What is an anime storyline?
Same thing as a basic storyline to any given story, it must have a begining and middle and an end, and most if not all loose ends must be tied up some how, there has to be the bases of the story that is being told regardless how trivial.
This would be a bit of a personal preference kind of thing. I personally thought they did a great job in the anime with the art work and music; also the storyline was very closely followed with according to the manga- which is the true storyline- and the character development was spot on. Personally I would say that watch the anime if you would like a more visual and colourful telling of the story, but…
For the Pokemon anime cartoons do you need to watch the movies to understand what is going on with the episodes?
no that is the end of the series it is like a mini saga, which sucks because that anime is dope. but if your lookin for a site that has great anime and it very VERY upto date then check animecrazy.net it has everything new and old But their is more to the story sadly there is no more anime but in the manga version it has a complete storyline.
To the best of my knowledge, I'm guessing you are talking about the anime. Well, the manga hasn't been canceled and is still going strong. The anime wasn't canceled, they just don't continue the anime as long as the manga. Most of the times in ends differently and the storyline is quite different. So, it wasn't canceled, it ended.
For the first Fullmetal Alchemist anime there is only the follow up movie, Conqueror and Shambala, that concludes the storyline. For the second Fullmetal Alchemist anime, FMA: Brotherhood, there may be a movie released in 2011, though the plot isn't fully known yet and doesn't appear to be a follow-up of the series end.
No, there is currently only 26 episodes of Strawberry Panic! If you want more storyline, the manga might have more material. Most anime have 13 or 26 episodes because there are 13 weeks in each broadcast season in Japan. Anime that runs for the whole year will have 50-52 episodes. It doesn't matter if the manga is longer, typically the anime is shorter.
The anime series was never canceled, instead they had to cut it short and postpone further episodes so that the manga could continue and create more of a storyline. The anime also had to create an ending for the series which doesnt appear in the manga, however there has been talk of a second season being produced. I guess that's what happens when an anime overides it's manga.
There's supposed to be an ova and a movie coming out or so they say. Apparently the movie is supposed to come out this year sometime. During the last Anime Expo which I attended, they showed a trailer saying it to be original with some new characters. The storyline itself is original but based on the anime. As for the OVA, as far as I am concerned; that is still a rumor.
Usually not. The anime rules are based on the TCG and OCG rulings; however, it is usually changed in order to fit the anime storyline. More often than not, the anime will alter card effects, in favor of the protagonist so that he/she will win the Duel in a "flashy" comeback in tight situations, no matter how impossible it would be in the real game.
Loveless (This is sometimes a hit-or-miss anime for some viewers, but the artwork is gorgeous, the storyline is pretty good. The biggest thing is the relationship between Soubi and Ritsuka, which frightens some people) -Gravitation (Very popular Shonen-ai, cute storyline) -No. 6 (Though not explicitly labeled as a "shonen-ai" it can still be considered one because of the relationship between Shion and Nezumi-Not the best anime out there, because the plot does fall through in…