i really want to see a Vagabond Anime being made , that manga was amazing but still no sign of any kind of animation for it
Not happening ever with all the copyrights shit involved, but Shiori Experience would probably be marvelous if adapted right.
No. 5 would be super cool. I think, if they market it to the west it could actually be somewhat succesful.
I would love to see all of Tsutomu Nihei's manga get adaptions.
Especially Abara, that one can be handled in a single movie or 3 episode OVA, same goes for land of the Dolls.
Onani Master Kurosawa would be a nice 25-26 episode series with a few OVAs that shows the characters when they're older.
Fire Punch seems interesting, and like something that would probably be handled by polygon.
I think golden era Bones, or Sunrise could've done this justice.
Otherwise a collaboration between IG, and Manglobe
This looks like a cool manga.
I'm digging the Moebius look to it.
I think a Sun-Ken Rock anime would be fucking amazing anime. Who would be able to animate this though?
No one, also is manhwa so that 0% chance is -100% chance.
I dunno, even then I feel like animation can't capture the art well enough in motion without changing the style or spending an unfeasible amount of time animating it. Also I don't really see the faces translating well into animation.
I could see it happening
Also Golden Kamui is an absolute inevitability
I want an Ares manga done in a similar style as Samurai Champloo, by Madhouse
If Made in Abyss can get an anime, anything is possible.
Boku girl needs an anime, and someone needs to translate the last couple of chapters already.
>Want your favorite manga to be flooded by fuckng casual anime only fags and cancer of the highest order
No thx. I learnt my mistake from Jojo
Everytime a manga got an anime adaption, the thread quality went to literally pure unfiltered shit . There is no point anyway, since the original manga source has better art 99,9%
It wouldn't be the best and it ain't gonna happen, but I'd watch it.
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I think Vagabond wouldn't translate very well. There's a lot of still images that achieve their sense of motion in the manga that wouldn't translate very well to actual animation.
I don't know if it could be done justice.
Now REAL on the other hand, seems like it doesn't have the same limitations. The only problem I could see would be finding an audience for it.
The rest of Senyuu. The anime only covered a small part, i fact most of the actual plot happens after the anime.