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Favorite Anime(in most cases I've completely stopped watching the anime version because of horrible fillers) at moment: Naruto, One Piece, Berserk, Bleach, Scryed, Gungrave, Trigun, Fullmetal Alchemist(and Brotherhood's even better), Baki the Grappler(turns kinda sportsy in the second half),Hajime no Ippo.
Favorite comic book character: For marvel it's Hulk. In DC it's Flash. I know they're not the strongest, well physically Hulk is the strongest, and Flash is fastest, but there is just something very awesome about these two.
Favorite anime characters: Sasuke(I seem to like my characters unstable and flawed), Killer B, Madara, Jiraiya, Zaraki, Yamamoto, Zoro, Kizaru, Gutts, Vash, King Bradley, Ed, Mustang, Sesshomaru, and quite a few more I don't feel like listing right now.
Stupid, obviously fake statistics that people feel the need to put on their profiles. Such as '92 percent of American teens would die if Abercombie and Fitch told them it was uncool to breathe. Copy this in your profile if you would be one of the 8 percent that would be laughing your butt off.' That's probably one of the stupidest things I've ever read. Which America are they talking about? We all know that whoever put this crap in their profiles is probably not a teen, and would be the main ones crying if such a thing did happen. I myself would be horrified at all the good(looking) women lost to stupidity.
When authors can't think outside the box. It's perfectly fine to let your characters think with one mindset about something, but authors should keep an open mind in their story. For example in Harry Potter several main characters were certain that all Slytherins were evil, but Rowling made it so that several of them played key roles in the defeat of Tom. It's horrible reading a story where the authors beliefs are frequently and easily spotted. The author has to be able to look at the story from all angles to make a good story. A biased author will seem to get stale after a while.
Everybody and their mother throwing out the Katon: Gōkakyū no Jutsu. This is not a common fire jutsu that anyone with any talent for them learns. It's an Uchiha exclusive jutsu. Only they seem to use or know it in the manga. Now I know the anime is what gives the impression that it's common but it still annoys me. Now obviously if Sasuke or some other Uchiha teaches them the jutsu it makes sense for them to know it and that's fine.
Harry beating Tom by using muggle means as if that's the power he knows not of. Tom was raised in a muggle orphanage, in Britain, during WW2. It would be outlandish to think that he doesn't know what bombs and guns are. I would go so far as to say that he even knows what a nuke is, him being the power hungry guy he is. I also find it ridiculous that Wizards are so stupid as to not know the most basic things about muggles. Muggles don't even think magic is real yet have knowledge on wizard weapons, transportation, wardrobe, and magical practices, while wizards know for a fact muggles are real and can't seem to be bothered to learn how non-magical folk managed to mirror their accomplishments(something humans would be compelled to know.)
Crybaby authors. No, I don't write reviews to flame stories. No, I don't continue reading stories I think are absolute crap just so I can find things to complain about in reviews. I assure you that I have better things to do. I give my thoughts on the chapter or story after finishing it. If you find one of my reviews obnoxious then consider that it was likely something in your story that put me in that mood. I know that I don't go and wax poetically about how much your story sucks so if you can't take a review that isn't sugarcoated or singing your praises then you shouldn't be posting stories on the internet in the first place. The phrase "Don't like, Don't read" only has about two or three situations that it can be used without being absolutely childish and they are all pretty much the same thing. That situation being if someone is continuously complaining about something they knew they were going to get(like something warned about in the summary, something established earlier in the story, or something the author stated they weren't changing). Not to mention that the response is inherently hypocritical. If you don't like the reviews then you don't have to read them either. I don't even expect my reviews to be read unless the author has already responded to one.
Lord of the Ring crossovers that just rewrite the movies. Yes, the movies were epic. I understand that. However if I wanted to watch the movie I'd do that. What's the point of adding a new character if all the major plot points stay exactly the same? Throw in a divergence point and spice things up. Maybe Sauron gets the ring and is revived to full power. Then your likely overpowered character can do something impressive. Think of something.
Summaries that aren't summaries. This comes in many forms but it's always annoying. For example the author may tell you to 'read and find out' what the hook of their story is. So instead of actually telling us what the premise of the story is they're relying on your sense of curiosity to make you read? Doesn't bode well for the story in my opinion.
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