7 animes better than the Manga
Exactly, better cheer than the manga. You didn't read it wrong, I know it's hard to believe. This will be another controversial post, the haters on duty are already ready (already have a comment that I know). And I will make it very clear here, the manga are incredible, but the anime of each one managed to overcome. The combined work of the studio, direction, soundtrack, voice acting, gives this result. But the true truth is at the end of the post (suspense climate).
Starting with a healthy title because this blog is family, huh (lie). The manga is magnificent. The manga nonsense jokes are the best. And as expected, nonsense jokes work more perfectly in anime. It is common for you to see the protagonist, the Gintoki, breaking the fourth wall and speaking directly with the viewer. Besides, some jokes only have in the anime. Undoubtedly, fitting worthy of your manga.
Attack On Titan
I'm not going to say the anime is better than the manga. What the anime does is simply potentialize all the richness of the manga, that is. I am one of the few who read the manga first before watching the anime, and I can speak with all certainty, the anime is another stop, a new experience. Especially on account of the openings. The Sasageyo! The Sasageyo! Shinzou WO Sasageyo! (You sang in the tone I know).
You're loco, no more polemize! Easy guys, the manga is amazing, who am I to criticize? Manga made by the women's team, CLAMP (I'm thrilled). The anime only potentializes the beauty of the manga. To get an idea, the manga/anime broke down to social barriers, being loved by both women and men. I am proud to say that this work has been a part of my life.
Shigatsu wa Kimi No Uso
The anime enhances everything, especially the flawless music. After that I came to a conclusion: it is not an anime of music, it is an anime about the music in the life of the characters. Did you see the difference there? It focuses on the characters and their conflicts, and the music enters as a pillar, the support of emotions. In my view this is positive, so much so that it worked on K-on!, which went beyond the music, focusing more on the characters.
Kobayashi-san Chi at the Dragon Maid
A good studio is everything. Kyoto Animation was able to adapt a manga that no one gave anything. At the time it was a surprise, how can a large studio animate such a simple story? It didn't make much sense, precisely because of the premise of the story. After its launch no doubts, the anime is very well built, is artistically fun, is to fill the eyes. Especially on Kanna's account…
Koe in Katachi
Did I tell you that studio is everything? Kyoto Animation again showing you know what you're doing. Not disdeserving the manga, but the anime enhances each scene. One of the success formulas for any story are the characters themselves and the manga hit the full. Let's say the manga is a rough diamond, it was just cut into the anime, showing its full potential. Some say that the anime is better than your name (there I no longer know, is at your own risk).
It's hard to imagine a version of Lupin besides the cool anime thief. However, the Lupin that appears in the manga of 1967 is a man of the underworld. This lupin does not care if innocent women or children are killed in the midst of their plans, their focus is linked to the acquisition of riches. In addition to giving Lupin a heart of gold, the anime establishes Jigen, Goemon and Fujiko as very important characters, while in the manga they are very secondary, unimportant. This is one of the few works that a director has moved and it's worked.
Bonus: Berserk (manga)
No, this can only be a prank. Where are the cameras? That's what you thought. You got blood on your eyes! It's actually a prank, the camera's right behind you! The bonus is just to vent and show that you should not mess with what is good, that anime junk. I've been accompanying the manga for a long time and I can say that there are certain manga that are untouchable, berserk is one of them. But the will to see a studio like Bones or madhouse adapting berserk invades my being… One day I pay my sins.
Better cheer than the manga? Original title: Animes with good adaptation, worthy of their manga
The title of the post is a clickbait, after all, no one would visit this post if it were not controversial… I'm being honest with you! You can cheat, but lie? Never! The title of the post is suggestive, it seems a statement. But don't take it seriously, what this post proposes is that, the anime is a different experience, and even knowing the history of the manga, the story that repeats in the anime will continue to be a surprise, which causes experience worthy of its manga, its origin. This is called good adaptation, understand the point of view.
PS: Please read at least the conclusion before commenting. Enjoy and recommend more good anime, worthy of your manga.
OH, what a controversial post…