Osamake author criticizes Doga Kobo studio for dirty adaptation

Osamake Author Criticizes Doga Kobo Studio For Dirty Adaptation Osamake Author Criticizes Doga Kobo Studio For Dirty Adaptation

Do you remember the anime Osamake? If not, it’s that anime about a childhood friend who refuses to lose to the other girl over the guy she likes.

When the light novel debuted it was a huge success and sold a lot by its standards, having reprints and was talked about a lot here, so much so that it got a quick anime.

However, the anime was a disaster in terms of animation, the studio that adapted Osamake is Doga Kobo, the same as Oshi no Ko, which was very well animated.

Osamake Author Criticizes Doga Kobo Studio For Dirty Adaptation

Osamake author criticizes Doga Kobo studio for dirty adaptation

So, behold, Shuiichi Nimaru, the author of Osamake, went to his profile to criticize Doga Koba, he doesn’t even mention the studio by name, but everyone knows that it was Doga Kobo who adapted his series.

Osamake Author Criticizes Doga Kobo Studio For Dirty Adaptation

Basically Shuiichi Nimaru commented on a publication about the anime “Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi”, also animated by Doga Kobo and doesn’t have bad animation.

Nimaru said that as the author, he had difficulty watching more 4 episodes of Osamake and he says he suffered from writer’s block for 6 months due to great disappointment you had with the animeHe also reveals that he sank into alcohol, drinking a lot.

And now comes perhaps the most shocking fact of how a bad adaptation can influence the original material, he says that before the anime, only the first volume of the light novel had 19 reprints in 22 months, totaling 54 reprints for all volumes, but after the anime was broadcast, the Novel volumes were no longer reprinted! Indicating that people are no longer buying like they used to.

Osamake Author Criticizes Doga Kobo Studio For Dirty Adaptation

And there’s more, throwing gasoline on the fire, some fans raised a fact, could Roshidere end up suffering the same fate as Osamake? Remembering that Roshidere is one of the most popular light novels today.

So if the adaptation is bad, it could influence the sales of the light novel, as the author of Osamake is saying what happened with his work because of the adaptation that Doga Kobo made.

Doga Kobo prioritized the release of its original anime for the next season, “Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai” and Roshidere was postponed until July.

Roshidere Anime Reveals Staff And Visual

The question that was asked is, will Doga Kobo prioritize Roshidere or the second season of Oshi no Ko which is already a success and is also scheduled to debut in July. Will the studio be able to adapt both animes?

via Otakomu

In this post:
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments