I was thinking about One Piece, Fairy Tail, Bleach, and Naruto.
I know many girls who read Fairy Tail, but not many guys. Even Bleach as well. I know many girls that read Bleach as opposed to guys. I know many more guys who read One Piece and Naruto.
Are there things about these manga that pertain to certain genders? If no, I am curious what your response is. Same thing if it is yes.
Taking into account fanservice, cliches, story deliver, even characters and their fans. Are there some manga that pertain easier to a specific gender than others?
@sickVisionz: How about thoughts on this, then.
I'm going to give you two songs. Using the categories presented, how about you judge/compare using the songs?
and here was Frontalot's rap on G4 (we all know Richie's song 'Bring Back Toonami' was what got him noticed by Adult Swim)
Who is the true Nerdcore/Otaku King?
Ways I address the comparison.
- Spread/popularity (Richie's been on Toonami, Frontalot's been on G4)
- Overall lyrical skill
- How relateable is what they rap about to the nerd culture (that might be the toughest one to separate since they are both classified nerdcore rappers. It might be a more personal battle this one - how relateable is what they rap about to YOU, the listener)
- Impact upon the nerd culture (This one leans heavily on Frontalot, who coined the term "nerdcore". Dunno if Richie has something big enough to combat that)