>people who don't read the source material of their favorite show
>people who don't read the source at all (assuming it's translated)
>they ask the dumbest questions
>they post on /a/
>know it's not the best manga but read it anyway because "what the hell" and "it takes up the time between the manga I actually want released"
>it gets an anime
>random /a/non notice that I'm reading this manga
>watches the anime
>"YOU SAID THIS WAS GOOD, WHY DID YOU LIIIIIEEEE TOOO MEEEEEE!!!"
looking at you SnK, AgK, Terraformers, Medaka Box, Mirai Nikki, HTOD, Deadman Wonderland, and K-on
I'm an animefag only
Never read a manga
>/a/ discovers X
>threads about /a/ are small and civil
>X gets an anime adaptation
>threads explode in popularity and get filled with shitposters, permanently changing the threads forever
Every anime adaptation ever.
Watching anime after reading manga always pisses me off because the characters never have the hair colors I imagined they would and I never pay attention to colored cover pages.
>Caring about whatever medium other people consider to be superior
Do you really not want to enjoy your favorite show to the fullest, the way the author intended?
>having bad taste
What a horrible life
What's your favorite anime anons?
Gate: Thus the JSDF Fought There
So much interesting potential. The manga really waters down the hardcore nationalism of the web novel, and the series' main story ended without really concluding anything, other than
Japan conquers a new world empire.And the manga has better art.
Oh, Gate. I like the manga, but I've been avoiding the novels because I heard they are so overly nationalistic and NIPPON STRONG.
Wait, does that mean there's a goth loli end?
I don't blame you, VNs are a fucking commitment.
You can blow through 100 chapter manga in an afternoon or two.
Even your average VN requires 20+ hours bare minimum. And that's before you get into other routes and endings.
>there are people on /a/ right now that don't watch the anime adaptions of their favorite manga
>People who don't order the the initial Japanese magazine print of the series they're reading as it comes out
>People who don't buy the collected copies afterwards
>People who don't buy literally every form of officially-licensed material for that series
And I thought you weren't plebs...
It was bad because Daikichi was guilt-tripped into starting a romantic relationship with the person he viewed as his daughter. His feelings were not considered at all. Can you imagine how fucked up he must feel, knowing he's gonna marry and fuck the sweet little girl he raised like a daughter? He pretty much only consented to this borderline emotional incest to make her happy, because he loves her like a father.
>people who don't read every issue of WSJ cover to cover every week
Just because you like something doesn't mean you'll like it's source material. A work based on another work is different from it's source especially when it's been transplanted from one medium to another. They become two separate entities.
Except the adaptation is occasionally better than the source material.
>there are people here who don't write and draw manga published in their weekly magazine of choice
And I thought I was dealing with non-plebs here.
>Not existing as the base electrical impulses in the brain that bring to mind the original thoughts used to create your stories
What has happened to this board that people as entry level as you were allowed in?
>check reaction image folder pre smug anime shows
>post smug anime shows