1st week of October since it's a fall anime.
The anime designs are identical to the manga, not sure whether it's a good thing or not. Detailed designs tend to have a higher chance of QUALITY moments. I'll take Toradora's simple designs with a high frame rate over detailed designs with a low frame rate. The colours looks kinda dull, but that might be because of the scanning.
FukuJun's Mashiro sounded somewhat odd anyway, so I'm not complaining. I hope they wouldn't replace Kana-chan.
Atsushi did a pretty good job with Index too. I forgot, J.C staff LOVES Satoshi. I should have remembered that.Originally Posted by I'm_Akiyama
Shana, Zero no Tsukaima, Hayate no Gotoku, Kimikiss Pure Rouge, Nodame Cantabile: Paris, Nabari no Ō and Hatsukoi Limited...
Is KugiRie going to be in this? She's a J.C Staff favourite too...
I'm kind of dissapointed with the fact they changed the voice actors, although I always thought Koichi and Takagi were very similar. In fact I imagined Takagi having his voice before the Vomic came out.
^But Death Note is already really popular before the anime came out, it had a a live action movie to boost its popularity. Hence they can give a nice good budget. Even if its DVD doesn't make enough money, the export fee would have been able to paid for the cost.
NHK education channel's anime tend to flop...like REALLY badly...(in terms of DVD sales). But J.C Staff tend to be pretty good on the animation side, hopefully this gets a similar budget to Toradora. I'm hoping J.C staff would pick the watercolours background team.
Some how...I imaged Fukuda with Squalo's voice (from Reborn). It's probably because of the white long hair
and my fangirlness towards Takahashi Hiroki. Shizuka Itou comes to mind when I think of Aoki
Wikipedia listed the anime adation seiyuu for Azuki and Miyoshi, which is translated from the official site.
Azuki Miho-Hayami Saori
Miyoshi Kaya-Yahagi Sayuri
Azuki is suppose to be a terrible singer right? Hayamin is well known for being a really good singer... Although I wanted them to keep Kana-chan for the anime, Hayamin is okay with me.
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Just saw someone post it on myanimelist.net
I found them on the NHK's blog.
Can't wait till August!
August? Its begins October since its a Fall anime. Don't worry, I also made the same mistake . Anyway, those sketches look pretty good. Its just a shame they lack the expressiveness (is that even a word?) and emotion of the manga's art style. But then again, that tends to happen a lot with manga to anime conversions.
the sites been updated with a link to this page
the page includes this image and what i assume is the air date which seems to be october 2nd at 6pm.
Finally! We get to see the official Bakuman anime poster! The colours seem a bit odd, but then they reminded me of Nabari no Ou's posters and DVD covers. Nabari's anime was also done by JC Staff, and it had something of a watercolour look, especially its backgrounds. Is Bakuman going to be one of those watercolour series like Nabari no Ou, Nodame Cantabile and Honey & Clover (all done by JC Staff)? I really hope so!
Here's an example of a Nabari no Ou poster:
And here's what the watercolour anime look like:
Then again, it is the Toradora! staff that's working on it, so who knows...
hope i will not be disappointed on how it look as an anime..
If it is, I wanna slap ohba and obata for not choosing anime staff wisely.
Maybe it's not the right place to ask this but i still will since it's a manga about manga which turn to anime and now turns to anime as well.
What kind of things does the author of manga decide in the stages of his creation turning into anime?
Does he have control of the studio?
Are there several studio's that might fight about a certain title and who does the title go for what reasons? (very likely that money paid but I wanna still think that there is something more).
Does the studio need to purchase the title maybe simply from the magazine and the author have no say or little say?
Where does budget come from and how come people say that one piece has little budget if it has such high success rate, wouldn't it be logical that it will get more budget since there is an extra profit?
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