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i've only read up to vol.4 of the manga so i'm not entirely sure but it seems to me he was more ruthless in the manga so I'll have to say Anime Scar,
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yeah, i agree with anime. although at first he was being a barnacle, he actually went way out of his way to help ed and al, and in the manga, he's just like, ROAR! i'm actually pretty fond of scar from the anime ;_;
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Yea...I really do like Anime!Scar.....and Manga!Scar...they both rock!!
I like seeing the action continue forever with Manga!Scar...because after him, Ed and Al actually talk and such..they don't fight each other anymore...T_T....not that the fights are good for Al and Ed..but...they're fun!...hehehe
But I like the emotion of Anime!Scar we get....especially in episode 42.....it was sad...
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I think that manga scar is a much more developed and morally complex character than anime scar. He's not really good or bad, but he seems to be turning more good, at least currently- i.e, he's become less driven by revenge, and more by what's right. Anime scar (and all the anime characters, in my point of view) were 'used' as a means to an end, whereas manga characters are always complex, morally ambiguous people who really think about what they're doing.
This topic should be in chatacter discussion, no? If some passing mod would deign to move it...
The title should also be changed to reflect what the thread is actually about.
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