Tuesday Otaku Debate: Big Swords vs. Big Breasts!

12:38 AM on 04.30.2008 // God Len



Last week our boss Dick McVengeance down in Japan decided that it was time for the two otaku Meccas to duke it out: the land of electronics, Akihabara, vs. the land of the hidden otaku, Den Den Town. However, this was no battle, this was a slaughter. Akihabara wins by a landslide. Though go to both if you have the chance.

Den Den Town: 3
Akihabara: 14

Last week’s Otaku Debate might have been a little hard to vote for, seeing how most of you have not been to either of these places, so this time I have a subject we all know and love. Check it out after the jump.


Time for this week’s Otaku Debate, which would you rather have in an anime, big swords, or big breasts? This is no frat boy debate, it actually has a scholarly aspect to it as well. Big swords represent change, destruction, and human ingenuity; while big breasts represent creation, the old world, and sweet love. Though when all is said and done, they both feel great in your hands.

Now which one makes an anime better? Let’s take Bleach as an example. Do you like it because of Ichigo’s sword, or Orihime? See, not so easy. So vote now!



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