Laurine_Andersen said: what? Thanks for the spoiler -w-
I don't know whether it's a spoiler or not (it could just be the poster's wishful thinking), but thanks to you for directly quoting it, I assume to make sure that anyone who didn't initially see it (like me) gets to share in the potential-spoiling! Geh, please think a bit more before posting. This is like using a megaphone to chide someone for saying a secret out loud, and spreading it even farther in the process.
yess! I love this show and am so excited for season 3. To anyone who hasn't started it yet, I know it doesn't seem like it would be something exciting to watch, but once you start you really get hooked.
What I don't get is how come they just had to separate them. It would work well anyway if they just combine everything in one series. Ohh wait, perhaps it's for waiting for more original materials. Then I guess that's fine ;D
this is awesome. cant believe im just now finding out about this. i was just thinking after watching ep 19 of season 2 that they will need a 3rd season because i cant see them wrapping it all up in 6 episodes. good stuff.
Fuzzx said: this is awesome. cant believe im just now finding out about this. i was just thinking after watching ep 19 of season 2 that they will need a 3rd season because i cant see them wrapping it all up in 6 episodes. good stuff.
Season 2, Episode 19 = chapter 73-75 of manga without shizuka.
Currently, the manga is on chapter 166. So probably, there will be 4th and 5th season of anime.
Well, the way JC is spacing out the anime seasons isn't really anything new, it's just not normally done. The moment I saw the air date of the third season, I checked the airing dates of the first two, and went, "yup, just like major. ^^"
As mentioned earlier, this way of spacing out the seasons helps to keep fillers out of the anime by allowing the manga to get ahead by at least 15 chapters (I"m giving some room for any absences in the magazine here.) Plus, it helps to build up anticipation for the anime. Some people really dislike starting an ongoing anime that has 50+ episodes, so this way also helps to break the anime up into 25 episode size pieces for them to chew on, haha.
To my knowledge, this anime is one of the only ones out there that does a decent job of detailing a mangaka's life, and how the whole process of creating a manga actually works. (if anyone knows any others, I'd love to watch them. ^^) The animation team may also just want to promote manga in general, though that might be an objective that is of relatively low importance to them.
I really do appreciate both the manga and the anime (the anime made eiji one of my favorite characters in bakuman because of the fabulous job his seiyuu has done, haha), and I hope that bakuman will follow major's example in keeping the continuity of the one season a year plan until the manga ends.
No doubt about it, Bakuman has now become one of my favorite animes right next to Reborn! I cant wait to watch the third season, at first I had my doubts with this anime, but after watching it, I now have so much ambition towards my future!!! *3*
If you can resist treating a rich friend better than a poor friend,
If you can face the world without lies and deceit,
If you can say honestly that deep in your heart you have no prejudice against creed, color,
religion or politics,"
Then, my friend, you are almost as good as your dog.
---By some dood---
Rayla said: No doubt about it, Bakuman has now become one of my favorite animes right next to Reborn! I cant wait to watch the third season, at first I had my doubts with this anime, but after watching it, I now have so much ambition towards my future!!! *3*