What really constitutes as a good adaptation?
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I honestly just feel that capturing the essence of the manga, not removing too much from the source so that I can still get invested in the story/characters and getting the pacing right is good enough.
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When it receives another anime adaptation.
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An anime adaptation should be faithful to the manga (follows it to a T) and look like the manga as well (downgrading or changing the art drastically is unacceptable - I'm looking at you, shoukoku no altair).
Fullmetal Alchemist 2003 did neither of these things, and yet is one of the most ambitious and critically-acclaimed adaptations in anime history...topped only, and ironically, by its 2009 remake.
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