ハリセン クラプ Ace Pitcher
One Thousand Member
Inuyasha is NOT crappy. I like both of them.. Ranma is funny and entertaining and great moves. and i like stuff like inuyasha anyway (the genre - supernatural, fighting off demons, being able to go back to a certain era..).
EDIT: Just realized its totally off-topic.
Well, haven't learnt any martial arts, but i'm interested. I think i will once i settle in a place properly. I'll probably do tkd, but then i have no idea about a lot of them. so yeah....
Last edited by butternut; 02-18-2011 at 02:28 PM.
Ruler of the Seventh Empire
For real for real.
Originally Posted by Hayashida
Inuyasha is dog crap. Is one of the most awful mangas ever made and abuse of story structure as hell.
Ranma in other hand is humor and its work in that genre.
Edit: The only thing worst than Inuyasha is being talking about that manga in a Martial Art Thread. People should get banned for doing that (spammers).
I've been training martial arts in one form or another since I was nine. Unfortunately, I didn't take it very seriously when I was younger, so I only trained like once or twice a week. Almost 4 years ago I started training seriously for MMA competition (seriously being 5-6 days a week). The arts I currently train are San Da, Boxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and a little bit of wrestling. I'm on the fence as to whether or not 'MMA' is a style in itself, but I practice that too.
I wish that there were more/better martial arts anime. The only ones that I've seen thus far, which I felt to be up to snuff, are History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi and Hajime no Ippo. I've seen others but I felt like they were too over the top and silly for me to handle. I'm really hoping to find a series that does the awesomeness of martial arts justice, rather than cheese-i-fying it to death with overly unrealistic flying spinning moves and stuff.
Inuyasha went on for 167 episodes too many.
7 8 9 Member
I used to do Taekwando, for a year and a half.
I didn't quit on purpose because my mom forced me to.
Apparently, my master was charging $287 a month then, and if you add that up to the belt testing costs for each rank you would crap yourself. Really.
ハリセン クラプ Ace Pitcher
That's a buttload of money dude
02-23-2011, 11:23 PM
Fifty Fifty Member
all to learn how to kick people in the face