[quote=Reika,Sep 4 2005, 05:22 PM]
*siiiiiiiiiiiiiggggghhhhhh*... and the never ending discussion continues...
This was stated by more than one person, but of cour, you just had to point it out from me, because you have such a... personal "thing" towards me and Dai that can't kept you in your terms.[/quote]
You know, I think it's the.. 4th? time that I'm saying this: I DON'T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT THE CHANGES.
And YES, I would be more satisfied with the result, do you know why? 1)Because the first half, when they took the ideas, the storiline, the characters, the timing, and the idea itself, I was much more satisfied.
2)I'm much more satisfied with the manga than the anime.
3)I would kiss BONES if they did that. [/quote]
I guess you do give a damn about the changes then
Hellooooo????? The ANIME COMES from the manga. Do we have some trouble at understanding that the main story wasn't created by BONES? And it seems you didn't read my earlier posts, but I informed you all that:[/quote]
Oh yeah I get that. I love the manga and the anime. Manga came first, anime second. But the anime still got YOU to read the manga.
The producer read the first volume of the manga (ALLREADY PUBLISHED), and in the second volume, they started to do the anime. You know, we don't own ANYTHING to BONES that concerns the manga. The own that should be more gratefull towards Arakawa is you, since if she didn't create the manga, forget about what you saw in the anime (and I mean EVERYTHING, the second half came after the ideas posted in the first half).[/quote]
I am grateful towards Arakawa-sama. I am putting money in her pocket you know. What makes you think I don't? She created one of the most fantastic stories and groups of characters ever. She's a genius and her artwork is amazing. She's no slouch, and I wish half of today's mainstream comic creative people had her work ethic. So...what's your point?
[quote]What the hell are you talking about? That wasn't the point being discussed in the first place, but you had to point out any "weak" point you thought you found on either of my statements, right?
And the problem wasn't the animal transmutation, BUT THE ONE OF THE PLANTS.[/quote]
If they can do animals...why can't they do plants...
? Not much of a stretch for me. I guess others forms of alchemy in the anime frightens you.
Yes, that's the conclussion all of us made after discussing it.[/quote]
Well that's great. I just wanted to clarify, this problem you have (which I do not think is a problem by the way), is something Arakawa did in her FMA manga.
Prove what you are saying is right. Because while you thought that when Ed was told that the water was cold and he went to take it and suddenly the reaction was made, I thought "what? a transmutation out of nothing?". I don't know your episodes but... in the ones I have (the first ones, the ones shown in Japan's TVs) he joined his fist with his hand because he couldn't do a thing, and THEN he was told that the water was cold, so he went to take it and heat it. You know, there are things called "kitchens", where you can heat the water.[/quote]
It was partly instinctual. At that time, he really wasn't sure what he was doing, and then later on is able to better control that new power. A power he inherently has after seeing the gate. And this happens in stories frequently. A hero has a power he doesn't know about and when its revealed its like, "Whoa...I can do this?"
Sorry guy... you've been very bad informed... Arakawa didn't take part in the anime by own free will, buddy. The anime made whatever they pleased, and they started inventing the second half when they saw that they reached the manga and didn't have a base to continue on.[/quote]
It just seems a lot of the problems you are bringing up, are evident in the manga first and the anime second. When you see it in the anime, it was just them using the manga as the blueprint or starting point. Once again these are not problems I have with the manga or anime though. So I'm just trying to clarify things with you.
It's simple though, Hohenheim "The homunculus obtain a form and powers after eating the red stone".[/quote]
Yeah, I get that.
First: Hohenheim: "When you die you come here" <-- They explained it.[/quote]
And yet...Ed isn't dead.
Second: Ok, so it seems I just have to take pictures from the anime and the film and everything so you can see that it's the same. Ok, I'll do it when I go back home, because IT IS WINRY'S AUTOMAIL.[/quote]
I've seen the pictures. And it doesn't look the same to me. It doesn't work like Winry's automail either.
hahahah I wanna see your face when I show you the pictures ^^[/quote]
If you want to serve me a plate of crow, I'll eat it. Wouldn't be the first time.
Because it is and I can prove it??? and just that you know: in 1914-1920 didn't exist prothetics.
Will I need to find the exact year for you on internet??? *sigh* tell me not, please.[/quote]
Don't mind me, I saved you the trouble. http://inventors.about.com/library/invento...lprosthetic.htm
According to this link, prosthetics have existed through history going back to Egyptian times in the BC era. Know what that means slappy? OVER 2000 YEARS AGO!
[QUOTE]In 1529, French surgeon, Ambroise Pare (1510-1590) introduced amputation as a lifesaving measure in medicine. Soon after, Pare started developing prosthetic limbs in a scientific manner. In 1863, Dubois L Parmelee of New York City made an improvement to the attachment of artificial limbs. He fastened a body socket to the limb with atmospheric pressure. He was not the first person to do so, but he was the first person to do so with satisfactory results. In 1898, Dr. Vanghetti invented an artificial limb that could move with through muscle contraction. [/QUOTE]
How interesting...but...you said in 1914-1920 that prosthetics do not exist?!
If he didn't fight nor anything, who the hell took that automail (YES AUTOMAIL) and put it in his body???[/quote]
Don't know, don't care. I really don't think anybody did.
He was willing to that in the the first place.[/quote]
In the first place he was just trying to bind Al's soul to the armor. And they just took his arm for that.
XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDd I find funny how everytime someone shows up and says "you are wrong" and we tell him "prove it", instead of doing it they just say "You don't have any idea. And I know more about FMA than you" But actually, you can't prove a single thing.[/quote]
Well I did prove it. You are just too stubborn to overthink and overexplain everything.
And yes, I'm really having fun with some of your posts, otherwise, I wouldn't bother to unswer you.[/quote]
Great, cause I'm having a ball.
Hellooooooo???? It's explained how they need to understand what they are going to reconstruct, you know??????????????? Maybe you should see the anime again. Well, with the 1st episode and the first part would be enough.[/quote]
Yeah well I got those on DVD and just watched them recently, domo arigato.
[QUOTE]The Spider-man movies are more faithful to the spirit of Stan Lee's comics moreso than the comics they publish now.
And????? Any kind of problem with the word "Off-topic"????[/quote]
Nope. I have none.
XDDD Did you notice I'm a little tired about this? Sorry if I went too far in any point.
Didn't notice, because I thought you said you are having fun with this. Guess you are starting to "contradict" yourself, just like Bones animation.
hey, I like the part you say about "when you can't probe you say 'I know more about FMA than you' " XD[/QUOTE]
I like the part when you do XD and XDDDDDDDDD
[QUOTE]now I wonder why he writes in red... maybe he's turning red because or rage? XD[/QUOTE]
Not sure what's wrong with your computer, but I'm not writing in red. Where I am my text shows up as gray on the posts and the background is light-blue.