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NightWish 2007-05-02 12:08

Claymore - Episode 2 Discussion / Poll
 
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Guido 2007-05-02 13:11

My posted thoughts for episode two.

Scene 02 - The Black Card

dutchman 2007-05-02 15:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guido (Post 929678)
My posted thoughts for episode two.

Scene 02 - The Black Card

I must applaud your theories. Since you don't have read the manga they are actually quite good.

You are very observant.

Guido 2012-01-07 05:17

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Originally Posted by dutchman (Post 929874)
Since you don't have read the manga they are actually quite good.

You are very observant.

Correction! When I made that post almost five years ago, I didn't read the manga back then.

Right now I'm following the manga chapter after chapter up to the most recently released chapter.

Nixl 2012-01-07 14:54

Wow, it has been 5 years since the anime. Time flies.

I kind of want to do a "Dumbledore dies!" but with Teresa.

Lumir 2012-02-26 02:43

5 years is quite awhile. Anyways anyone know what chapter the anime ended at? Im not interested in reading the manga I just wonder how much story is past the anime. And depending on the amount I can keep the idea of a 2nd season alive haha.

Guido 2012-02-26 03:26

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Originally Posted by Lumir (Post 4026158)
5 years is quite awhile. Anyways anyone know what chapter the anime ended at? Im not interested in reading the manga I just wonder how much story is past the anime. And depending on the amount I can keep the idea of a 2nd season alive haha.

The last two anime episodes were original material never featured in the manga, which was the hot topic of contempt amongst fans out there arguing that the anime should had followed all the way to the conclusion of the Northern Campaign faithfully as it happened in the manga.

Instead, the anime resorted to an original confrontation for the last fight covered in its last two episodes leading to a made-up ending.

The anime follows the manga up to the twenty-fourth episode of its broadcast, however, even in that mentioned episode the changes and deviation from the manga to the anime-original conclusion were made more than evident.

You're asking, then I tell you the anime follows the manga from the 1st chapter up to the 61st chapter, though it completely drops the conclusion of the 61st chapter in favor of the original ending.

Lumir 2012-02-29 03:13

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Originally Posted by Guido (Post 4026217)
The last two anime episodes were original material never featured in the manga, which was the hot topic of contempt amongst fans out there arguing that the anime should had followed all the way to the conclusion of the Northern Campaign faithfully as it happened in the manga.

Instead, the anime resorted to an original confrontation for the last fight covered in its last two episodes leading to a made-up ending.

The anime follows the manga up to the twenty-fourth episode of its broadcast, however, even in that mentioned episode the changes and deviation from the manga to the anime-original conclusion were made more than evident.

You're asking, then I tell you the anime follows the manga from the 1st chapter up to the 61st chapter, though it completely drops the conclusion of the 61st chapter in favor of the original ending.

Oh interesting. I wonder why they decided to deviate? Maby funds or lack of planning, either way thank you for the information.

limao 2012-02-29 11:16

Uh, whats this, season 2? :heh:


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