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There's really no mention about what it stands, as far as I can recall. In fact, S-rank is not only used in One Punch Man. Reading around some articles, it seems like most of them attribute the S-rank as having originated in Japan. The meaning of 'S', however, is still unknown and is subject to speculation. From what I've read, however, it seems like there ...


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The symbols you typed are called kaomoji. According to Symbol Go, kaomoji are Japanese emoticons. These are text symbols, which are different from emojis (e.g., ⛄). Unlike emoticons such as :-) kaomoji can be read without tilting one's head to the left; rather, they are read horizontally, such as ( • ‿ • ). Emotions can be expressed by changing how the ...


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Ki is a special kind of natural energy (Originating from Captain Yami's homeland), which is very different from mana. Unlike mana, all living and non -living things give off Ki when they move. In other words, the ability to sense Ki, gives individuals the ability to sense attacks by people and projectile objects. Also, the fact that Ki depends more on ...


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It would depend on the medium and tropes at play within the particular series. Such as comedies breaking a 4th wall. Generally. I would say no. The reading or viewer of a particular series is an extra-diegetic spectator. The narrative present are convey some sort of atmosphere to the spectator (perhaps for amusement). The emotive transformation tropes is ...


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