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    Err, that's also true. And in Inu Yasha it's way too obvious...while in DGM it's partly obvious...but again it isn't sometimes.
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    Inu Yasha isn't obvious because THEY FREAKING KEEP ON ADDING SOME UNINTERESTING CHARACTERS !! Like come on, I can't keep track of that...every time it seems they are going to end it *BANG* new characters comes up or one character is revived...

    Rumiko was always making arcs with some other characters, but they weren't as that important...

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    That's why it's obvious...it always is like to end and then new things come...or Kagome and Inu Yasha getting close and then something interrupts them or the situation in general.

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    Would say extremely repetitive and not obvious - obvious when you know what will happen, boring if your disappointed to get amused.

    DGM can be actually obvious, while Inu-yasha can't be qualified like that because the plot of Inu-yasha gives us even less information than DGM. While we can still speculate what will happen in DGM, Inu-yasha doesn't give us that opportunity.

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    It's also obvious in Inuyasha because the other member of the pair knows it. With Allen and Lenalee, we're not even sure if they know about their own feelings, much less the other's... and there are some very different obstacles that don't involve their feelings.

    Inuyasha is way longer than DGM, and I doubt Hoshino will extend this manga to 500+ chapters. XD The reason DGM seems more predictable is because it has a more complicated plot; with Inuyasha, it feels more random. Hoshino has done some foreshadowing (Cross in the Ark, Mana being a Noah, etc.), so that predictability seems intentional.
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    There are SO MANY hints, it's very obvious, and also with the whole Kikyo & reincarnation stuff...

    Hoshino-sensei won't :=( Anyway, Inu Yasha actually only has the evil part & the Shikon no Tama as actual lead of the plot...along with the relationship of the main characters...but with every new arc it's almost like there starts something new...or it's juts me...because the plot in IY really seems sort of random.

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    The Inuyasha plot is more episodic while everything in DGM flows as in a novel; you can't skip any part of DGM and have an idea of what's happening later. The first chapter is really the only one that doesn't fit (and maybe the entire second volume) in the story that way.
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    Well, that part was more like introducing, so it wasn't that much of interesting (also sadly a reaosn why often people stopped reading before it really got a nice flow).

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    If you stop reading at the first chapter, you won't have an idea of how the story goes. -_-;; That requires a very closed mind. DGM is hardly the first manga to introduce itself in that manner, too.
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    Oh, I was one of those who stopped reading after the 1st volume...and I know quite some more who ask around whether to read on after the 3rd volume and such...

 

 
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