Where will the sheep all go?
You know...anime wise or not...be very descriptive and such. Nobody ask...what are those manga about...
When Naruto and Bleach end, there will be more Naruto and Bleach-esque shows to come out. It's inevitable. Even if future anime isn't exactly like Naruto or Bleach, people will find something that they will like and stick to that. Whether or not that anime will become popular and mainstream is disputable. We'll just have to wait and see.
In the end, it's not like Naruto and Bleach are going to end any time soon. Naruto still hasn't reached "Part 2" of the series yet, and Bleach is looking like it's committing to another filler arc (due to the OP theme on their recent episodes).
Edit: By the way, Hassun, I love it how you stole my title.
Ichimaru ftw. I can't wait to have him back on after Christmas. Ikorose, Shinsō!
Any particular manga/anime titles and why? Any chance they were never really manga/anime fans to begin with?
that's coz they're not as widely popular as bleach and naruto. think DBZ where everyone had a fav character and fav move. Manga like Death Note is also is not so for everyone but still enjoyable with it's twist in the plot. Others for for teenage girls or romance and so on. other mangas are aimed at different sections of the market.
Thanks for the siggy Ky-lyrra
Naruto and Bleach, though both are really good are far from the best. There is life beyond these 2. People thought the exact same thing years ago with the end of shows like DBZ and Inuyasha. With the growing popularity of anime feel secure in the fact that it isnt going anywhere. With shows like Kiba, Tsubasa Chronicle, Tokkou, and many more, I feel that the future of anime is bright.
I agree with everyone else. These to maybe very popular at the moment but they aren't the only ones out there. Before these two end, the ones to take their place should already be out on the market. But if there is an anime that can top these two it probably would knock them out before they even finish.
Grumble Grumble Grumble
Still, both 'Naruto' and 'Bleach', both the Manga and Anime series, have not been able to knock off the ratings king in Japan, which is still 'One Piece'. I have no idea with the execs at Toei Studios were thinking when they authorized that horribly butchered English dub of the series, but the original Japanese version is fantastic...
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