Isn’t all of it kind of included in the Don’t Rape the Original? I mean; Don’t Rape the Original = Keep to the story, keep to the artstyle. After that it’s all about getting a good company to animate it and pick seiyuu that fit the roles, which AFAIK the mangaka get some hand in. Want an Example? Hunter X Hunter, the original one, not the shite new one.
Recent comments by kodain:
- Shoko-tan Tweets Herself Playing With Her Pussy:
Just like Shoko-tan.
- Top 20 Anime You Want Hollywood To Make Into Movies:
Hollywood shouldn’t make any anime into movies… Ever. On the other hand, I wouldn’t mind if they made to-love-ru into a movie, assuming they stuck to the original and there is no censorship. *cough*
- Top 10 Jump Villains:
I’m personally amazed to see characters from Rurouni Kenshin and Yu Yu Hakusho in there. Didn’t know the Japanese had such long-term memory.
- Ghosts Molest 18 JKs in Mass Haunting:
“Curiously, teaching staff and male students were spared the ordeal.” +1 for Freud.
- Not Again: Final Fantasy XV = “Action RPG”:
So much hate and down-voting in here… Personally, I grew up with Final Fantasy for the SNES, and have played all of them except 3, Crystal Bearers, and the ones for handheld. What fascinated me with Final Fantasy was always the story, and the turn-based element. In every game they would add something new. Even if the rough idea and formula was the same, they always had something that made each game different: The introduction of the airship (which came in FFII that they later spun further on) …