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Old 2004-04-12, 16:16   Link #1
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Ranma 1/2

Episode count per season varies at first...

Season 1 had 18 episodes...
Season 2 had 22 episodes...
Season 3 had 24 episodes...
Season 4 had 24 episodes...
Season 5 had 24 episodes...
Season 6 had 24 episodes...
Season 7 had 24 episodes...
Season 8 had 24 episodes.

I believe that's right. Anyone can correct me if I'm wrong.
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Old 2004-04-12, 16:25   Link #2
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quastion about ranma 1/2

can any one tell me how many episodes there are for every season?
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Old 2004-04-12, 18:12   Link #3
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I read this thread backwards.
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Old 2004-04-12, 20:15   Link #4
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Everything is right except for the fact that there's no season 8.
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Old 2005-12-28, 23:55   Link #5
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Does this series have a definitive ending? Does he end up with someone or turn back into a boy or something? No spoilers please, just wanna know if it has an actual ending.
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Old 2005-12-29, 00:10   Link #6
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Does this series have a definitive ending?
No, there's no real definite ending. As with much of Rumiko Takahashi's work...
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Old 2005-12-29, 00:57   Link #7
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No, there's no real definite ending. As with much of Rumiko Takahashi's work...
The Ranma manga had a somewhat decent conclusion at vol 38.
Not sure how the anime ends though.

Am I right is saying that both of us are puzzled how Inuyasha keeps going on and on and on?
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Old 2005-12-29, 04:15   Link #8
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Bah! Ah well.....
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Old 2005-12-29, 12:21   Link #9
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Bah! Ah well.....
The anime defintely doesn't have a real ending, but if I remember right, the Manga does.
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Old 2005-12-30, 06:47   Link #10
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inuyasha has wizards.

AND ninjas.

ninja wizards.
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Old 2009-11-05, 22:42   Link #11
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hmmm does any1 else find it weird...the show jus shows female nudity like its nothing..i mean don get me wrong i like it and all...but wtf? i wish more non-h animes were like that and wow last post 2005
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Old 2009-11-05, 22:45   Link #12
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Does this series have a definitive ending? Does he end up with someone or turn back into a boy or something? No spoilers please, just wanna know if it has an actual ending.

if you've ever read ToLoveRu...
Spoiler for :
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Old 2009-11-05, 23:13   Link #13
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Does this series have a definitive ending? Does he end up with someone or turn back into a boy or something? No spoilers please, just wanna know if it has an actual ending.
No ending, watched everything, ovas, series, movies, and nothing. I had to read the manga to see a one page confession, but seriously the show has no cohesion or plot development, it is like Seinfeld or Family guy, you can go in, watch a few episodes and get the same satisfaction that someone who has seen all the episodes gets.
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Old 2009-11-06, 16:14   Link #14
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hmmm does any1 else find it weird...the show jus shows female nudity like its nothing..i mean don get me wrong i like it and all...but wtf? i wish more non-h animes were like that and wow last post 2005
Heh... You do realized that that female nude is actually a guy.


As for the show, since they are in high school I think it's sort of understandable that there wasn't a wedding or anything to end it.

Anime did just stop all the sudden though.

However, I will say that Ranma 1/2 has generated some of the best fanfiction ever.

I mean... Ill Met By Starlight? Talk about a "keep the lights on at night" thriller. Seeing a slapstick comedy re-interpreted as a horror story, pretty amazing.

Hearts of Ice was pretty epic.

Pastpresent was a great development of the backstory (too bad it's incomplete)

Somke & Mirrors was great for the way it made Kasumi into the heroine.

Man... now I've gotten distracted.
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Old 2009-11-08, 18:44   Link #15
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hmmm does any1 else find it weird...the show jus shows female nudity like its nothing..i mean don get me wrong i like it and all...but wtf? i wish more non-h animes were like that and wow last post 2005
Welcome to the Eighties (well, the anime is mostly from the earlies 90es, but the concept is from the Eighties)
Although it was heavily censured in France if I remember correctly.

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No ending, watched everything, ovas, series, movies, and nothing. I had to read the manga to see a one page confession, but seriously the show has no cohesion or plot development, it is like Seinfeld or Family guy, you can go in, watch a few episodes and get the same satisfaction that someone who has seen all the episodes gets.
Well done answering an almost 4 years old post !
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Old 2009-11-08, 22:17   Link #16
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ya i been what to watch it but i read the good and bad about the seas and it holding me back i have the links for it way to big for me to download at one time
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Old 2009-11-08, 22:50   Link #17
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Heh,this still shows on TV at my area.Shows how empty the timeslot is.Anyway,BREAKING POINT!
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Old 2009-11-08, 23:13   Link #18
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No, there's no real definite ending. As with much of Rumiko Takahashi's work...
All except for Maison Ikkoku............!!
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Old 2009-11-11, 23:11   Link #19
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Ranma sure as hell did have some good fanfic, though with the sheer volume of them, there were bound to be some gems.
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