Have you notice that in many anime adaptations of manga they change things
February 10, 2012 3:04pm CST
I remember reading a certain manga and in that manga a group of villains were killed 1 by one by the protagonist but in the anime adaptation, those villains were redeemed and turned stopped their evil ways. I also noticed there are the "manga only characters" who never maked the anime adaptation, while in the anime adaptation, there are characters who are not in the manga. Now I already get why some manga readers dont get along with some anime watchers, cos a lot of anime adaptations were different from the manga source.
11 Feb 12
Sometimes the anime gives the writer a chance to end his story a bit differently. Allowing him to see how people would have reacted if something else had happened to the protagonist instead. But other times I think that the anime was changed so that they could either prolong the series or remove some of the scenes that the producers were not comfortable with.
• Calgary, Alberta
11 Feb 12
I remember how frustrated I was when I enjoyed a very lengthy manga series, when I found out its going to be an anime, I was excited. then I found out the adaptation is a mini series.... sometimes characters who got killed in manga, survives the anime, vice versa.