Marvel Anime: Ironman

ElderKingpin

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Marvel Anime is a four-part anime project with collaborations from both Marvel Entertainment and Madhouse. The project will take famous Marvel characters and reintroduce them for a Japanese audience in a 12-part series.

Ironman

Iron Man (?????? Aian Man?) is the first show of the series with 12 episodes. The series is being directed by Yuzo Sato with Warren Ellis writing the story. It is known from the official released trailers that this version of Tony Stark becomes Iron Man as an adult, the same as in the comics and recent movie version, as opposed to the Iron Man: Armored Adventures animated series where Stark is a teenager. A special preview ran on Animax on September 25, 2010, before the series began airing on October 1, 2010, and ended on December 17, 2010. It will air on G4 sometime in 2011.[9]

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Basically copy and pasta from wikipedia. My friends who are both really into anime told me about how great this anime was and why I am currently watching it. I also think that madhouse is a great anime studio and they brought out some really great animes and I suggest you watch all of the revisions of the heroes. Because as we know, every anime that is made in Japan is instantly made awesome.
 

DM Cross

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I see Marvel doing Anime/Manga as kind of an ironic redundance. I mean, Manga is technically Japanese versions of comic books, right? Marvel does American comic books. Cartoons are made from those comic books. Now they're doing Japanese comic books, which cartoons are made from?

Don't get me wrong; I'm not AGAINST the idea. I love Manga, I love Marvel. I just find it ironic. And somewhat hilarious.
 

ElderKingpin

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i dont think marvel is letting the japanese manga writers re-write their comics as manga, i think its only anime, i see your point, after reading through it a couple times >_>
 

DM Cross

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I never said that Marvel was letting anyone re-write their stories, just that it was funny they're being re-made into comics of another origin.
 

Ioannes

Oh man, I shot Marvin in the face.



In the end it's not about the style, YOU STUPID PEOPLE, it's about the STORY and the CHARACTERS! No matter how you re-draw boring comics, they will still be fundamentally boring. As long as it is clear what is what, visuals aren't important. I bet if they redrew Evangelion or Fullmetal Alchemist manga into Western style (80's style), the fan base would remain. What made Evangelion or FMA popular was the story and the characters. Which is why I'd still watch the original Star Wars episodes and ignore the prequels.

God, my brain hurts when I see people doing it wrong.

EDIT: Unless, of course, it is generating some additional profit on gullible teenagers' love for Japanese content.
 
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