What was your favorite OP of 2016 /a/?
Well, at least now we know how Boku no Pico would look like as an old man.
What manga artists do you do think have good sense of it.
Who was your waifu of 2016?
How did he write this super long letter about his fight that got him killed? I'm really confused.
There aren't many choices.
Why is she so perfect?
Gantz:O is now available worldwide on Netflix.
What's your opinion on this movie?
Which is best?
Fuck Shinkai,and fuck this abortion of a movie,I came her for a good story,not suicidal depression
Botan-chan have no competition.
Manga or anime
If a series started as a manga, is the general consensus that the manga is better? Or does it vary from series to series?
It depends on what you value, and it varies between series.
Usually dependent on the budget given to the anime and the studio animating.
The manga typically has better art, as the anime has to simplify the designs, or skimp on quality control to get things ready on time. But if you prefer colour to detail, you might prefer the anime anyway.
The manga has no soundtrack or voice acting, so unless the anime does one of these incredibly badly, it wins out here. Excellent VAs and music can compensate for deficiencies in other areas.
The manga usually has better story pacing, with the anime needing to cut scenes or add filler to ensure it's at a good place to stop. There are exceptions however, like the first couple of episodes of Ao no Exorcist, which were great.
And if the manga is nowhere near finished, the anime may sometimes invent its own "gecko ending" rather than end somewhere unsatisfying, and nine times out of ten it's vastly inferior to the manga. The only series I've ever seen people prefer the anime original story was FMA, and opinion is pretty divided on that.
Personally, I'd advise watching/reading both and coming to your own decision on each series.
say something nice about this girl
S L U T
Why do people not like the ending?