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Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/25/16
I'm thinking about making a Light Novel/Manga/Anime-- called "HIGH SCHOOL BATTLE HAREM FAN-SERVICE".

It will have-
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- Highschool
- Battles
- A Harem
- & Fanservice

________


I think this will totally revolutionize the industry. I may be the next Hayao Miyazaki. Your thoughts?




But honestly, this genre is really flooding the industry. I'm not totally against it, & I get why it's so popular. Yet I just wished that these shows would be made a little differently from each other. Lately we've been getting allot of Light Novel adaptations that are almost ALL the same. (minus a few details)

I feel like the only two adaptations this season to diveat from the path is "ERASED" (Which is incredibly unique) & "KonoSuba" (Which sorta gags on it's own genre)

Why aren't there more adaptations like "ERASED" out there? As far as Manga goes, there are tons that I think would be a huge success. There are even some per-exsisting adaptations that could do well being remade. (Example: "MONSTER")
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Posted 2/25/16
lol -_- why calling it that? oh well ._.
Monster you mean that about the doctor guy (Dr. Tenma) and child?
if so why remade?

But I would love to see them take it to the "next level".. as many just.. stops at a point?
and atleast be able to "evolve" or progress futher or more indepth.
Posted 2/25/16 , edited 2/25/16
I'm thinking of making a novel called Yaoi Zombies about a zombie outbreak in Japan where the zombies, instead of biting you, rape you, but only men on men, because the virus kills women, and it takes place at the most prestigious boy's only high school in Japan, where 6 young men are trapped, alongside their teacher, as the horde threatens to overwhelm them as does their sexual desires.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I'm thinking of making a novel called Yaoi Zombies about a zombie outbreak in Japan where the zombies, instead of biting you, rape you, but only men on men, because the virus kills women, and it takes place at the most prestigious boy's only high school in Japan, where 6 young men are trapped, alongside their teacher, as the horde threatens to overwhelm them as does their sexual desires.


There's a Spanish(?) comic named sth. like "Alicia in Wonderland" with a similiar setting. Oh, and lots of gore. And minus the yaoi-part.
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Posted 2/25/16
Did I hear the Z word?


oh well better luck next time..

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Watch Shouwa Genroku

Anyway, it all comes down to taste anyway. There are undoubtedly people out there who like the LN battle harems, otherwise they wouldn't sell, and thus wouldn't be made.

Personally, I agree in that I would like more adaptations of different material (actually, what I would really like are more original series, to be honest), but again - what I want to see is almost certainly different from what others want to see. So even though i despise those shows, a part of me wants to say "Let the LN battle harem fans have their moment"
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I know that having high, seemingly unattainable dreams is the key to success, but...Hayao Miyazaki is in a whole other realm. Also, given his more recent behavior, it might not be a dignified pair of shoes to fill. I'm only saying this because publishers will probably say the same, but if you plan on making something successful out of something that is blatantly calling itself a cliche, you have to find a way to distinguish yourself from the rest. Writing a book is a very difficult process that even I'm struggling with.
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No.

Honestly, there are not as many high school battle harems per season as you may think. There are maybe a dozen a year at most, and that is out of hundreds of shows. They might make up 1/10 shows per year, which I don't think is exactly hurting anything else from being made or airing. If there is something worth adapting, regardless of setup, then they will adapt it. It's just that really stand out and unique shows are few and far between, as they are more risky to make and get green lit.
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Mico171 wrote:

I'm thinking about making a Light Novel/Manga/Anime-- called "HIGH SCHOOL BATTLE HAREM FAN-SERVICE".

It will have-
________

- Highschool
- Battles
- A Harem
- & Fanservice

________


I think this will totally revolutionize the industry. I may be the next Hayao Miyazaki. Your thoughts?




But honestly, this genre is really flooding the industry. I'm not totally against it, & I get why it's so popular. Yet I just wished that these shows would be made a little differently from each other. Lately we've been getting allot of Light Novel adaptations that are almost ALL the same. (minus a few details)

I feel like the only two adaptations this season to diveat from the path is "ERASED" (Which is incredibly unique) & "KonoSuba" (Which sorta gags on it's own genre)

Why aren't there more adaptations like "ERASED" out there? As far as Manga goes, there are tons that I think would be a huge success. There are even some per-exsisting adaptations that could do well being remade. (Example: "MONSTER")


"Ikki Tousen", "Senran Kagura", and "Tenjou Tenge are all high school set battle based mangas/anime with lots of fanservice. Not harems in any of them though, although the last one did have a love triangle.

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Posted 2/25/16
Sounds like a clusterfuck of bad cliches.
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