Due to various reasons, there are so many canceled anime before they could actually tell the full story.
Actually some of these anime are great and recognized by most anime fans, do we have the chance to watch the reboot of these anime series?
10. Rave Master
Hiro Mashima’s Rave Master made it huge with Fairy Tail. Now, the manga is very good and survived for 35 volumes, but the anime version was a wreck.
Studio Deen butchered the storyline and characters, as well as the variation, was canceled after 51 episodes because of low audiences and low phonograph record sales.
Dark, disturbing, and astonishingly witty. Gantz perhaps focused on nudity and gore, but it dives into the human head.
Gonzo manages to do a decent job animating the very first three arcs, but had to contain a filler arc closing that is harried due to the slow launch program of the manga.
What’s there not to love about Baccano!? Innovative Prohibition setting, amusing storyline, and the strange cast will consistently make Baccano! a fan favorite.
Sadly, the anime was intended to go really on more than 16 episodes. Possibly Japanese audience did not enjoy the out-of-sequence storytelling, or could not get into the setting, but the show was canceled with some plot lines dangling.
7. Vampire Knight
Vampire Knight did it better, although vampires and love stories are not just new. The characters had their own motivations, the comedy was amusing, and Hanabusa Aido is one cool guy.
Fans of the anime were stuck in the cold following the variation stopped in 26 episodes in 2008, although the manga was completed in 2013.
We’ll hold out hope for a remake, although it’s dubious that any more stuff will be animated.
CLAMP are the masters of creating universes that are exceptional, but never really ending them. X/1999 was intended to be a 21 volume narrative, but CLAMP stopped at volume 18 on a huge cliffhanger.
It’s been 13 years since volume 18 was released, we desire close CLAMP!
5. Deadman Wonderland
Oh man, talk about a poor variation. The show removed significant characters from the narrative and was dashed many plot points.
Manglobe did a decent enough job animating the bloody actions in Deadman Wonderland, but this is all the praise it can get.
That cliffhanger ending merely sticks more.
4. Fruits Basket
Fruits Basket was the unlucky casualty of creative differences between Studio Deen and manga originator Natsuki Takaya.
Since she was damage with a wrist injury that prevented her from working on manga Natsuki, manage the large part of the anime variation.
Supposedly she vowed that a second season would never be made as long as Studio Deen has the animation rights to the show, and would butt heads with the director that is anime.
3. Bubblegum Crisis
With it is apparent effects of The Terminator, Blade Runner, and Streets of Fire, the show is everything you loved from the ’80s.
Cyberpunk, neo-noir, and rock were blended to make an intriguing narrative, but it was cut short due to internal politics between the two businesses which were making the show.
8 of the 13 episodes that were planned were created, following the Knight Sabers get updated power suits, plus it merely finishes.
2. Ranma 1/2
Rumiko Takahashi has created some the very precious manga series in history.
It is just natural that her works would be adapted into anime, but sadly many are cut short because of their substantial span.
Deen had to settle on a filler finish working on 143 episodes. After but although 1/2 is Rumiko’s best-selling manga series, pity the entire storyline was not accommodated.
1. Slam Dunk
Slam Dunk was clearly one of the very famous anime in Europe and Asia throughout the ’90s. The poetry slam jamming actions and character driven minutes were all quite amusing.
Nevertheless, the anime was stopped by Toei Animation at 101 episodes, right before the Nationals arc.
What a pity!