OK then, pressure.AgitoZ wrote:"Made him" is probably a bad choice of words. It was actually more pressure put on by his previous editors that made Toriyama change the antagonists so many times.Piccolo Daimao wrote:It still went too far, and while it was nice that Toriyama wasn't so restricted by his editors (the guys that made him change the main villain/s in the Cell arc three times), it seemed as if he just went, "Fuck it, I don't care if this makes sense, I'm just gonna make shit up."
Discussion regarding the entirety of the franchise in a general (meta) sense, including such aspects as: production, trends, merchandise, fan culture, and more.
Holden Caulfield in [b][i]The Catcher in the Rye[/i][/b] wrote:I hope to hell when I do die somebody has sense enough to just dump me in the river or something. Anything except sticking me in a goddam cemetery. People coming and putting a bunch of flowers on your stomach on Sunday, and all that crap. Who wants flowers when you're dead? Nobody.
IMO the series went on too long. Perhaps it could expand some things is it were simply a manga or other kind of book, but not as an anime. Good God, not as an anime. But if there were some things they could have touched up on, I would like to see more of the Saiyans. And not just the nonsense they retconned to match Goku's quirks. I would have liked to see a slice-of-life episode for everyone, too. It would have fit in nicely in the Saiyaman or Pre-Cell Saga.
A one hour workout is only 4% of your day. No excuses.
IMO, the Garlic Jr. saga could've been a movie.