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Posted 5/1/15
Tokyo ghoul
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Monster and Attack Titan are the best adaptation I've seen
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Posted 8/20/15 , edited 8/21/15
- Full Metal Alchemist & Brotherhood
- Ghost in the Shell: SAC
- Kuroko no Basket
- Shokugeki no Soma (thus far and I don't think it's going to go down at all).
- Zetsuen no Tempest (still one of my favorite series)
- Black Lagoon
- Shakugan no Shana
- Fate/Kaleid (same as Shokugeki in that its 'so far')
- Oregairu
- Danmachi
- Hataraku Maou-sama
- Akatsuki no Yona
- Monogatari series
- Clannad
- Steins;Gate

And I'm sure there's many more I can't think of atm.
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KnightmareFrame9 wrote:


High School DxD




This was true until Season 3, They almost totally went off the rails...
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Posted 8/21/15
To be honest, manga adaptations don't impress me a lot because they're already basically a storyboard for an anime.

Light Novels on the other hand, do sometimes impress me. So on that end, as an adaptation I think that Haruhi Suzumiya was really well done and top notch.

Also (and I know people will disagree with this), Sword Art Online was a really good adaptation. For the most part it was really quite spot on. The only big omission I ever noticed was that minor underground kingdom arc in ALO, but they even went back and covered that briefly in the second season.
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Best LN adaptation I know
Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu (movie - trully impressive ImO)
Rokka no Yuusha (currently airing, respecting almost word for word with an astounding record of 12 episodes used for a single 300 pages volume)
Baccano! (very audacious in the way they mixed things together, it was impressive)
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