Details?

Ace
Retired Staff

The title is a bit odd but:

in your opinion in terms of details can be anything (Art/Animation, Storyline, Character development or voice acting ETC) what can you not watch or read.

what do you prefer? Personally, There are some anime with less detail on what i like (Art+Storyline) so i read the manga instead, same can be with manga though. some examples for me.

Kingdom: Anime tried with 3D making it have less detail while the manga was very much detailed as i wanted.

Elfen lied: Anime did not have as much character storyline as manga

Naruto: There's no fillers in the manga in some sources making only the naruto experience

Bleach: The voice acting in my opinion for both dubbed and sub i couldn't take it cause watching English they translated poorly and some words became irrelevant and Japanese the subtitles were also poorly translated.

Clannad+Aftersotry: The manga was great and all but it had less character development and didn't give the same feeling as the anime did.

those are merely some of my examples of what details in anime/manga that made it unreadable/watchable list some of yours if you want I'd like to know

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SecretWish
Rouge pirate

i think sekai ichi hatsukoi, deserves some more detail in anime. the details in anime are good but not great like manga

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Star_Of_Hope
Akatsuki

I don't remember reading manga for an anime that I have watched. So I wouldn't be able to answer this but I have heard that blue exorcist anime isn't up to the mark.

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Ace
Retired Staff

(02-27-2018, 09:48 PM)Star_Of_Hope Wrote: I don't remember reading manga for an anime that I have watched. So I wouldn't be able to answer this but I have heard that blue exorcist anime isn't up to the mark.

you're not wrong, there's some stuff missing in the anime which is upsetting cause the art/animation was great.

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

I'm reading Tokyo Ghoul currently, and it's pretty apparent that the manga is intended as a dark-fantasy seinen, while the anime(only the first season exists) takes a somewhat traditional shounen route. I'm almost at the chapter up to which the first season adapted.

Maybe, you can change the title to something specific.

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Ace
Retired Staff

(02-27-2018, 11:07 PM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: I'm reading Tokyo Ghoul currently, and it's pretty apparent that the manga is intended as a dark-fantasy seinen, while the anime(only the first season exists) takes a somewhat traditional shounen route. I'm almost at the chapter up to which the first season adapted.

Maybe, you can change the title to something specific.

i haven't read or watched tokyo ghoul cause i can't stand too much gore, but as for the title i ain't creative enough to think up one ,-,

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MadaraUchiha
Akatsuki

(02-27-2018, 11:20 PM)Ace Wrote: i haven't read or watched tokyo ghoul cause i can't stand too much gore, but as for the title i ain't creative enough to think up one ,-,


As far as Naruto is concerned, while there are gaping flaws(fillers being a major one), there are many scenes which had better payoff in the anime, emotional scenes and action scenes.

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Rustier
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I definitely agree about the Naruto example. But, I have always preferred the anime over the Manga. Maybe because I don't like to read lol. I think both of them can leave details to the imagination. That's part of the experience.

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