What novels would you like to see turned into anime?
Probably considered pleb tier or something but I don't care.
The Malazan book of the fallen. There's no way something that long would happen in theaters, andI can't imagine a live action show lasting ten seasons or getting the needed budget. Thus, anime would be the thing most likely to do the series justice if somestudio lost its mind and took the gamble.
With my luck, though, Rake would get forced into a more prominent role beyond just the books he's in because he'd turn into the resident broody bishonen.
The live-action show fucking sucks. You can't make a faithful adaption without proper narration and setting that anime can do.
Something Wicked This Way Comes would be really easy to fuck up but if they pulled it off would be better than most horror anime out there, while also having that comfy boyhood thing going for it.
I have silly thoughts about writing a novel that gains enough popularity to get an anime.
>Try to learn moon a number of times
>Don't actually like the language itself, makes learning unfun
>Learning Latin instead
I dunno, man. Kinda pointless, but at least Latin is fun.
This. Alternatively, The Black Company.
There's also a fuckton of words still in use today that have Latin roots, or are just straight up Latin. Having knowledge of this junk is kinda nice.
>written by a semi-11
holy shit cmon boys.
What do you think about wheel of time anime?
>British/American lol so randumb humor
doesn't have to specifically be anime, just animated. the series is way too big to be done well as live action unless it had a GoT type budget and even then there's too much actual magic that would require lots of CGI.
but with animation all that wouldn't matter, 24 episode seasons could easily summarise each book, if not more, there is a ton of filler and dicking around that could be chopped out and cut down.
It's pretty much anime already, especially the second volume
>blonde klutz big boobed princess
>MILF airship lady
>Gay child rapist and his band of shota
I'd want it to only contain cute girls though, imagining them all huddled together in fear as a destroyer passes over head waiting to depth charge them would be priceless.
It's got comedy, it's got seriousness, it's got animals.
What else do you need?
>tfw I really liked the film version of The Golden Compass but it didn't do well enough to warrant a sequel
Those novels that take place in a super futuristic society where scarcity doesn't exist; I forget what they're called, but that would make a great anime.
Lord of the Rings, just because I want to see animated orc battles and such.
Harry Potter because I want to see what Japan would do with it.
The movie ended at a weird point too.
How were they supposed to start the next movie with her father's dick move? It works best as a shocker Empire-Strikes-Back-style ending.
>Those novels that take place in a super futuristic society where scarcity doesn't exist; I forget what they're called, but that would make a great anime.
Gonna have to narrow that down a bit.
The Nightwatch and Witches Discworld books and some Wizard SoL
The Dresden Files
Deltora Quest except done good
Weyrs of Pern
I got into reverse traps early.
>Dragonsong's title cut off
Why did I choose that pic?