kino no tabi is going to have a manga adaptation in the magazine Edge.
It's bi-monthly, I hate that.
Well, maybe it'll end up all right.
Neat. There was that picture drama from last year too.
It won't happen, but i'd like to see another Kino anime adaptation.
Hopefully she won't have a head as round as a fucking bowling ball this time.
Let's hope so anon, younger generations probably doesn't know how good the 2003 anime is, hopefully it'll rekindle an interest.
New anime with better visuals and Kino being an androgynous pretty girl instead of a kid with a melon head, 26 episode format would be better too.
I mean, less popular series got a reboot before right
I can't wait for kinomod to hear the good news.
Adaptations of LNs are always by new artists so they can get experience drawing without having to write at the same time. No one gives a shit about adaptations, they're mostly just to get the artist ready to do their own series.
This may be more what you are looking for.
A bit like, Kino no Tabi but more urbex
You're either implying that no work should be produced that isn't by a previous established artist or that any work by a new artist is inherently inferior. Either way, that's a stupid thing to think.
The only thing that changes is that the artstyle won't look like any other manga that's already out.
I'm implying it has more chances of not being very good. If they're going to adapt something I like I rather have it done by someone with more experience.
It's not going to be exactly the same. The artist is going to do an interpretation of the work. Whenever it comes out good, bad, or better depends on how skilled they are. I'd rather they give it to someone less new.
True, but she does get into that exact situation in the show and all her attackers end up dead.
And she doesn't drink or anything either.
If I were her I'd be paranoid as fuck all the time though, especially sleeping outside.
Situations almost identical to that have happened in the light novels. She either shoots, stabs, kung-fu, or some combination thereof, them to death. She's wiped out squads of veteran soldiers, gangs that terrorize entire countries, several assassins, and many more.
She's a tiny, unstoppable force of nature.
>Not having Kiyuzuki Satoko to draw the manga.
Thanks, I'll check it out.
I love kettenkrad.