10 Reasons Why Watching Anime Is Better Than Reading Manga
I strongly prefer reading manga to watching anime. Mixture of both. I still plan on watching stuff like Hell's Paradise, Demon Slayer and Kaiju no 8 even though am done or up to date with their mangas. Simply because the studios involved or tired to be involved (mappa, ufotable and bones) would find a way to make the work even better.
If you like naruto and want to watch fillers, watch anime. Then you will get more fun out of it;) If you want to finish Naruto as fast you can and get the story, without any fillers, go for the manga, but if you wanna waste your time and enjoy the story with proper effects, go for the anime.
There are some pros with watching anime and reading manga. You will be caught in the theme of the music and it drives the emotion of the scene which makes the anime more beautiful than to read manga. Yes there are pros with the manga too.
Some of them are good but most of them are boring. And in popular anime like Naruto has well over 25% of all episodes are fillers. And thirdly you can read a manga chapter quicker than watch an anime episode. This would allow you to save time.
Anime has created some of the best music - from dramatic orchestral tunes to lighthearted pop tracks. Watching a fight scene or a death scene is much more impactful for fans who have the right music playing alongside it. It's harder for a manga to evoke the same emotions when anime fans have to read the content instead of experiencing it.
Anime is well-known for its fantastical animation. It's one thing to read about a story, but it's completely different to see it in motion. Series like Jujutsu Kaisen, Violet Evergarden, and Your Lie In April have breathtaking visuals that truly capture the spirit of the manga.
When it comes to dialogue, there is only so much a manga can do to get the character's tone across. No matter how much punctuation is added, the emotions don't feel as real until they're heard.
Mangas require a lot less reading than other books. The majority of a story is visual with speech bubbles to help fans understand the plot. For those who aren't a fan of reading or struggle with reading, watching anime allows them to experience the story.
There's nothing like seeing a great manga get transformed when animation, music, and vibrant colors are added. Color imagery gives a new level of character understanding by introducing the colors of the character's hair, eyes, and clothing. The vibrant blue of Gojo's eyes in Jujutsu Kaisen is incredible when shown in full color.
Anime openings are one of the best parts of watching anime. The opening sets the tone for the series and showcases songs. Despite being aired in the '90s, fans still talk about how great the opening to Cowboy Bebop is.
Anime and manga are loved by fans all over the world. It stands to reason that some fans will have trouble pronouncing names and locations. The majority of manga and anime is Japanese, and these places/names deserve their correct pronunciation.