Anime Better Than Manga
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Manga is a Japanese comic book or graphic novels conforming to a style created on Japan and anime is a cartoonish show created in Japan as well which mostly is based on the manga adaptation.

Well, not every anime adjustments do equity to their original source material yet there are some that through and through outperform it.

Each time another anime adjustment of any manga is declared, fans enthusiastically trust in a variant that will do equity to the source material. What’s more, when this happens it is a rarity indeed that the anime winds up surpassing the manga, or builds up itself as the complete form for fans.

We made a list of anime series that have lived up to the quality of the manga and some have even overpassed it.

Attack on Titan

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Hajime İsayama’s Attack on Titan manga was created on 2009 and has been running on Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine and comparing to the first chapter and the recent ones we can notice that the creator’s skills have improved on an astounding way both as a writer and an illustrator.

The anime adaptation’s first season, adjusts the previous chapters of Isayama’s story with much better art and increasingly predictable portrayal. Be that as it may, even past the prior chapters of the manga, the anime inconceivably improves the nature of the manga with splendid voice acting thanks to the successful commited voice actors and the dazzling animation by the legendary animation studio Wit Studio. Both the manga and anime are extraordinary, however it’s just the manga readers’ misfortune on the off chance that they abstain from seeing the adjustment in its completely energized brilliance.


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Gintama is an adventure, humorous manga written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi and with no doubt is one of the most well-written manga that came to Shueisha’s catalog.

In any case, the anime adaptation of the manga with its perfect animation and voice acting, carries the parody to a level difficult to convey on ink and paper. The action and diversion of Gintama not simply make an interpretation of gigantically well into the enlivened medium, yet shockingly outperform that of the manga.

Studio Sunrise that has left a huge impact in the anime world with perfectly animating various numbers of anime series couldn’t have made a superior showing in its throwing, with the voice acting at the core of what makes the anime a superior encounter than the manga. While the manga has at long last finished, its fantastic anime adjustment still can’t seem to arrive at its last arc, so it may not be past the point where it is possible to hop on board the anime fleeting trend.

Hunter x Hunter

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Hunter x Hunter is the manga created by Yoshihiro Togashi on 1998 and the anime adaptation of the series at first debuted on 1999 and it indicated many anime-just fans the brightness of the author of the series, likewise the maker of another shonen artful culmination, Yu Hakusho.

The first anime have fulfilled the expectations, a reliable adjustment that may persuade numerous to read the more predominant manga. At that point the manga hit its notorious break, the anime made up for lost time and not, at this point had any progressively material to adjust, so it finished. As the years passed by, the adored manga went all through innumerable rests while the workmanship style additionally took a plunge in quality.

Quick forward to the year 2011 and the new Hunter x Hunter anime is discharged, and it not just steadfastly secured the old and more up to date bits of the manga, yet improved. The art was reliably better than Togashi’s less point by point style that he took up post-rest, and the movement was among the most elevated level in present day anime. In a bizarre unforeseen development, fans hang tight for Togashi to finish his manga so they can get the full form in anime design, rather than the anime functioning as an ad for the manga.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is the worldwide famous manga arrangement created by Koyoharu Gotōge on 2016 and it is one of the most successful action series that is running on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and the success of the manga started to rise right after the debut of the anime which was perfectly animated by the studio Ufotable.

Since episode 1 of the anime, fans expectations were fulfilled absolutely with the perfect art, great character designs, perfectly animated fight scenes, the anime with no any doubts surpassed the manga’s art.


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Dororo is a Japanese dark fantasy and historical manga created by the author Osamu Tezuka who is known as the father of the manga in the late 1960’s.

Its first anime adjustment, airing in 1969, similar to the manga, was at its time an earth shattering work and one of the darkest anime at any point seen at that point. In the 21st century, notwithstanding, neither one of the works has matured all around ok to satisfy present day measures or desires. Until, that is, its most recent anime adjustment of a similar name that blew it out the water.

The 2019 Dororo adjustment was a community oriented work between studios MAPPA and Tezuka Productions. The anime not just has a limitlessly better art and animation than the obsolete unique, yet additionally changes and arcs the story and characters to carry them into the cutting edge age. The anime likewise redesigns the manga’s seriously matured character plans. Dororo 2019 was an endeavor at modernizing a powerful manga and it prevailing decisively.

Fire Force

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Fire Force is the adventurous, dark fantasy shonen manga series that was created by the manga artist Atsushi Ōkubo on 2015 that runs on Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.

The anime adaptation of the manga debuted on 2019 and the animation was fascinating that did not disappoint fans’ expectations at all, the characters were perfectly designed, the art was decent, the fight scenes were perfectly animated. Following the first season’s finale a continuing season was announced so lets hope the anime continues with the decent work.


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K-On is Japanese four-panel comic strip seinen manga created by Kakifly on 2007 that ran on Houbunsha’s manga magazine Manga Time Kirara till 2012

All things being equal, the manga is just a stripped down rendition of the story that the adjustment took made it its own while the characters, not at all like their manga partners, have to a greater extent a character.

The anime animated by Kyoto Animation comprises of around 80 percent of unique substance, which fleshes out the characters and plot much better and changes the fair story of the manga into one of the most well known anime of the most recent 10 years.