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Old 2011-08-15, 21:17   Link #1
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Mangakas that have disowned the anime adaptations of their creations?

I dunno if its really happened. As far as I know the creator of Tekken fighting games Katsuhiro Harada openly hates the live-action Tekken movie. Maybe Akira Toriyama should do the same for upcoming Dragonball: Evolution sequel(yes it is being made as we speak).
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Old 2011-08-15, 21:23   Link #2
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Old 2011-08-16, 01:09   Link #3
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I remember hearing the author of fruits baskets disowned the adaptation and blocking the series from having a sequel, I think.
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Old 2011-08-16, 02:06   Link #4
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Maybe Akira Toriyama should do the same for upcoming Dragonball: Evolution sequel(yes it is being made as we speak).
Didn't he say something like "It's an interesting take on what I made" for the first one which is the Japanese way of saying "WTF is this crap."
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Old 2011-08-16, 03:33   Link #5
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Dragonball: Evolution sequel(yes it is being made as we speak).
I-CAN'T-BELIEVE-IT. Come on, it's not even funny anymore .

Since I'm not up-to date about this thing, I never heard of any mangaka who hate his/her manga to be animated since it's a way of his/her creation to be more popular. Also, animes tend to faithfully bring the spirit of the manga to the other format.

But I guarantee you that there (are/will be) many mangakas got pissed off by Hollywood's treatment to their beloved artwork. Dragon Ball, Astro Boy & Fist of the North Star are among them. Also, Akira and Gunmm (Battle Angel Alita) will join the club, I think.
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Old 2011-08-16, 03:40   Link #6
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What was the sentiment of Kouta Hirano over the Gonzo version of Hellsing?
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Old 2011-08-16, 04:18   Link #7
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I've heard Araki Hirohiko wasn't fond of the movie adaptation of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood. I suppose the Japanese viewers felt the same way since the only clip of the movie that can be found online is the initial trailer even though the movie's been out for a few years. I suppose he's OK with the other adaptations of the series since it seems that this one in particular is the one that got a bad rep. Not to mention that Phantom Blood itself received a video game adaptation for the PS2 that's Japan only.

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Old 2011-08-16, 09:04   Link #8
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I think the writer of tales of earthsea wasn't exactly pleased with the anime movie adaption. And there was one other one lately that complained, and later had to apologize
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Old 2011-08-16, 09:54   Link #9
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Naoko Takeuchi dislikes the anime version of Sailormoon and Yuu Watase hates the Fushigi Yuugi anime. Why she hates the Fushigi Yuugi anime is a mystery to me; aside from Miaka being a bit more stupid, it's EXACTLY like the manga.
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Old 2011-08-16, 10:09   Link #10
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Naoko Takeuchi dislikes the anime version of Sailormoon
This I can understand.

The Sailor Moon anime and manga are substantially different from one another, with notable contrasts in atmosphere, tone, mood, and to some degree even characterization.

If the Sailor Moon anime was just airing today (and the manga was a relatively new one, only two or three years old), the internet would be exploding with people talking about how moe-ied up Sailor Moon was in the transition from manga to anime.
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Old 2011-08-16, 19:49   Link #11
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I know very few mangaka are that are delighted with the anime adaptation ... a lot depends on how much input the author gets in the writing. For example.. In Lucky*Star, the author actually penned much of the anime-only work... though I suspect he was less enthralled with the product placement and the live-action segments. Sometimes you can watch an interview with a mangaka and that little frozen smile gives it away....
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Old 2011-08-16, 20:10   Link #12
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I know very few mangaka are that are delighted with the anime adaptation ... a lot depends on how much input the author gets in the writing. For example.. In Lucky*Star, the author actually penned much of the anime-only work... though I suspect he was less enthralled with the product placement and the live-action segments. Sometimes you can watch an interview with a mangaka and that little frozen smile gives it away....
Considering how the Lucky Star anime is a nine-hour commercial for Haruhi, I don't blame him...
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The mangaka for Kare Kano wasn't happy with what Hideaki Anno did with her manga, to the extent that he later resigned from his role as director in the second half of the series.

I personally think his interpretation ended up being more unique and worthwhile. Hard to think of many high school series that manage to top those first four episodes when it comes to young love.
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Old 2011-08-16, 21:56   Link #14
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Well, it looks like any mangaka (or original series creator) would be pissed when severe changes are implemented to the series they penned.

Oreimo Episode 08 completely illustrates this.
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Considering how the Lucky Star anime is a nine-hour commercial for Haruhi, I don't blame him...
That's harsh. Has an element of truth though
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Old 2011-08-17, 00:07   Link #16
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Takaya Natsuki pretty much disowned the adaptation for Fruits Basket.
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Old 2011-08-17, 01:16   Link #17
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That's harsh. Has an element of truth though
Without the anime Lucky Star wouldn't be as popular though so i don't think he has cause to complain about.
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Old 2011-08-17, 02:15   Link #18
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Well also the Lucky Star manga has a lot of commercial elements in it anyway. Though from what I remember they were for Fate/Stay Night, as the manga predates the Haruhi anime by two years. I'd have to look into it more to see what they did for later volumes, but before the anime happened.
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Old 2011-08-17, 03:47   Link #19
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If my memories are right, i remember that Nobuhiro watsuki kinda disliked the Rurouni Kenshin :Reflection . correct me if i'm wrong. but i recall he hated how kenshin's fate in there turned.
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Old 2011-08-17, 06:36   Link #20
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If my memories are right, i remember that Nobuhiro watsuki kinda disliked the Rurouni Kenshin :Reflection . correct me if i'm wrong. but i recall he hated how kenshin's fate in there turned.
AFAIK, he didn't really HATE it. He just preferred a happier ending. I think he said something like the OAV is based on your personal opinion whether it's right or wrong.
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