Do you accept the story in anime when it's not the same in manga?

MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

Well, I don't really read any manga, but, if I find that an anime I watch sucks, I search whether it has a manga adaptation or not, and find whether it's good..... If it is good, I consider reading it...... I think, I read Blue Exorcist manga, after I got bored of the anime version........ But, I don't really 'accept things', if the adaptation sucks, it sucks, in my opinion.......

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Testaccount
(02-18-2016, 01:13 AM)MelloLily Wrote: The good thing about having different types of fans is having different interpretations. One isn't right over the other, unless clearly stated by the authors. Anime and manga are completely different markets, so I expect some plot difference to happen. Watching people argue over this is pointless to view and pointless to do, because each fan is strong in their beliefs, and who are we to change that? I avoid throwing myself in these petty arguments because I believe they can just simply be fans of the series and not have to agree on how the series is ran. If an anime fan or manga fan enjoys to plot they are viewing, then that is all that matters. Trying to convince them otherwise will just make them lose interest in the series.

May be you haven't seen obsessed fans.
How will you deal with one when you encounter people like that? They aren't cool like us trolls.

(02-17-2016, 03:20 PM)Ace Wrote: even i have my sadistic sides i do enjoy it as long as it remains fun for the other person

Do you really think you are sadistic? Care to join us trolls in trolling the otaku?

(02-17-2016, 02:46 AM)Davis Wrote: well it if i liked the ending that's my opinion and it doesn't  matter if its a fake edning.  as i do not read the manga it doesn't bother me at all.

i watch it, so all that matters is if i liked it or not, if the ending was different that doesn't matter as i will never read it and if someone tells me that, i will be like ok cool...

What if the manga has a really cool ending than the anime?
Will you read that?
Just found out that you are not much of a reader.

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Davis
NBF member

(02-19-2016, 03:00 AM)Testaccount Wrote: May be you haven't seen obsessed fans.
How will you deal with one when you encounter people like that? They aren't cool like us trolls.


Do you really think you are sadistic? Care to join us trolls in trolling the otaku?


What if the manga has a really cool ending than the anime?
Will you read that?
Just found out that you are not much of a reader.

nope, i would not

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MelloLily
Retired Staff

(02-19-2016, 03:00 AM)Testaccount Wrote: May be you haven't seen obsessed fans.
How will you deal with one when you encounter people like that? They aren't cool like us trolls.


Do you really think you are sadistic? Care to join us trolls in trolling the otaku?


What if the manga has a really cool ending than the anime?
Will you read that?
Just found out that you are not much of a reader.

Considering I'm an admin on NarutoSpot, I see obsessed fans all the time. I just don't care to pay attention to them.

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Testaccount
(02-20-2016, 07:01 AM)MelloLily Wrote: [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] can't see the truth here.

(02-19-2016, 05:18 AM)Davis Wrote: nope, i would not

Even though you want to know the real ending of the story that manga provides unlike anime?

(02-18-2016, 01:13 AM)MelloLily Wrote: The good thing about having different types of fans is having different interpretations. One isn't right over the other, unless clearly stated by the authors. Anime and manga are completely different markets, so I expect some plot difference to happen. Watching people argue over this is pointless to view and pointless to do, because each fan is strong in their beliefs, and who are we to change that? I avoid throwing myself in these petty arguments because I believe they can just simply be fans of the series and not have to agree on how the series is ran. If an anime fan or manga fan enjoys to plot they are viewing, then that is all that matters. Trying to convince them otherwise will just make them lose interest in the series.

Then you were never involved in any argument?
Don't you have any favorite characters from any anime?

(02-17-2016, 03:20 PM)Ace Wrote: even i have my sadistic sides i do enjoy it as long as it remains fun for the other person

Define your sadistic nature?
That must be quite low compared to us trolls

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Davis
NBF member

(03-06-2016, 03:18 AM)Testaccount Wrote:

Even though you want to know the real ending of the story that manga provides unlike anime?

yeah but i dont want to know, the anime showed me its ending, i don't read the manga so that's it.

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Kamikaze
Retired Staff

I always stick to the canon/source material, which in most cases is the manga. So if the anime or any part of the anime doesn't match with the manga, such as with fillers, I don't usually watch it unless I really like the anime. But that's rare in most cases, for me at least.

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Sebastian
(03-11-2016, 08:33 PM)Kamikaze Wrote: I always stick to the canon/source material, which in most cases is the manga. So if the anime or any part of the anime doesn't match with the manga, such as with fillers, I don't usually watch it unless I really like the anime. But that's rare in most cases, for me at least.

come on man xD
there are some anime that are adopted from light novels.
how would you assess them?

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Kamikaze
Retired Staff

(03-11-2016, 10:54 PM)Sebastian Wrote: come on man xD
there are some anime that are adopted from light novels.
how would you assess them?

Oh shit I forgot about light novels lool. Well its the same story with those animes. I'd only watch parts of the anime that come from the light novels and ignore the episodes that aren't from them. But with most of the animes ive watched that are adapted from light novels, there aren't really any sort of filler arcs or filler episodes aside from some OVA's at least.

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Robin
(03-12-2016, 08:13 PM)Kamikaze Wrote: Oh shit I forgot about light novels lool. Well its the same story with those animes. I'd only watch parts of the anime that come from the light novels and ignore the episodes that aren't from them. But with most of the animes ive watched that are adapted from light novels, there aren't really any sort of filler arcs or filler episodes aside from some OVA's at least.

What exactly are light novels?
Are they made by Japanese people too?

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