>>3441598>some have criticized the powerpoint format of it but I believe it works fine to transcribe the author's paneling
Surprisingly, it does. It's hard to explain, but animating the panels as they appear in the manga really helped the anime feel more "genuine" and close to the manga. Not to mention that there are many scenes in the manga that run on small panels (like the comedy scenes) and would not look as good on "full screen". The biggest disadvantage of this type of animation is that all the action scenes looked very static, although fortunately there weren't many of them in the m>Today though I read Pluto and it has a top-tier boy
I decided to read it right after reading your post hours ago (I just finished it lul) because the idea of a more serious version of Astroboy caught my attention, and damn it, I didn't expect it to be so sad. *** SPOILERS *** From the beginning the manga is a ride of pain and sorrow, to the point that in multiple occasions I believed that Gesicht and Atom would die without being able to stop the responsible of all the murders (and apparently I wasn't so wrong). The worst part of reading this manga was watching the 7 great robots fall one by one leaving traces of pain and sadness in the hearts of their loved ones (and in mine for believing that they would survive the horrible hunt). *** SPOILERS ***
It's definitely a read I recommend to anybody who doesn't have a sensitive heart (especially for kids).>>3441653
Heh, for a moment I thought these were Syaoran and Sakura in the thumbnail.