Have you ever watched an anime and loved it so much that you had to read the manga, only to find out that the story is completely different? Or have you ever watched an anime adaptation of a manga you loved, only to discover that it ends in a wildly different way?
Anime original endings can be a good thing - a lot of people enjoy Fullmetal Alchemist (2003) for its unique plot, and Bunny Drop ends before the manga goes off the rails. But in other cases, they're kind of a disappointment. The Promised Neverland would have been so much more interesting if it had ended the way it was supposed to, and Fruits Basket (2001) needed a whole reboot to undo its mistakes.
- Photo: Bunny Drop / Production I.G
- Photo: The Promised Neverland / CloverWorks
- Photo: Soul Eater / Bones
- Photo: Fullmetal Alchemist / Bones
Tokyo Ghoul: Root APhoto: Tokyo Ghoul: Root A / Studio Pierrot
- Photo: Deadman Wonderland / Manglobe