the japanese entertainment industry over them actually being in line with anime.
As far as I'm concerned you are showing all the signs of Quanism.
I mean you don't seem to listen to the facts or details. For example I didn't give you the title of Quan someone else did. I admitted that Dragon Ball Z is just as bad as Marvel in some respects (except entertainment value of course, DBZ is way better, but then that's just taste). But I'm betting ten pages from now you won't acknowledge these facts.
He isn't like Quan just because he ignores facts. Plenty of people do that. Even smart people, on such occasions where the butthurt is sufficient.
He is like Quan because he seems to have an irrational hatred towards a series(in this case DB) based, presumably, on people arguing the hell out of it. He is like Quan because rather than be content in his hatred, he makes threads that basically bait out people who might want to defend it(but anyone who is anyone knows the DB is not the strongest animeverse).
But Quan at the very least had a certain charm and a good dynamic going on with ScreamPaste(******* lovable rogue) and Scenario(sincerity incarnate). No such fun here I'm afraid.
1. You got mad at being called a Quan when you don't know what that is. Classic signs of anal trauma.
2. An apostrophe should go between the n and the t in "dont". This is but one fact you have ignored.
3. You said the series lacked logic, details, and good writing. Sounds like you have a pretty low opinion of it.
I am not telling bullshit so much as pondering aloud. The fact that my observations might in any way frame you in a negative light is irrelevant to my process of determining your character and, by extension, the worth of these threads. I have sufficiently deduced that this thread is certainly below 8000.