Best manga series without anime adaptations
I'd love to see how anyone would go about adapting this.
With a strong stylist sensibility, I think you pull off a stunning adaptation. It would just be so easy to fuck up
Vinland Saga is a very eclectic series, proposing an integrative approach to narrative that incorporates the Farming aspects of Vagabond and the sailing aspects of Berserk. Truly - such an approach is unparalleled within the medium.
One of the best pacing I've ever seen
It's just a matter of time before it gets adapted. OPM sales is crazy good in nip
Hoshi no Samidare
Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru
All Rounder Meguru
Taiyou no Ie
Koe no Katachi
Sakamoto desu ga
Eden no Ori
Some of these are just a matter of time though. Some probably already have anime announced.
I really wish this series got even just an OVA. It's extremely underrated.
I got the end in a sense that escalation of violence never leads to a happy ending. Unless you're prepared to be violent all your life and be the best at it, it'll fuck you up. Even if you change as person and move to a different place, it'll find you and not everyone is Musashi.
But what the fuck happened exactly? Because if Kamishiro died and became a yankee-hunting street spirit, I want to read THAT manga now.
most satysfying idolshit
just asking for it
imagine the incredible butthurt that would ensue
I've been waiting 10 years for my Ultra Heaven ending. Let alone an anime adaptation, which would probably be shit.
How is Pandora Heart's anime adaption pure shit? It has been a long time since I saw it (like 5 years) but when I read the manga afterwards I feel like it was pretty accurate and it was definitely enjoyable even without having read the manga.
This is the gif that made me watch it.
>How is Pandora Heart's anime adaption pure shit?
Did you watch the whole thing? If you liked the end of it or the whole thing overall and not just specific moments/episodes then you hav epure shittaste. It was like Deadman Wonderland, trying to be at first accurate, but ending up somewhere it shouldn't be.
Never see Ares mentioned on here. Follows some new mercenary recruits in a medieval setting with no magic bullshit. It has a slow start and crap art at the beginning, but gets to be quite good when it hits its stride. Its beginning really sucks as a hook though.
Of coarse I watched the whole thing. I only read the manga because I watched the show and wanted to see more of the story. It has been about 5 years though, like I mentioned, so I'm not going to sit here and pretend I remember it vividly. I remember enjoying it and not being completely pissed off at the adaption when I read it afterwards.
Pandora Hearts used to be on a lot of the "/a/'s recommended anime" images.
Honestly, the art is pretty terrible and the fights don't really stand out much in comparison to other series in the same genre.
but the fucking character interaction is godly. To start with the fact that the characters range from middle aged detectives to middle school girls and that each of them gets decent exposure on their goals/wishes/personality. I'd honestly watch a slice of life of the characters just because it's fun as fuck watching the general banter whenever they aren't fighting.
It's one of my favorite series just because of this.
> As Oz turns and leaves with the rest of the group, Xai's inner monologue reveals that "Even though it's never ideal to reject someone's existence, a being such as Oz can't be allowed to carry on existing, or else..." Alternatively, Oz thinks to himself that everything almost seems like some sort of fairy tale that someone made up, with everything being shrouded in mystery. But now rather than accepting everything as it is, he wants to rewrite the story as his own. But even if his time's limited, he's sure they'll be okay, because they're the authors after all.
>During the carriage ride home, Alice asks what will become of them once everything is all said and done and they've managed to solve all the mysteries they've been faced with.
>Back at the mansion where the Coming of Age Ceremony was held, "Lacie" can be heard playing as Jack's pocket watch sits wrapped around the grave in the tomb. The End.
i think he survived. but either way he found his "holyland" on the streets so it even if he died, he died on those streets that are his holyland.
i can't help but love the ending.
Are you caught up on the manga?
Part of what you put there is really close to the events recently.
Besides that though, very rarely should you let a anime ending decide your opinion of the entire show. If every anime ended with "now go read the manga!" or "read the novel!" I don't think you would be any happier. Another anime with a worse ending than that used to also be highly recommended, Claymore.
Totally agree. Doesn't look like there is enough manga material so it will be a very long time if it does get an adaption. If there is a premature adaption I think it would be counter productive, since Takehiko Inoue would get inundated with more promotional work.
Yes I'm caught up to the manga and know it isn't like the anime, because it's actually good. Every goddamn chapter sins two/three years had a important moment or goddman plottwist, the anime could deliver this feeling in anyway.
I never said that the series is shit, I said that the anime wasn't a good adaption. It may be a "good" anime as itself, but not if you compare it to the manga.
>If every anime ended with "now go read the manga!" or "read the novel!"
That's why I mentioned DW
child rearing arc, gentleman
I don't feel as strongly towards it. I think I remember it skipping the teaparty or something and some of the character building scenes, but overall it followed the manga. As far as adaptions go it could have been way worse and because of that I do not believe that it is shit.
good adaption = respect the original and follow it
bad adaption = pic related
It'd be either something great or a total shit.
Personally I'd be happy with something Free!-tier.
I'd much rather have more doujins of Teppu.
I could get behind that, it's pretty good as a coming of age story, although I have to wonder what parts would get cut out to make it airable
it's hard to imagine the shitposting scenes to be nearly as impactful in an adaptation