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Which Mangacharacter Was The Least Like Their Animeversion?
Which MangaCharacter was the least like their AnimeVersion
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post Mar 16 2008, 07:41 AM
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I hope this hasn't been done before...sorry if it has. Which character has the least in common between the anime and manga version and why do you think so?


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post Mar 17 2008, 04:18 PM
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well actually about half the homunculi were different.

sloth, like you said, was this really creepy, muscley dude in the manga and was ed and al's mom in the anime
pride was the the kind bradley's son in the manga and bradley in the anime
wrath was bradley in the manga and izumi's child in the anime

personally i think that lust was the most different that both ways have. in the manga she was really evil-ish. in the anime, she changed and became good.


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