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As a result, more people were familiar with anime adaptations than the manga they were based on.
For a while, the only place to talk about a manga series was the forum of the people translating the manga. Somewhat inverted in Latin America, where the anime boom not only started before it did in the USA, but also happened as a consequence of the already growing anime fandom — as many latino fans assumes that every anime is based on a manga when in fact anime based on novels, light novels, video games or being completely original ideas is just as common.
As a result is not rare to find people who have read a manga thinking they were reading the original story in which the animated series is based upon when in fact it is the other way round. AKIRAbeing close to the first anime that shocked viewers out of the Animation Age Ghettobecame a popular movie and is certainly better-known than its expansive manga.
Generally, any anime that is based on a Visual Novel has the tendency to be this, stateside or outside of Japan. Furthermore, the visual novel medium a kind of non-linear, interactive, digital graphic novel, like a cross between a Video Game and a novelis itself largely unknown in the Western world, though it's garnered cult status thanks to games like Katawa Shoujo and My Girlfriend Is the President and the success of anime based on VNs.
A lot of anime that was based on written novels or stories, especially Japanese light novelsis often mistakenly thought of by the Western world as being original stories or based on a manga. Legend of Galactic Heroes by Yoshiki Tanaka. The author was livid when she saw the alterations made for the film.
Haruhi Suzumiya - Particularly since the first manga adaptation was mediocre, and the light novels weren't available in the US until after the anime was popular. Perfect Blue is a comparatively mild example; it's fairly frequently mentioned that it's based on a novel, including on the DVD case for the anime But you'll be hard-pressed to find a Westerner who has heard of the novel outside that, or knows anything about it.
Maria-sama ga Miteru is the Girls' Love anime yet far less people have read the various on-going Japanese only light novels and even less know of the spinoff set in the nearby all-boys school.
Even Hamtaro was based on an obscure light novel, which the anime completely eclipsed in popularity. Possibly as an attempt to avoid this, the first Spice and Wolf novel was released in English around the same time as the first season of the anime.
The Slayers anime is based off of a light novel series; the anime came out infive years after the first couple of novels were published. Like most light novel-originated series, most foreign fans find the anime as the truest source of canon.
It is rather unusual in this case because the first season of the anime was released in the states one year after it completed its run in Japan, and, as a dub released by Central Park Mediawas one of the few '90s dubs that didn't suffer from any form of MacekreDub Name Changeor any other edits.
Both the novels themselves and most of its manga adaptations weren't translated until the mid s. This also happens with the characters as well; in the novels, Lina and Gourry are the only protagonists; the chimera Zelgadis and the princess Amelia were their allies for the first eight novels, and they were replaced by treasure hunters Luke and Millina for the remaining seven.
However, both Zelgadis and Amelia became extremely popular, and when newer anime seasons and manga were made, they were in them, quintessentially making the "Slayers" a four-man band instead of a duo. Very few fans outside of Japan know who Luke and Millina are, especially given that the Alternate Continuity manga The Hourglass of Falces has all six heroes together.
Battle Royale is originally a novel, but not everybody knows this. There are many fans of the Studio Ghibli movie Howl's Moving Castle who are entirely unaware of the children's novel by Diana Wynne Jones on which it is based.
It veers off into its own plotline and themes rather quickly. Those who take the time to read the book tend to be shocked by the difference. However, Jones was apparently expecting this, and told them to do whatever they wanted with her script.
This is largely because the anime series was released before the games in many non-Japanese countries though only slightly before in North America. The first answer you'll most likely get is the first anime theme English or Japanese depending on who you ask rather then any theme from the games themselves.
There are over 40 other adaptations, but they are eclipsed by Adventures. Once the anime got to the U. The makers of the second anime did this too, so it's also not a surprise they sold it overseas on this. Even elements of the storyline they adapted that had little card game elements in the manga had the Duel Monsters segments played up for the anime to sell the cards.
A variation of this is the case of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanohaa Spin-Off that greatly outpaced the original in terms of popularity. Reading through this wiki, you may get the impression that the Triangle Heart series only consists of the third gamewhich spawned Nanoha.
This is also a straight example since Nanoha was originally a mini-scenario of the Triangle Heart 3 game.The anime boom in America took place well before the manga boom. As a result, more people were familiar with anime adaptations than the manga they were based on. For a while, the only place to talk about a manga series was the forum of the people translating the manga.
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