What really bothers me is that animes are usally changed from the original mangas... a lot! Fillers are very annoying (only very few are good) and plot cuts, changes or additions are also usally very bad and annoying.
Just look at how awesome the FMA manga is and how crappy the anime is. There's so many character deaths and plot changes, it really freakin annoys me! Just leave the darn thing how it is!
Well anyways, I'm watching Yuu Yuu Hakusho again along with Flame of Recca and some others too. Man, I really got to say that their both awesome! I like Flame of Recca slightly more because of the manga. The anime is also good but the changes are once again... you guessed it! Damn right ANNOYING!
I have a message to the people who make so many great mangas and animes: Leave the darn animes the way the original mangas were!!! Geez, what is it with all your changes? Stop it already, its enough!
I'm actually reading more mangas then watching animes now! Which might not be so bad but I also read the English captions/subtitles while watching the animes in the original un-edited/un-cut Japanese version. So, its roughly about the same amount of stuff to read. Anyone have any opinions on this? Which one you like more: mangas-animes or why they change it so badly? It really bothers me as you can probably get the idea by now. ^-^;
Dragon Ball was an except though. I actually like the anime more than the manga which is really surprising. Even most of the fillers were good! O_O Heh and that's why its my favorite anime/manga of all time followed by DBZ and the rest of the ones I mentioned (and may have not)!
And now to sleep... I've been reading mangas all night. Flame of Recca manga, you rock really hard (except for a few sad parts which I know were nessecary to the plot). Yah!... *Falls dead asleep on keyboard... yet again.*
*Mumbles in sleep: give me back my animes and mangas! Why did you cheap, dumb YTV people take it away from me? WHY?! I want to go to the States... Mumble*
Last edited by Danny on Fri Oct 26, 2007 6:36 am, edited 1 time in total.