x6 So basically Naruto needs the Kai treatment.
The road to exploding boats is paved with good intentions.
I think Naruto has a worse filler problem than DBZ has ever had.
Or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The Moon's Eye Plan
FOOL!Flame of Recca would be VERY nice.
You have to get to the bottom of this, or else everything will be over before you come to terms to it.
Mad ScientistWhile I loved the FMA manga, I actually thought the first anime adaption was way better in quality then Brotherhood. Answer. to your question would be the Haruhi-series. Didn't understand shit until I read the novels. On the other hand, maybe that's the point.
If abortion is murder then contraception is kidnapping
Scum, the Bounty HunterLove Hi....oh. Neg....oh. ...Gundam Wing?
Well, that went about as well as I expected...
I think now I'm going to call this "Attack on Titan treatment."
edited 14th Dec '13 5:22:44 PM by dRoy
A few or all have probably been mentioned in this thread but reinforcing it. Tsukihime (not that it had one to begin with) Fate/Stay Night (now that I recall, this is getting a new adaptation by Ufotable, not sure if it's been confirmed which route or amalgamation though. Gantz Berserk(the movies are way too rushed and cut out too much) Blame! Jojo is getting the treatment for part 3 which is awesome. Bokurano Disgaea Megaman, can't recall if that was an anime or cartoon eyeshield 21 Blade Of The Immortal Claymore Trigun And probably a lot more that I can't recall right now, there's been no shortage of mediocre adaptations that could have been great or those that branched off into their own thing.
edited 15th Dec '13 1:25:21 AM by Jeorg
A love that crushes like a mace.
Good question. Claymore Rosario + Vampire Elfen Lied Pandora Hearts Sekirei Black Butler Those stand out to me as ones that either missed the mark, or need to continue as they ended before the plot really kicked off.
edited 15th Dec '13 1:30:55 AM by harostar
…マジで？Agreed on Rosario + Vampire. If anybody read the latest chapters after watching the anime, they'll think they got the wrong series. It's that different. Basically, the anime was no different from To Love-Ru.
I regret asking that question.
While the first FMA Anime is enjoyable.It had too much angst and annoying characterization,
Moderate HaruhiistI guess it's my age speaking, but I really want to see Captain Tylor given a proper animated conclusion. The OV As stop at a major turning point, but we never get to see what happens afterward... and the L Ns are at least 15 years out of print.
Now I want Voltes V, Voltron, etc. to get remakes.
Half of a social justice battle is simply convincing people that a problem is real or that a pattern exists. ~Nihonjinron Gakusei
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from firstname.lastname@example.org.