How come everyone in the anime is dead (except some) and they are (almost) all ok in the manga?
I only watched the anime, so i am just asking.
I really didn't like it.There are some characters i like for the voice acting. Others are not. I'll just keep an open mind for it.
I'm pleased to announce that Akame ga Kill! will get an English dub and is set to air on Toonami on August 8th, 2015, as noted by The Fandom Post.
Although this isn't a reliable source, I felt the need to inform the community in case someone tries to pass this out as a fact. Some rumors state that the anime will get a reboot after the manga reaches its conclusion. Again, don't take this as a fact.
That's all for this news announcement. Feel free to share your thoughts in the thread bellow and please respect people's opinions.
Hello all. (Skip the first paragraph if you are a tl;dr type of person.)
Let me start off by saying that I haven't read a single page of the manga...yet, and have only seen the anime series. But hopefully you won't hold that against me. After finishing the anime series I came to this wiki to check if the anime ending was actually canon and was delighted (and a bit confused and relieved) to see that it was not. However, after checking the History of the page I noticed that there was a bit of a "war" going on between the alive/deceased status from anime-only fans thinking that the anime status should be in the info box.
Proposition: change the names of "Filler Plot" tabs to "Anime Deviations".
Reason: I think this will clarify and educate any vistors to the wiki that only manga material is considered canon and thus only material from the manga should be displayed in the info box. There are many anime that follow the canon plot, but also have filler arcs. So for most anime fans "Filler Plot" would seem to indicate there was a portion of the anime that was filler material, when in actuality the link means "differences between the anime and manga versions."
Example: (If it hasn't been reverted yet) I edited the Tatsumi page as an example. What I did was simply change the tab name (which created a red link to the page "Tatsumi/Anime_Deviations" because of the tab template formating). Rather than copy all the info over (since it might be temporary, depending on the admins' decision) was to create that page (Anime_Deviations) as a REDIRECT to the "Tatsumi/Filler_Plot" page. After a few minutes of panicking because the link was still red, Wikia eventually caught up and now that tab is yellow with no problems going to the Filler Plot page. The result is that now the name better reflects the content of the page.
So, here are my questions to the admins and editing community:
Q1: Is the name change of the tab beneficial and does it serve the purpose for which it is intended?
Q2: Would you like editors (or just myself) to apply the change to other pages with the same tab label that also refers to a page about anime-only content?
Once those questions are answered I'll know whether or not ask a couple of other questions. (For example, my method of creating the page may not be the best. It was meant as a fix because the tab no longer went to the content that it had just moments before and I panicked. ~nervous half-laugh~ ) I understand the purpose and need of having uniformity of language and format of similar pages within a Wiki and hope I haven't disturbed this too much.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration of this matter.
P.S. I don't mind changing all the tabs by myself, if that is an issue. I'm recovering from surgery and have nothing but time (and physical therapy).
Many users have been coming here and editing character pages for Mine and Budo stating that they are dead. Yes they are dead in the anime, but they are still alive in the Manga. The Wikia follows the canon source which is the Manga as the main source for editing, therefore any deaths in the anime-only does not constitute to the canon source and will not be accepted. Thank you.
I was watching this series on Animeseason and now they have pulled out the series what is going on because I want to know the details of this, andd where can I find another site that shows this Anime.
its true and heres my source (http://www.mangahere.co/news/akame-ga-kiru-tv-anime-staff-revealed/)
Theres a big announcement being teased in ch44 for next month's issue of Akame Ga Kiru.
Looking forward to whatever it may be :)