My Hero Academy's potential anime adaptation...
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For those who don't know, My Hero Academy is Shonen Jump's future poster child and a good contender for taking up the top dog spot should One Piece end. It's in good company with AssClass. If you haven't read it yet, try it.

So yeah it's good shit. So I just hope it doesn't land in the clutches of Toei Animation or Studio Perriot. For those who don't know, those studios are ass.

They ruined perfectly good titles in World Trigger and Bleach and threaten to drag future manga's reputation through the mud.

So I'm just posting this to have something of a public record, Shonen Jump should not sell a big time manga to a crappy studio.

That is all.
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Concerning studio Perriot, they are probably the most inconsistent studio I've ever seen. On one hand they poorly adapt a fantastic manga like Tokyo Ghoul but then do a great job adapting stuff like Akatsuki no Yona.

I don't see it getting adapted any time soon and I'm glad, they need to let it build up a decent amount of chapters before giving it a proper adaptation.
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Charlieandthetrollingfactory wrote:

Concerning studio Perriot, they are probably the most inconsistent studio I've ever seen. On one hand they poorly adapt a fantastic manga like Tokyo Ghoul but then do a great job adapting stuff like Akatsuki no Yona.

Your thread title is pretty misleading as there has been no announcement of an adaptation so you might wanna change that if you can. I don't see it getting adapted any time soon and I'm glad, they need to let it build up a decent amount of chapters before giving it a proper adaptation.


I said potential, so I'm not even implying it has been announced, I'm clearly stating it isn't happening yet, if ever. But I'm all ears for your suggestion. I thought my diction was clear. I know some of the best manga don't have anime. Vagabond and 666 Satan are chief among them. I'm just speculating at this point. But I agree, I'd like a adaptation to cone around well into the manga's run, if not after if ends.
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I totally agree with this, I would like Pierrot(after they really screwed up Tokyo Ghoul) and Toei.......to just stay from My Hero Academia. I would like Madhouse or Production I.G. to just start adapting more stuff.

Oh yea and Bones.

But to be fair though.....Toei has actually done the fight scenes in World Trigger pretty well imo and the show itself is actually getting pretty good.
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Charlieandthetrollingfactory wrote:

Concerning studio Perriot, they are probably the most inconsistent studio I've ever seen. On one hand they poorly adapt a fantastic manga like Tokyo Ghoul but then do a great job adapting stuff like Akatsuki no Yona.

Your thread title is pretty misleading as there has been no announcement of an adaptation so you might wanna change that if you can. I don't see it getting adapted any time soon and I'm glad, they need to let it build up a decent amount of chapters before giving it a proper adaptation.


I said potential, so I'm not even implying it has been announced, I'm clearly stating it isn't happening yet, if ever. But I'm all ears for your suggestion. I thought my diction was clear. I know some of the best manga don't have anime. Vagabond and 666 Satan are chief among them. I'm just speculating at this point. But I agree, I'd like a adaptation to cone around well into the manga's run, if not after if ends.


Nah dude I just misread your title, I changed it on my original post like a minute after posting. I've not read either of them but I've heard Vagabond it's incredibly good. I really wanna see My Hero get adapted but I'm willing to wait a while since I'm tired of seeing studios completely ruin adaptations by having horrible cliff-hangers or rushed plot-lines.
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I totally agree with this, I would like Pierrot(after they really screwed up Tokyo Ghoul) and Toei.......to just stay from My Hero Academia. I would like Madhouse or Production I.G. to just start adapting more stuff.

Oh yea and Bones.

But to be fair though.....Toei has actually done the fight scenes in World Trigger pretty well imo and the show itself is actually getting pretty good.


Madhouse seems to be alone adapting completed manga, Bones and Production I.G. don't like doing long anime, A-1 hasn't done any Shonen Jump stuff. The guys doing AssClass would be a good bet. If any of those names showed up in a press release...


Charlieandthetrollingfactory wrote:


MysticGon wrote:


Charlieandthetrollingfactory wrote:

Concerning studio Perriot, they are probably the most inconsistent studio I've ever seen. On one hand they poorly adapt a fantastic manga like Tokyo Ghoul but then do a great job adapting stuff like Akatsuki no Yona.

Your thread title is pretty misleading as there has been no announcement of an adaptation so you might wanna change that if you can. I don't see it getting adapted any time soon and I'm glad, they need to let it build up a decent amount of chapters before giving it a proper adaptation.


I said potential, so I'm not even implying it has been announced, I'm clearly stating it isn't happening yet, if ever. But I'm all ears for your suggestion. I thought my diction was clear. I know some of the best manga don't have anime. Vagabond and 666 Satan are chief among them. I'm just speculating at this point. But I agree, I'd like a adaptation to cone around well into the manga's run, if not after if ends.


Nah dude I just misread your title, I changed it on my original post like a minute after posting. I've not read either of them but I've heard Vagabond it's incredibly good. I really wanna see My Hero get adapted but I'm willing to wait a while since I'm tired of seeing studios completely ruin adaptations by having horrible cliff-hangers or rushed plot-lines.


It is. I would actually wait until a full 4-5 arcs are done, but the ideal situation would be FMA:Brotherhood, where the mangaka tells the studio how it ends so they can plan for it, and not waste time on filler.
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Madhouse seems to be alone adapting completed manga, Bones and Production I.G. don't like doing long anime, A-1 hasn't done any Shonen Jump stuff. The guys doing AssClass would be a good bet. If any of those names showed up in a press release...

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Have not checked out AC yet....I will be soon though, I just want the anime to catch up to where I am in the manga.
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Closed due to inactivity, plus we'll know soon enough how the adaptation goes. Related discussion may take place in the current anticipation thread (/forumtopic-924751/my-hero-academia-tv-anticipation) or a new Discussion thread once the show airs.
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