Or better, just more convenient:
Is spinning pole more convenient?
We can argue this as much as we’d like, but the reality is that if you’re working in the garage, you’re getting a lot more done in a shorter timeframe for that same time period. And in turn, you’re saving money.
If you work in a garage, you’re not going to have a lot of time to do all of the same things, and you will be better at it. However, if you have a team of 5 engineers working together to create your product, you’d be better off with a spinning/plastic pole.
So if you still have other objections, you might be better off using a metal pole for your product, then just switch. It’s more convenient and more stable than the spinning pole, but it might need to be replaced.
We’ve heard rumors for years now that an anime adaptation of the manga, One-Punch Man, was in the works, but now more details are emerging regarding who the project might be based on.
According to the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, Yoshimasa Hosoya, the former voice actor for Akira Toriyama, is writing his own story. Hosoya served as an animation director on the television anime series, and as a sound designer as well.
Hosoya is best known for his recurring roles as Satoshi Kamiya in Free Willy, and for acting as Mr. Popo in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Hosoya’s role as Satoshi Kamiya is still available on the Internet Archive of United States, where those who wish to see another performance of the original series can check out archived clips of Hosoya.
One Punch Man will mark Hosoya’s first original project since 2000. Hosoya has no connection to One-Punch Man, but has been vocal about anime work in the past. Hosoya reportedly played the villain in the anime anime adaptation of Kishida Yasuharu’s manga. Hosoya also voiced the villainous character Chrollo Lucilfer in the 1998 film, Devilman.
While One-Punch Man was in development, Hosoya voiced some of Toriyama’s other characters, including Akira in Ghost in the Shell and Kite in the Dragonball anime.
Source: Comic Natalie
Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, blogs and runs interviews for (Re)Generation Who and Potter
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