"There's a distinct intimacy and privacy and it's a very special moment with family and friends, and I wouldn't want anything to tarnish that or to take away from that.It's a time that I want to be able to honor my fiancee and soon-to-be wife and her family, and I want it to be ours.The recent surge in joke dating games did nothing to sway me either. The incredibly popular manga series didn’t get a lot of play with western audiences until its phenomenal anime adaptation in 2012.This is thanks in part to nearly every character being named after a famous band, song or album (have fun copyright lawyers). Right off the bat, you’ve got some of the most unique and detailed character designs in all of animedom, courtesy of the probably immortal Hirohiko Araki.And then when the time is right, we're absolutely going to sit down and start planning that." He said he hasn't heard from ABC about setting televised wedding plans, and he's fine with that, because he doesn't really want to get married on TV."That's something we would have to discuss together but very honestly, my first reaction would be that I would probably rather not," he said.
(Photo Credit: Getty Images) "We're enjoying this time of being engaged, continuing to date and court each other, and getting to know each other even more," Jordan told . She's back to work flipping houses and he's traveling around the country calling college football games.They're settling in to life together, which is why they're not in a rush to get married.The stories are over the top, the fight scenes even more so, and every new series Araki burns down his old formula and tries again with something new.Needless to say, when it did hit western shores, it created one of the largest, most enthusiastic and just plain insane fan bases in anime. So, I wasn’t surprised when I heard rumours about from the outside and see it as one big joke.