Is anime inferior to manga?
Fuck off, Ruggarell. No one likes you.
Is there a way I can filter any post containing this particular KLK image? I've never seen a good thread opened with it.
>are moving coloured pictures with sound inferior to shitty black and white stills without sound
welp you answer that for yourself
>something with animation, sound and colour is inferior to something without it
This stupid shit shouldn't even be up for discussion.
No, it's not.
Get a load of this pleb.
>can appreciate more things than you
And then there's this guy
Yes, because of money, shitty hack storyboard teams and animators/writers that come with working with a studio who use language like "more energy" and just make stuff up as they go along, also the spacing story wise is narrower (one episode is maybe 3-4 chapters).
Hard to say. I think it's really a case by case basis. I haven't read much manga, but I tend to like anime adaptations better. For example, I think the anime of Sayonara Zetsobou Sensei is Waaay better than the manga, but that's just me.
No, manga is inferior to anime, not the other way around.
It depends a lot on how well the anime adaption is though.
I wish i could enjoy manga but i get distracted and my thoughts wander after 5 minutes.
Why is manga still black and white most of the time?
I honestly cant name many anime adaptions that are better than their manga counterparts.
Except for Aku no Hana
>First few pages of a manga are fully coloured and look spectacular
>Goes to being black and white 5 pages in
It's cheap. They can sell that shit like newspapers instead of 20-page five-dollar pamphlets like a certain industry that's on life support.
>sell that shit like newspapers
That's a bad analogy, people actually buy manga.
I mean more that newspapers are presumably cheap as shit to print, hence being cheap to sell, and when they actually sold they made money on margins.
You don't have to know much about printing to figure that colour ink is ridiculously complicated and expensive compared to B&W.
Assuming that the anime is an adaption of the manga, it usually won't be able to emulate the artstyle of the manga perfectly, which might be for the better or for the worse. Often it also makes certain moments more intense, as I've heard many people say that Watamote was much more cringe-inducing as an anime than as a manga.
No. They are completely different mediums that shouldn't be directly compared.
On film, you’re not recording movement: you’re just taking a series of still pictures, there’s no movement in movies at all. They give you the illusion of movement: you are all watching an illusion, and this illusion is connected to the magic of movies.
But why would you compare things that are completely similar?
The entire point of comparing things is to point out differences.
Yeah and there are no characters or plot in manga either, it is merely an illusion of characters or plot.
OH AND THERE ARE NO HUMANS EITHER, SINCE THEY ARE ALL COMPOSED OF MOLECULES SO ALL YOU ARE SEEING IS THE ILLUSION OF A HUMAN.
Overall, the story telling in Manga is miles ahead.
But Manga doesn't have qt3.14 sound effects or OP and ED
So it's balanced
>manga is just anime with a really low framerate
And fedora was tipped that day
>with no framerate
>anime is just manga on a reel.
Illiterate monkey detected.
Try to draw 20 pro quality weekly pages.
Implied movements can be more beautiful than mediocre animation illustrating said movement.
It is sad people can't trust their imaginations
Blind and deaf slug detected.
>implying retards can appreciate any of that
Rest assured that all the idiots woul rather waste their time watching SnK clouds than read OPM.
>Implied movements can be more beautiful than mediocre animation
And beautiful animation completely blows implied movements out of the water. And feeds imaginations on top of that.
>one dimensional characters the manga
The only thing it has going for it is Murata's artwork.
Christ you faggots are so insufferable when it comes to being pretentious about shit. On par with naruto fanboys.
>The only thing it has going for it is Murata's artwork
You're probably the plebest of them all. How you even figured out how to breath is without a doubt the biggest accomplishment of your whole life.
If it has production value like Kill la Kill it might as well be manga.
Pleb isn't an adjective.
No, it's you.
Yeah, inferior art, pacing and detail.
But muh almost animation and seiyuu.
There's more elements in anime to control so it's easier to mess up and there's also more budget constraints, but there's nothing inherently inferior about the medium itself.
>There's more elements in anime to control so it's easier to mess up and there's also more budget constraints, but there's nothing inherently inferior about the medium itself.
This is the actual right answer. Good job boys
Good answer anon.