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So Warren Ellis is writing anime for Marvel and Madhouse Productions. The currently announced titles/shows are Iron Man and Wolverine.
:shock:I didn't know where else to put these...
Wolverine Anime Teaser:
Iron Man Anime Teaser:
That's fine. I mean the animations seem top notch. But I assume they're just going to do the standard anime thing and throw the Marvel characters into their very standard tropes. I think it could be great visually but very dullard structurally and emotionally.It's been mentioned that these are just test animations and aren't indicative of the final products.
Warren Ellis is writing Iron Man and Wolverine will probably also have non Japanese writers, so I believe the only thing "anime" about this is the animation. Also, the Wolverine one will supposedly be about his time in Japan when he was killing ninjas and such. And really, how many Japanese animators have taken American characters and switched their outlooks on life? I can't think of any.Can I please say that I think anime will be aweful for Wolverine. I mean they took an already Animeish hairdoe Wolverine has and gave him a ****ing mullet. Aside from the fact that he only has the claws and does only a couple of 'Wolverine' things I think this is going to be a case of the Japanese animators taking an American character and switching them to their personal outlook on life. I'd be fine with this but Wolverine is such an American character that I really don't think he can be adapted to these animated movies.
Only in the most superficial sense in that they are both armors with pilots. What they stand for and the stories told about them are vastly different.Iron Man works cause I guess he's America's equivelant to the Gundams, so who cares on that one.
May I ask why?I won't be seeing these anyway because I hate anime in any form
So by that logic you also hate all super hero movies, games, and cartoons?and don't really want to see some of my favorite characters taken from their natural form and taken to a medium they don't belong in