To this day I still dont understand why. It was pretty good so why was it axed? Do nips just have shit tastes
I really like this one, sometimes i go back and check if it'll continue
I hope he learned from his mistakes and tries again.
He's another one. Good art and a solid throwback to classic Takahashi, marred by a number of missed issues and the fact that it didn't really work well for a monthly.
I don't think he planned things out well enough, so he ended up pouring cold water on a fun series by going into the drama bits too soon and for too long.
I had an entire list to post, but I'll just leave this.
Pic related was at least a little less jank than the other edgy garbage series floating around. Dead at 5 tanks, when something like this would ideally go for about 12.
Is there a graceful way for a manga to tie itself up early? A lot of the time, when a manga gets axed, you can practically see the hack wounds.
There were 3 chapters floating around at one point, pic related.
They must have been taken down.
I came here just to post this. And get angrier about it again after all these years.
>Timeskip, suddenly tiddies and lesbians
>Characters dying every chapter
>People losing powers and using "that" left and right
The mangaka wasn't even being subtle about it.
I liked it, too, but it went to shit after the Hornetman arc. I guess Avengers hype doesn't equate to sales.
>try to write your beloved chuuni story
>hey character interaction wasn't half bad, try writiing a romcom next
>discover your one true calling, but still can't accpet it
Boku ni Koisuru Mechanical
Think about Terminator with female androids, but instead of wanting to kill you they want your "seed" to conquer the future
I'm still mad but It was worth reading it
That wrap-up was sort of bullshit since for him to be the ancestor of the transhuman hero, it was more probably he boned one of the android girls instead of the human one
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Remade, yes. Kenichi comes to mind. It had 5 volume run before the one we knew and loved.
Unaxed, fuck I wish, man. Zombie Powder and 100 other SJ manga come to mind about this.
I remember this one. I wanted to like it because the premise and plot is cool and kinda unique...but the tail growing out of their heads creeps the hell out of me, its so weird and uncanny.
Everyone wants to fuck the heroine because she's like a mana battery or something, MC comes to save her and tells her she has to do all these trials to get rid of her curse thing.
It's been a while so I vaguely remember most things. I do remember the author having all these elaborate magic rituals that added to the world's structure which was kind of neat because magic was a little more complicated than just "Fireball burn thing". The art was also really cute
Goddammit, I wanted to see what happened if he ever gathered the guts to confront his slut of an ex-girlfriend.
Yes, he fucked up back then, but not getting over it and turning into a slut was all her. She needed that reality check straight from him, and he needed to realise that. He had to move on.
Yeah, and the whole "mystery girl" thing begged for a better resolution.
Jojo originally ended with part 6, and a lot of people think the ending was rushed. Steel Ball Run started 8 months later, and it was considered a separate manga before it officially became part 7.
>when it was revealed WHY it was axed
I need to lie the fuck down, I'm gonna give myself a stroke.
Anyone remember the name of that manga that was cancelled that was about a highschool boy that had psychic power and he used a student navy cap, the manga was a shonen about fights and when the characters used their powers a ring would appear around their heads, the manga was axed and the final was abrupt as fuck, the MC dies stoping a train with his psychic power and then there's a small message from the author that say he will never draw anything related about the series ever again
"NoNoNoNo" the greatest manga about skiing ever made.
No, because it wasn't LIKE Naruto. Kids found it too "cerebral" and "complicated" and just wanted the MC to be a special snowflake with a hidden inner power that secretly makes him more badass than everyone else.
I wish I was exaggerating. I really wish.
The worst part is that I can understand their point in a country where collectivism is so strong and even little kids should escape into manga where there are special snowflakes and they are not just another face from the mass.
>Yakushoku Distpiari got axed
fucking nonsense open ending to a really interesting series.
Reminder that manga only has to be interesting and the success will follow!
So much regret for this one. So much wasted potential.
The one-shot was great. The serialised manga was pathetic though.
I don't know why it was axed, it was the comfiest series ever. I really liked the art as well. Maybe it was too boring?
Bakuman turned to shit once it began arcs with any sort of romance in it. The authors can't do it, they shouldn't have even tried but the premise was that wishy washy dream from MC and VA. If Bakuman ran today we would of had weekly NTR threads about it.
>Got recommended this manga because of the main character
It should be a crime to end a series getting axed on a cliffhanger. Now I'm just left wondering "could it have fixed itself in the sequel if it happened?"
The one shot is freakin awesome.
but the serialization got serious amount of executive meddling to make it shittier.
I'm mad they change the one shot, but i ain't mad they axed shittier serialization of it.
Aka still has a long way to go. Kaguya's earlier parts was great but he messed up Kaguya's characterization which should be the biggest draw of the manga.
He clearly haven't got enough experience with the weekly release format.
>Is there a graceful way for a manga to tie itself up early?
I remember Umezu kazuo literally make the heroine of his series fall down the stairs onto the road, got hit by a truck, and turn into little pieces when his series got axed.
Not quite graceful but it did end with a bang.
Cage of Eden was pretty good, I liked the story and monsters but people were to impatient and it got a shitty ending instead.
I saw the page in thread like this.
I still try to find the damn thing. but Umezu Kazuo is damn productive, shit loads of short release and unscanlated, which make it hard to find.
not quite unaxed, but there are cases where the manga got early ending because the mangaka about to die.
Then the mangaka got better and reboot the series. Battle angel alita is one of such.
HelterSkelter is a case where the series went hiatus when the mangaka got hit by a truck. but it got continued by a friend, maybe got shorter, but it got proper ending.
This manga could have been so good if it focused more on Kagami and Mako solving supernatural mysteries. Instead we got an arc where Kagami was forced to enroll in high school even though he already has a career, and a shitty tournament arc as a last ditch effort to save it. I don't know if the mangaka or the editor is to blame for this falling apart, but it deserved what it got.
You sure it was axed? I just binge read it a week ago and while the ending wasn't that great it did not feel rushed like in most other canceled mangas - it actually came together quite nicely.
Maybe it's just me trying to rationalize away my disappointment, but I feel like there's a silver lining to the issue: it never had the time to turn into shit. I feel like there was plenty more quality content to be had, it didn't deserve to die when it did, but I'd rather have that than see it turn into run-of-the-mill shounen dreck as time went on.
It had an okay enough ending but it happened so fast it was obviously canceled.
The ending was ok, but it was definitely axed. After he finds out the swimmer was a yandere he dreams about her as a kid crying under a tree. In the last chapter we see that scene again, but yandere was replaced with the shinigami girl.
>While this popular serialization continues
>※This information is accurate at the time of publishing
REBOOT WHEN, till this day I'm still mad at Japan and their shit taste