Is it that kind of thing where if you've read the original work, then tried to see a remake, you get disappointed b/c it's totally 'not right'?? Or is it something else? Just curious--I haven't seen the manga myself, and I actually saw the anime before reading the book It is definitely a different story; in a way it take Dumas' work the way one would tale maybe a myth or a legend, and does it's own version of the tale. (I'm posting this for you, Kushan, but also for anyone else who might be interested.)
Originally Posted by -KUSHAN-
But I can get that way, too, sometimes, seeing "remakes"--parts of the LotR movies bothered me (although overall I think a good job was done of them and I think Jackson did as good a job as could have been done by anyone) because I was so familiar with and loved the original.
Anyway. he anime is a little difficult to watch at first, owing to its artistic style, but I consider it among the best anime I have ever watched--of course, that's just my opinion :D