What are /a/'s thoughts regarding decent-quality original works that have been suddenly adapted into an anime and made popular among normal fags?
Would top-notch mangas like Vinland Saga or Vagabond ever get unnecessary hate from /a/ if an adaptation is made? (Even if the chances of adaptation are slim to none).
Undoubtedly. I'm a bit scared for Akame ga Kill.
Anything can get unnecessary hate
Vagabond wouldn't work as an anime. Maybe as a Ghibli movie, but even that is questionable.
JoJo got an anime yet /a/ still loves it.
I'm so gonna laugh if it reaches christmas
I have some bad news for you, anon.
I fucking hate the anime
Akame ga Kill is trash though.
Imagine how very hated secondaries would be if Yotsuba got adapted. Thankfully, it won't ever happen.
That was such a shitty manga. I really hope the anime becomes huge so I can stop seeing people say it's good.
I've already seen people hate on Parasyte and call it nothing special before the anime got announced.
It did happen with Mirai Nikki and Deadman Wonderland.
Anything could and would get hate if it gets touched by normalfags. It's sad, but it's the way it has to be.
I remember the days when JJBA would only get a single chapter released every a couple of months even when we were years behind, and threads would get 100 or 200 replies before dying.
I liked the anime, but now I can't stand the fanbase.
muh gore and deaths makes it so good and mature unlike bleach and nuruto
It's going to be interesting to see how Parasyte turns out.
Manga is my favorite yet the fanbase on /a/ and everywhere else is MLP/Trigger tier.
I don't think it's going to be the kind of anime that attracts that much attention.
Well the anime is going to be shit. It's just advertising for the movies.
it's already happening
>all those tumblr pics
Right, but see, when decent manga are just that, everything is fine and only the people enjoying the decent manga are in the thead.
Then it becomes an anime, gets overexposure, and all of the counterculture anons have to hate it and point out its flaws.
though Agk was called shit even when it was a manga
so were Medaka Box and Mirai Nikki latter was called shit after the third act and dat ending
Medaka Box is one of those rare examples where the fanbase and threads stayed exactly the same because no one even watched the anime.
The day that Vagabond has an adaptation, will be the day that i will commit sudoku
Everything has flaws anon. I wager there are very few impenetrable fortresses. Yotsuba, Hoshi no Samidare, Prunus Girl...
There are difference
-1st arc was ok
-2nd arc was shounenshit DROPPED
-1st arc is high schoolshit DROPPED
-2nd arc was ok
Probably the only good thing to come out of not getting season 3.
Director: Chiaki Kon
Composition: Mari Okada
Who could do justice to a Vagabond adaptation?
Maybe Madhouse? Shigurui was pretty dope.
also the same question for Lucifer and Biscuit Hammer except replace Madhouse with Trigger
It doesn't fucking work as an anime.
It's 20% philosophy and 40% imagery. Anime wouldn't be able to convey that shit properly, so it's reduced to 40% ACTION, which turns it into a stupid battle anime. One of many.
you obviously haven't seen how Shaft series are made. Try Bakemonogatari
Iit would probably be as bad as the Bee Train Blade of the Immortal adaption.
recen manga adaptions that turned out to be a good thing:
adaptions that made everything worse:
A movie by Ghibli, nothing more
Yeah, reduced backgrounds, or no backgrounds at all.
Try that for imagery.
Fuck of delusional fuck.
Vagabond by SHAFT would turn into this
Berserk's got boats
Vagabond's got rice fields
I'm sure Vinland Saga has something (haven't read it, but have a mild idea of it)
The really handsome and really strong (who finds out true strength comes from protecting others) with a bishounen 2beautiful4u antagonist seinen manga trio
Vagabond by shaft will be utter shit, musashi doing head tilts with a fucking abstract background of flowers? I preffer sudoku
> muh impossible to adapt deep and brootal manga
Basement dwellers used to say the same thing about Lord of the rings
>bishounen 2beautiful4u antagonist
Vagabond and Vinland Saga have antagonists?
But that's was a movie with ton of cash, we are talking about Anime here
Chapter 101 translation ETA never ;_;
I never said that Vagabond done by SHAFT would be good. I just countered the anon's conception that an anime focused on imagery and philosphy would not work, except that's pretty much the drawing point of Bakemonogatari.
If SHAFT would have a giant budget and would stop doing their abstract shit, it could work.
