Whats the equivalent of this series in manga?
For what reason?
Up to a point, Bleach. And shitload of other shonens.
seems like you faggots are too autistic to understand what classic literature is, fucking kill yourselves dipshits.
You can even say Tsundere is a type of personality switch when done in certain forms. Which was the underlying point of that book.
Now I've got it. Dr. Jekyll was a tsundere.
No humor allowed, eh?
Classics Illustrated is a series in which they illustrated great works of literature. What i meant was, did anybody do something similar in manga? Do you know any manga artists or manga series who worked on a similar project?
No, he wasn't.
>using shounen as a genre
Grimm Masterpiece Theater
New Grimm Playhouse
World Masterpiece Theater
Japan has been doing it regularly since the 1970s.
Furuya did an adaptation of a famous Japanese novel that I can't recall the name, and Inoue did one of Musashi, but I don't know how faithful they were.
A publisher here in my country released stuff that sounds like it, but I can't find any information about those series
THANKS FOR NOTHING!
>World Masterpiece Theater
dude do you know the difference between anime and manga? why are you here?
>There was this one series, but I forgot the name.
>And there was this other series, but I don't know if they were good.
>And another publisher in my country did something, but I can't find it.
Best anti-request post I've ever seen. 11/10 for originality.
how old are you?
>2001, TV Special, anime, based on novel
Yeah, I think I know what anime is.
So was Mister Hyde an outlet for Jekyll's repressed desires?
This thread is about manga adaptations read the fucking thread.
YOU FUCKING WEEABOS ARE TOO STUPID AND AUTISTIC TO ANSWER SUCH QUESTION I SHOULD HAVE MADE THIS THREAD IN /LIT/ FUCK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU FUCKING FAT NECKBEARDS OF DISGUST