See now I'm unsure again lol. The story was okay, but with the plotholes and that ending, I just wished for a better one, but couldn't be done with 12 episodes lol.
More like he had severe health issues until he died a couple years ago..The manga extends a bit beyond where the series left off but the author stopped writing it after the Fukushima disaster as he wasn't comfortable writing an apocalypse story any more. So there is morebut it is incomplete. (I have the a4 sized full colour editions) I enjoyed them but it is what it is, as it were.
Depending on how the sales will go, they may offer a complete series release before the eventual Classics (2018)/Essentials set. The original Steins;Gate didn't get a complete series release in normal branding, only went straight to Classics then the Classics 2018 version.Sorry for the "double" question, but is it possible that FUNimation would do a complete Steins;Gate 0 box? - like the two parts in one amaray. Or have they stopped doing that?
Some examples, Attack on Titan P1/P2 was merged into S1, same thing with the original Steins;Gate.
I could see that happen, yeah. But as Tiago said, couldn't it be years before that would happen? - if so, I would just get the two parts sets, if it means I would have to wait so long.Depending on how the sales will go, they may offer a complete series release before the eventual Classics (2018)/Essentials set. The original Steins;Gate didn't get a complete series release in normal branding, only went straight to Classics then the Classics 2018 version.
Actually, it's not that bad if you leave some good time apart. There is quite a drop of quality between S;G and 0's anime in just about every metric. If you go from 0 to S;G afterwards it'll make the latter all the more impressive.I started on S;G 0, but quickly put it on hold as the Blu-ray was announced.
I always assumed it was illusions of grandeur rather than being any kind of god.Hi guys
I will be honest with you, I asked this question in a lot of forums and still didn't get an answer, in fact, if you searched for this question on google chances are the poster is me. And I also asked people that watch One Piece as well and I'm still looking for answers. And I'm not doing this because of any malicious intent, I genuinely don't know the answer.
So I'm hoping to find an answer here.
In the Skypiea arc in the One Piece anime series, Enel, who is the main antagonist of that arc, says he's "god", is that true?
And if so, does he mean he’s A god, like Thor from the Marvel comic book franchise or does he mean he’s THE God, the one one that Muslims and Christians pray to?
And did any of the Straw Hat Pirates believed him?