>I'm sure Vinland Saga has something
it wasn't called farmland saga for nothing.
Musashi will fight him, but only because they both like fighting and want to know who's the stronger one.
They are friends rather than enemies. (though that's still the wrong term)
Aye, the adaption is legit good though.
Vagabond anime would swallow because they wouldn't be able to get the art right. It's the same thing with the Jojo anime, it just doesn't look right.
Maybe, a movie with good budget and without Shinbo could work, but still I preffer a movie by Ghibli or nothing
Some things just never should get an adaption.
Because in the end, it would probably end up failing to live up to the manga. Manga like Berserk or Blame, for instance.
if Jojo producers had twice as much money, it might be closer.
but yeah, generally nothing can touch araki's actual illustrations. the OPs almost do but not quite.
The point is you can't translate Vagabond's imagery into a TV show. You need a movie budget for that sort of thing.
And with all that introspection, you need a looooot of time that modern TV is just no longer willing to surrender.
>tfw you will never see a fight scene of Musashi cutting down the entire Yoshioka school
Adaptions are either
(1. Adaptions butchered it (see: Zetman)
(2. Source material wasn't good in the first place (see AgK)
(3. Both were good but it attracts horrible elements (see: Jojo)
(4. Both were good and it doesn't attract bad elements but the discussions are low profile on fear it may become number 3
Most anime adaptions of manga are just adverts for their manga counterparts anyway. Especially the low budget ones that have one or two seasons and just stop, with outing adapting the entire manga, or maybe they're given an anime original ending that differs from the manga end since the manga isn't finished at the time.
There are exceptions, like Monster, which got 1:1 adaption. Or anime like Planet's, which differ from the manga, but are arguably just as good as it if not better than the manga and get a conclusive ending.
>(4. Both were good and it doesn't attract bad elements but the discussions are low profile on fear it may become number 3
It has farming
farming arc has ended though but they're going to be on a boat later
>2. Source material wasn't good in the first place (see AgK)
You were good enough to not use 'animes', but you're still retarded.
>adaptions that made everything worse
Silly anon, it was always that bad, it only made it more noticeable.
I don't see why people will get mad about two farming manga adaptations.
All three of them like to fight (except they really don't :^()
Guts and Musashi are incapacitated (one arm less and a fucked up leg)
Guts and Musashi both have love interests and two kids as companions (and a male friend who is kind of a dick at first but then gets better)
Fuck off. /a/ is not the place for you.
because /a/ would hate anything
even if Vagabond would have perfect 100% adaptation with gits/ghibli-level production quality in scenery/animation, show that would adapt only 1 or 2 manga chapters per episode and voice acted selected by Inoue.himself, /a/ would still hate it
I bet you also think /a/ hates Cowboy Bebop.
The haters would be the small minority.
Only shitposter anon and even they would love something like that but claim to be shit just to piss off people in 4chan
it will be shit
And LOTR got ruined by normalfags too.
I hope you know what moe means.
Depends on the crowd it attracts.
I'm not sure about Vinland Saga. But Vagabond is quite spiritual in tone, and I doubt works like than would attract the SAO/SnK crowd.
Now, Akame ga kill, Terra for Mars, parasyte. These were all announced, and I have no idea how they'll be treated on /a/. But you can expect them to either get a lot of threads while they air, and the fanbase will quiet down after it finishes airing, only to get redirected to /v/ because they attracted a lot of shitposters while it aired and gave the series a bad name. Or it'll be like SnK and SAO, which have pretty annoying childish fan bases and stick around for a long time.
>even if Vagabond would have perfect 100% adaptation with gits/ghibli-level production quality in scenery/animation, show that would adapt only 1 or 2 manga chapters per episode and voice acted selected by Inoue.himself, it will still attract /v/ermin
most of /a/ would suck it up and want it anyway but still
The LotR movies are acceptable.
It's the Hobbit movies that need to be avoided at all costs.
>The LotR movies are acceptable.
Except they are shit
Space Brothers? You barely see threads for it.
Of course it would. /a/ as a whole tends to shit on anything popular with anyone else. Whether it be accusing nips of having shit taste in all sales threads or redirecting people to /co/ for trying to talk about something popular in the West.
Nothing destroys thread quality like an animated adaptation.
Fucking kill yourself.
