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Old 2021-10-17, 17:40   Link #361
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Looks like this should all come to an end soon. Most of the assassins have been dealt with and Loid already suspects something is off about the bomb.

For her size and age, Anya's throw was actually pretty good.
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Old 2021-10-17, 17:50   Link #362
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Anya's luck is pretty damn amazing. She ended up throwing the weapon at the exact right spot. And of course, it was "just as planned".
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Old 2021-10-30, 06:58   Link #363
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Spy x Family anime has been confirmed. Can't wait to see how good it gonna be and how much the sales will rise once the anime airs.
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Old 2021-11-01, 14:14   Link #364
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That looks absolutely amazing!

Spoiler for As do those anime drawings, so close to the original:


As for the new chapter: Yay, mission success! And Yor gets her own family time with her family next chapter! Loid&Anya save the ship and everyone is happy. Good wholesome chapter. <3
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Old 2021-11-01, 19:22   Link #365
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Oh, I hadn't seen the posters, or whatever they are.

The chapter was indeed nice. Anya saved the day once again.
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Old 2021-11-02, 17:31   Link #366
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My question is about the process of getting anime adaptation how is it. Is it like based on popularity or the publisher goes to the author with offer of adaptation? Or is it like advertising to bring new audience to the source material?

I asked because for me if it's up to me I would wait on the anime adaptation for this manga to have enough materials for the anime.
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Old 2021-11-02, 23:58   Link #367
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Based on popularity because the one who green light the whole project is the publisher , if they think they can get a lot of money out of this , they will ask a studio to do it .
This is why there are so many Idol related anime .....as seemingly pointless as they are , Japanese love it when theirs favorite voice actor / idol have a role in it .
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Old 2021-11-06, 18:03   Link #368
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I would say it's up the publisher and the author and especially the author who has the final saying. I think I read somewhere that the author of Yotsubato said that it will never get an anime.
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Old 2021-11-07, 23:26   Link #369
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That is very rare case though , cus manga author also get fame and money from anime , unless he / she is financially stable he / she will not decline a chance to get the work animated .

Honestly there are so many good manga that i like to them in anime form , but the trend dictate otherwise .
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Old 2021-11-08, 07:56   Link #370
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My question is about the process of getting anime adaptation how is it. Is it like based on popularity or the publisher goes to the author with offer of adaptation? Or is it like advertising to bring new audience to the source material?
The process of getting an anime adaptation could be different. Sometimes the anime studios go to the publisher, other times the publishers look for an anime studio.

The popularity of the manga is a pretty important factor to decide this.

Another thing, the anime studio doesn't make anime to promote manga. They create anime to promote merchandise (from its sponsors).


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I would say it's up the publisher and the author and especially the author who has the final saying. I think I read somewhere that the author of Yotsubato said that it will never get an anime.
As it was mentioned, the author earns money and fame for the anime. So, although it is true that author's permission is necessary to adapt, it is quite unlikely that authors are going to refuse (especially if it is the first work adapted to anime).

It's also important to mention that the author will also need the publisher's permission for an anime adaptation.
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