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bully_jesus
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I watched a few episodes of Eureka ( mainly because the Gediminas has a pic from the anime as his avatar ) and wasn't very impressed. I am thinking on giving the manga a try, but decided to ask first how different they are. So, thanks on beforehand for any responese,
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I haven't seen the anime.. but I have read the manga 'till chapter 13.. And it's great so far..

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the manga is like a super summary of it...and why didn't you like the anime? ;_; It's awesome and has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard.

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no, it's not the summary of what happened in the anime version. The reason you think it is a summary cause its story length is really shorter than anime , only 6 vol - yeah but no way the authors can make it longer -since it's decided to be a visual novel, maybe you would expect more funny scenes like comic strip in the end of each vols. ^ ^ AND It took rather a different path and thing didn't come the way it was. The ending is not as happy as the anime. However, somehow I prefer the manga because I like more about its character development. embarrassed

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the mangas better by my opinion

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somehow I like the manga because, Eureka changes is not as tremendous as in the anime. biggrin

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Quote from greatbone
somehow I like the manga because, Eureka changes is not as tremendous as in the anime. biggrin


second that

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i just saw the anime i didnt read the manga eyes

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Quote from Scyfon
the manga is like a super summary of it...and why didn't you like the anime? ;_; It's awesome and has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard.


i agree it's one of my favs and i'm getting my friends to watch it too XD
too bad for the manga, i wanted to add it to my collection, but i guess i'l just have to do with anime >.>

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The manga is a super summary of the anime like the others have said. However, the anime is alot better and the soundtracks to the anime are some of the best.

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In the manga after Eureka becomes covered in the Skurve, Renton works on repairing and upgrading the Nirvash type zero. In the Anime a new arc begins that is left out of the manga where Renton leaves the Gekko-Go and meets somebody called Charles and ends up flying with him and his wife. Eventually, Holand kills Charles and Renton retuns to the Gekko-Go. That's just a super short summary leaving out many details but the whole arc takes up about one season of the anime so I would recomend alteast watching that season so you can see for yourself how different the manga and anime are.


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Altho i havent read the manga , i really think that the anime is better. Because when you are reading/watching something good ( like E7 ) you dont want it to end to fast. ~50 anime episodes are not that long, but definetly better than 6 manga volumes. So i think you will enjoy the anime more. Or at least i would. Also, if you read the manga you cant possibly hear the awesome music the anime have. I so love all the input songs, specially "Storywriter". Well, the best would be to both read and watch bigrazz to not miss anything.
But E7 is one of the best animes i've seen, and i would reccomend it to anyone lol biggrin

But since the manga has the same story as the anime, i doubt it can be bad. And the manga also has the same art as Deadman Wonderland. Maybe its only me, but i soooo love the animation of E7 and the art of Deadman Wonderland.

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bluevex
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this is just one mans opinion but i have to say that i liked the anime better. The manga was super condenced and the anime gave a better detail about what the whole thing was about

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