>>2609833>Dude, how many anons does it take for you to go away?
What?>You come to a Takeda general telling everyone that Takeda is shit (for the dumbest reasons) and you expect everyone in this thread to agree with you. You're delusional.
You're the delusion one. Either you're referring to some OTHER anon who did say this shit earlier in the thread or for some reason your autism over anything people say about Takeda has somehow led you to reach into thinking I was somehow shitting on the guy's works. Either way, you need to take your meds and relax. Once again, stop boogeyman posting. Not everyone is the same anon. Pic related.>>2609835>Takeda himself has agreed that writing is very hard for him,
And that's fine, I still enjoy his art and mangas. I never said his work was terrible, I only agreed with the other anon(s), that he keeps repeating the same things and rushing the corruption more and more.>why are you expecting top tier literature from him?
No, this is your own autism taking any small opinion over the dude's work and feeling like it's some massive insult.>>2609834
Anyways, you were talking about the speed of corruption? I do agree with you on that part, was never a fan of instant corruptions, such as Miel VNs.
Yeah, I have the same issue with most Miel VN's for that same reason. I mean, fast corruptions can work, but it depends on the story and how its done. Some of Takeda's newer stories do do the quick corruption well, while some just feel too rushed. Of course, I know not everything is catered to a singular person, so it's just my personal feeling on some of his works. Still, I feel like his older works did this less, or at least eased into the corruption better than his most recent works. It could just be an issue of him putting so many projects on himself that's causing this. His current sentai thing does seem to be handling it much better though.