5 NEED-TO-BE-REVEAL SECRETS ABOUT MOST POPULAR ANIME
- The Cell Saga in Dragon Ball Z was the result of editors.
It is generally known by most fans that Cell sagas are the best arcs in Dragon Ball Z. However, It’s not much to know that Akira Toriyama’s popularity is the main thing that their editors focus on.
About Cell saga, the editors kept rejecting Toriyama’s villains. The result is that Toriyama is cut from the Android to the Cell saga so quickly.
Also, Goku and crew fight Androids 19 and 20, then 17 and 18, and the three forms of Cell in a relatively short time.
To be honest, the change from Cell’s second to third form was always welcomed.
- Was the birth of One Piece related to Dragon Ball?
Eiichiro Oda used to be an assistant and also a huge fan of Akira Toriyama about 20 years ago. Oda was inspired by Akira Toriyama’s work (notably, Dragon Ball) and aspired to become a manga artist.
His pirate adventure One Piece, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1997 quickly became one of the most popular manga in Japan
So did this influence Oda, or the straw hat boy was drawn by him at that time he was working with Akira Toriyama?
- If sunrise made no trust in Code Geass, it could be down
Code Geass is one of the most popular anime series around the world, but Sunrise expected it to be a failure.
Actually, the first season’s success didn’t give Taniguchi much freedom for the second season. It was cut from 50 episodes down to 25.
A change in time slots forced them to tone down the content and to include a time skip, so new viewers wouldn’t get too confused with the story up to that point.
- Angel Beats! Was too short !
This is the most common complaint against Angel Beats!
Because of lack of confidence, a natural disaster, or bad viewer numbers, most shows were cut off. It was just randomly cut from 26 to 13 episodes.
Subplots are dropped as well as character backgrounds are never told, and also various character relationships are left unresolved.
One possible reason is that the project cut into too much time for Key’s staff.
- At the beginning, Naruto was a ramen manga
Naruto mangaka Masashi Kishimoto once revealed that in his first ever TV interview, he initially planned Naruto “to be about ramen” and that “it is aimed at boys in middle school.”
It is obvious that the crazy thought wasn’t accepted.
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