Registered User英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
- Nov 5, 2017
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It really depends. I assume the higher ups at the magazine first try to figure out what they would consider to be the best way to approach an anime project. They would have to consider potential producers, studios, television time slots, voice actors, length, etc. But I have heard of cases where the mangaka requested a particular studio but it's not something that always works out since studios are always busy. I have also heard of studios being interested in adapting a manga from a magazine and sometimes it can work out or their request can be rejected. Then there's anime production companies and producers, I'd say they are the most important since they will fund the anime and they can make bigger decisions and requests on how the anime will be made.So from what I get, it's studios who come after to want to make a series an anime? Not the author asking them first?