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Old 2014-10-07, 05:12   Link #81
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Railgun S also addressed some loose ends from the manga. All of Railgun's anime original content is actually canon with the manga, as you'll see references to those events in later chapters.
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Old 2014-10-07, 19:15   Link #82
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S2 was mediocre, but Railgun's S1's anime original content actually finished an arc the manga has left hanging to this very day.
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Railgun S also addressed some loose ends from the manga. All of Railgun's anime original content is actually canon with the manga, as you'll see references to those events in later chapters.
Um...no. But arguing about Railgun can go in the proper thread...

My point is that anime original material can completely change the tone of the series like it did with Railgun, which is butchering or at least heavily distorting and in most cases, it does.
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Old 2014-10-08, 04:43   Link #83
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Um...no. But arguing about Railgun can go in the proper thread...
Closing your ears to the argument won't change it. The anime addresses at least two loose ends that the manga never explored.

Ultimately, it can be seen that anime-original content can be beneficial, especially if the story creator has his hand in the creation of said content.
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Old 2014-10-08, 08:07   Link #84
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Closing your ears to the argument won't change it. The anime addresses at least two loose ends that the manga never explored.

Ultimately, it can be seen that anime-original content can be beneficial, especially if the story creator has his hand in the creation of said content.
I'm not closing my ears to it. I'm willing to discuss this. I just don't want to bring this thread off-topic by talking about another series entirely and anger the mods...
If you want to argue this, start a discussion in one of the Railgun threads and PM me to let me know (though I do check the Raildex threads when I see there are new posts out of habit)...

NOTE: I am not saying that anime original content is intrinsically bad. However, I am saying that most of the anime original content I've seen for adaptations from another medium has generally been subpar and can in some case completely distort the mood of the series.
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Old 2014-10-08, 17:22   Link #85
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Given Vivid's nature, anime original content is most likely going to result in fanservice episodes. Which, as far as the mood of the series is concerned, is pretty much hitting the bullseye.

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Old 2014-10-08, 22:08   Link #86
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There's no lack of fanservice episodes in the manga anyways.

I don't see anything wrong with Railgun's mood. The To Aru series has always been a mix of silly and serious stuff.
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Old 2014-10-28, 22:01   Link #87
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I've been re-reading Vivid (or what's translated so far of it, anyway), and the thought just came to me somewhat randomly: I wonder if they'll censor the onsen scene?
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Old 2014-10-29, 15:11   Link #88
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It'll be decensored for bluray! Gib your monies.

Although I can't say I'm too confident with A-1, although 7arcs had a lot of QUALITY, A-1's most recent shows such as Aldnoah Zero, Shin Sekai Yori (great show otherwise!) and April is your lie weren't really that well animated. And SAO looked a bit cheap; but I may just be biased against that. Oh, and Oreimo s2 sucks. Yea, I know that's not a-1's fault but whatever.
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Old 2014-11-23, 21:18   Link #89
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Does anybody have a rough idea, any idea of what the anime might cover? I know they won't be able to squeeze 52 chapters into one season.
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Old 2014-11-24, 07:04   Link #90
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Vivid has 66 chapters out we are way behind Japan in the material. As for how much it will cover if it's 13 episodes like the other series they will probably have about 2-3 chapters per episode or so i think it will probably go to the start or a little into the tournament if it's two seasons then they can probably cover most of the manga so far.
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Old 2014-11-25, 12:47   Link #91
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I've heard somewhere that FORCE's 31 Chapter could fit easily in 7 anime episodes. Going by that theory most of the current manga could be covered in 13 Episodes and a couple of OVA's (probably for the hot springs episode and other fluff filler).

If the series end up being 1 cour at least i have hopes the plot will be more concentrated this time.
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Old 2014-11-26, 20:19   Link #92
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I've heard somewhere that FORCE's 31 Chapter could fit easily in 7 anime episodes. Going by that theory most of the current manga could be covered in 13 Episodes and a couple of OVA's (probably for the hot springs episode and other fluff filler).

If the series end up being 1 cour at least i have hopes the plot will be more concentrated this time.
Hmm, doubtful. The tournament arc alone would take up quite a few episodes. Not to mention that the anime doesn't benefit from catching up to a monthly release manga in one go.

I expect the first season to handle the beginning to the tournament arc at most.
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Old 2014-11-27, 12:10   Link #93
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Would it be wise to cover the tournament arc if they can't finish it? So far Nanoha anime seasons are kind of self-contained. If they can't cover the tournament they'll probably end the season just before it starts in order to save it for the next story arc.
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1 cour would definitely better. Less need for filler, and also if I don't like it, it'll be over soon.

I've always thought Nanoha was more suited for the 1-cour format, but that's just my bad StrikerS memories showing.
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Old 2014-12-04, 14:59   Link #95
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I don't see why the series as is would use filler.
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I wouldn't put it past them. This is the same franchise that would sacrifice storytelling time to grow its shipping/relationship tumors just because. And there's not that many series I've seen that can make almost every moment count in a multi-cour anime. I just don't think the franchise has really ever shown to me that it was ever capable of such.

I just think it's better if they take the fast paced and "never look back" approach. And remember, there's no need to cover everything in the first go.

But I suppose I'm not using "filler" as a term for strictly anime-original additions.
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Old 2014-12-04, 19:43   Link #97
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I've always thought Nanoha was more suited for the 1-cour format, but that's just my bad StrikerS memories showing.
Well it's a different animation studio and Tsuzuki probably learned a lesson or two after StrikerS and two seasons of Dog Days so maybe the pacing will be better this time? It's december i'm already starting to get more optimistic xD
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Old 2014-12-06, 21:40   Link #98
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WHo knows, hopefully. However unlike Dog days or StrikerS Vivid was created as a manga first, it is possible he will add things in explanations or other stuff based on responses from the manga like this doesn't make sense here, or the way that said should be different.
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April/Spring show

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Old 2015-01-10, 12:27   Link #100
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Eri Kitamura as Rio and Misato Fukuen as Corona, eh...
Color me more interested.

That PV shows...nothing new.
Well, I guess it's time to mark the calendar.
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