Question by Soshi Uso: What anime is different from its manga counterpart?
I’m talking about rather major changes.
For instance: Bleach has its filler arcs, but remains faithful to the manga all the same.
However, Full Metal Alchemist split off completely and introduced new characters, ultimately ending long before the manga and in (likely) a completely different fashion.
If the anime just left information out of the manga, that’s not worth mentioning (too many series do that). I’m looking more for new things appearing in the anime.
Answer by ~Nerdielicious ^_^x~
Well, Rurouni Kenshin is one.
Instead of going to the BEST part, where we see the awesome death scene’s and life of Kenshin’s past, we get fillers!
And, if anyone has heard of Tenchi Muyo OVA’s, there is a manga. Written and drawn BEFORE the 3rd OVA came out.
The manga is amazing.
The 3rd OVA is PURE…
And obviously Death Note..
And don’t get me started on Inuyasha..
Alot of people dislike Inuyasha because they just think.. meh, its overrated, they hate Kagome, hate Kikyo, Naraku sucks, Inuyasha sucks, blah blah..
Well, In the manga, the characters have different personalities, believe it or not.
Well, to me, they do. They seem tougher and more serious, and kick a** in the manga then the anime.
So, making the TV show so cheesy and CRAPPY, they think Inuyasha.. sucks.
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