Why do some anime series finish very fast?!?
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Posted 12/27/08
There are a lot of anime series which finish fast especially the good ones like Kyo no Go no ni and the like.

does anyone know why?!

it's really puzzling since the anime is good, then why finish immediately?
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Posted 12/27/08
because th manga ended & th author didint continue writing
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Posted 12/27/08
Because that's just what the producers planned at first.

P.S. Kyo no Go no Ni isn't finished yet. It's TV version is yet to air it's last episode. It's OVAs are long finished though
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Posted 12/27/08
actually i prefer animes that are 12-13 eps long. why? most of the time, they are straight to the point. unlike other animes that has 26 to 50 to 100(WTF?! ) eps, there are too many irrelevant episodes that makes the anime much longer. this also makes their viewers lose interest if there are too many extraneous episodes..
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Posted 12/27/08 , edited 12/27/08
There are always a set number of anime up for production. Kyo no Go no Ni is an exception to the typical "season" length anime in that it only has a few episodes ~ which is entirely up to the decisions of the producers.

Of course, we're not one to give any concrete reason as to why they do this; but suffice it to know that Kyo no Go no Ni is a exception to the rule. Generally speaking, anime follow the seasonal duration by having episodes in multiples of thirteen. More recently, however, some anime have been deviating slightly by one or two episodes from this "multiple of 13" rule, giving rise to series with 11, 12, or 24 episodes. It's more common to see shows that have less than the next multiple (i.e. 11 or 24) rather than those with shows greater than the next multiple (i.e. 27).


Hope this sheds some light into how the anime industry works. Otherwise, I'd say this thread is pretty much answered.





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