explain to me a better anime than monster
>protip you cant
>judging anime on arbitrary age based categories
I have this on my backlog, but I can't seem to make myself watch it. Hell, I own the first six volumes of the perfect edition releases of the manga, and I can't bring myself to read them. What the hell is wrong with me? I usually jump at the chance for this kind of shit.
It's a painfully exact shot-for-shot remake of the manga - they may as well have just held a camera over the shoulder of someone reading the tankobons. It's one of the most redundant anime ever made.
Just finished watching this today. It's top tier but also had its flaws especially with the ending. The characters are some of the best in anime though. Sure beats the shitty anime that gets churned out these days, that's for sure.
>voice acting, animation, color, music, and OPs/EDs hold no value
come on now anon
the way ED 1 used the haunting background song with the storybook's illustration was nothing short of excellent. The anime is worth if for that alone
Some random guy comes and shoots him while Tenma is still in the middle of trying to find a solution.I wouldn't call that well-written.
After going rapidly through the pages of the last volumes I have to say it wasn't as bad as I remembered it being though.
it was symbolic an shit tho. I liked it to be honest since it showed that Tenma didn't have to be take on the burden of ousting Johan, the personification of evil, by himself. The man was Johan's sins catching up to him in a way