SB isn't an adaption
I think you're trolling
I agree that they get a lot of shit wrong (and Orlando Bloom is a disease to any movie he appears in). But all in all I find them watchable.
Vagabond is a pretty much beloved in /v/
I know that because that's where I come from
Such hate would come only from a very small amount of people if such an adaption should occir.
If a work is hard to critique badly, and can be defended easily because there aren't any plotholes, no bullshit moments, etc, then you can expect minimal shitposting from people who hate it or want to reverse troll it.
/a/, would you watch an anime adaption of this?
I'm sorry /a/ police I will kill myself forever
Not him, but you shouldn't make a post claiming something if you aren't sure if it's true or not.
10 seconds on Google, go ahead.
Killing yourself once would be sufficient if you actually went through with it.
Where's my 7 Seeds adaption dammit?
is that MPD Pyscho? I stopped reading it when it got too fucking edgy for me to handle
Am I the one being trolled here?
The anime is pretty much just there to advertise the manga, which has been on the top of the charts for a long time now.
Well the Basara adaptation sucked.
> Would top-notch mangas like Vinland Saga or Vagabond ever get unnecessary hate from /a/ if an adaptation is made? (Even if the chances of adaptation are slim to none).
The only thing how to evade hate is if the work and its adaptation remains strongly overlooked even when and after anime is airing. Like Hyouge Mono. Still the best anime in recent years and best TV anime since Planetes in 2003 and people don't hate the fanbase because it's pretty small. The threads are very rare but worthwile because retards, normalfags and shitposters look at the picture in Catalog and think it looks boring.
The ultimate way is to be ignorem by most on /a/. Same fate as Hyouge Mono will probably (and hopefully) befall Kiseijuu. Since Kiseijuu threads are very rare and when they appear only like six people post in them and then they die. Even in "what anime are you looking forward to" people are mentioning Mushishi often, Akame ga Kill, shit tons of other series' and no one bothers mentioning Kiseijuu.
Who could do Yotsuba& correctly?
>look at the picture in Catalog and think it looks boring.
I always thought it looked pretty interesting and felt respect towards the fanbase because of their dedication. I guess I should watch it now that it's finally translated.
> It's 20% philosophy and 40% imagery.
Sounds like work for Oshii, though he would probably make it 50% imagery, 25% philosophy and 25% plot.
inb4 his documentary about Musashi sucked ass
It wasn't his project he only pitched the idea and want part of the creating team
modern Kyoani lost their way bros
>The only thing how to evade hate is if the work and its adaptation remains strongly overlooked even when and after anime is airing.
You can have decent threads about very popular stuff on /a/ if you make a good OP. But since almost nobody on /a/ ever bothers making something beyond "What do you think of X" (which of course is still leagues better than "Why is Y so perfect", the majority of /a/ will never enjoy being the OP of a good thread with Cowboy Bebop or Death Note as the topic.
> Hoshi no Samidare
> No flaws
Except for woeful lack of motivations for many characters, unrealistic actions from characters, general unlikeability of many characters, and a bunch of other shit.
It wasn't shit, but it wasn't perfect either. I have no idea why it gets the treatment it does, because it really isn't very phenomenal or even interesting. But for some reason everyone has been wanting an anime version of it that would be like FLCL since forever.
I didn't watch Hyouge Mono because the author shunned the anime which is never a good sign.
I know how you feel. Everyone puts it in a pedestal as if it were the greatest thing ever. I was pretty disappointed after I finally read it.
So extreme violence and psychopathic characters are automatically edgy, even if it's all explained?
Edgy = things I don't like
He did that because singer of the opening song (which is absolutely fabulous by the way) was involved in a drug scandal. So author of the manga decided he doesn't want to be "tied" to anime adaptation so much. He never really shunned the anime itself as far as I know.
The anime itself is very faithful and well directed (strangely it did the same man who directed Mugen no Juunin which was disaster) and it does not deviate from the manga but it has great ending without actually changing anything and manga still continues. The staff just knew exactly when to end it. It's very fulfilling end.
It was good until the teenage version of the MC appeared. That's when it got really edgy and retarded and I stopped caring
which is saying a lot because I started reading MPD Psycho because I just finished reading Death Note and thought it was the best thing ever. MPD Psycho was that edgy and try-hard that even my teenage self found the second part retarded
> MPD Psycho
> not edgy
I can't believe people can say that with a straight face.