Well, you can tell that the artist usually draws lewd stuff. Used to draw a lot of doujin too.
These, I'll never understand why people go around screaming for things to get an anime adaptation when nine times out of ten they're completely unnecessary and generally worse.
Children of the Sea
Me and the Devil Blues
Too bad the artstyle on all of these would be butchered to hell and back.
While still enjoyable I think Wadanohara would have worked best as an anime.
From what i have seen here that manga seems to be quite popular, which leads me to think that you're fishing for replies, but i must honestly tell you that i don't care for it, and don't understand why it's held in such, seemingly, high regards.
Finishing this atm, would seriously love this to be a show
I'm honestly not fishing for replies and completely agree with you. It was so weird and awkward I had a hard time believing the amount of people on /a/ who like it. Everything about it was just so damn dumb.
Just watched Magical Sisters Yoyo & Nene and reminded me of this series. Would look lovely animated.
>Because a manga isn't just an artstyle, anon
With individualistic artists like Daisuke Igarashi, their art carries a great deal of the feeling their manga holds, not just in the line, but also in the composition. If anyone adapting a series by such an artist can't reproduce or at least understand that, how can you expect them to produce a competent adaptation?
Obligatory. The manga series is probably the best things I could've spent those 30 bucks.