since the moment manga became as popular as american comics, people are slowly getting into the whole “manga art” thing, learning the ways of manga to draw like their favorite manga artists (I am not an exception, I have a lot of favorites >_<), hell even american comics are getting a twist of manga into them (I recall seeing superman with anime-ish eyes). a few years later, the big questions started to appear……who is stronger, superman (from dc comics) or goku (from dragonball)? and the questions grew from there, who is stronger the dudes from marvel or bleach, who would win, hulk (marvel) or a titan (attack on titans) and even more weirder questions. as much as I like to go heavily research these questions for answers (I have been in a comic fanatic state, researched lots of comic book characters, femforce, superboy-prime and the likes)……unfortunately, such questions can’t be answered because of the logic in amercian comics, there could be more than one earth, so basically, there could be a time where manga characters beat comic characters and vice versa. you know what, what if somebody in the entire internet universe asked the more interesting question, what would happen if the joker joined up with one of the characters of naruto (my bet is on tobi) or lex luthor (from dc comics) with dio brado (from jojo’s bizarre adventures) or even spirit (from will eisner’s “spirit”) helping L search for kira OwO, why can’t we ask those kinds of questions, finding the difference between the two worlds (comics and manga) would cause a lot of trouble (once, when I was researching manga and comic differences which lead me to yahoo answers, I found people cursing at each other because they are trying to prove whose more superior, I say that manga has its own thing and so does comics). why can’t we let manga villains meet the comic villains and have a big evil bar-b-q while the good guys from both manga and comic worlds worry about what the bad guys will do.
don’t you guys agree? OwO
(halibel and ivy for the win OWO)