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Old 2022-10-31, 08:25   Link #41
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Also, personally, other then anime I rarely watch shows weekly anymore. To many shows and to little time, to waste it on something I may end up disliking. So I wait to hear what the general consensus is before watching something, and I know I'm not the only person in that boat.
Thing is, you can still do that even if they release shows weekly. Just wait for them to end. The opposite isn't possible when everything is released at once. Weekly discussions and speculations are nipped in the bud.

I wasn't aware they're trying to phase it out, so I guess they are asking themselves the right questions. It felt like all they were focused on was cracking down on password sharing.
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Old 2022-11-22, 19:34   Link #42
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Having read the manga I wonder how are gonna people react to this calmer side of Vinland Saga. Kinda like the village arc of Vagabond. I read that Yukimura already wanted the manga begin with the farm but his editor suggested the first arc to be focused on violence to generate a major change on Thorfinn.
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Old 2022-11-22, 20:05   Link #43
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I expect to see a vocal minority complaining a lot, or is that too predictable?
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Old 2022-11-23, 10:17   Link #44
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The anime releasing weekly will alleviate a lot of issues people had with this arc in the manga.
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Old 2022-11-23, 12:53   Link #45
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The anime releasing weekly will alleviate a lot of issues people had with this arc in the manga.
Pretty much the anime is going to release 2 chapters per week, give or take compared one chapter per month for the manga this should make things bearable. Still people will still complain, they always do.
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Old 2022-11-23, 19:36   Link #46
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Pretty much the anime is going to release 2 chapters per week, give or take compared one chapter per month for the manga this should make things bearable. Still people will still complain, they always do.
They have a right to if they don't like it. It will be a pretty big departure from the first season after all, I think it's only natural that some will not like this new direction.
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Old 2022-11-23, 20:05   Link #47
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They have a right to if they don't like it. It will be a pretty big departure from the first season after all, I think it's only natural that some will not like this new direction.
Yeah that's why I brought the divisive Vagabond arc which was about people working in the farm rather than fight samurais or ronins. In fact, Yukimura's previous work Planetes primarily focused on living in different lives from different perspectives rather than deal with too many difficulties in space.

For the side wanting more violence at least Canute's character might attract them.
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Old 2022-11-23, 20:26   Link #48
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Part of the problem here is that readers/viewers who liked the testosterone poisoned Viking slaughter fest generally won't like the more "peaceful" farm story. And the people looking for complex characters, character development, detailed settings etc would likely enjoy the farm setting but not so much the story leading up to it.

Personally, I enjoyed both. The tone shift is actually more subtle than it might seem at first.
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Old 2022-11-24, 14:50   Link #49
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And the people looking for complex characters, character development, detailed settings etc would likely enjoy the farm setting but not so much the story leading up to it.
I don't see why this would be the case at all. The first arc had plenty of that stuff. Askeladd was easily the most complex character in the whole manga and obviously he was exclusive to the first arc and won't be around in season 2.

Just because one story has more action than another doesn't mean it automatically has less depth.
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