Most anime is an animated adaptation of a manga, Japanese comic book, that came before it. I know that there are several anime without a manga.
Beat me to it. The manga goes on for several more books that contain some very important information to the plot including a lot of beautiful messages about love and family.
There are some differences that were not included in the manga, making the anime just a little confusing. The following list are some of the arbitrarily selected as recognizable names from a more complete list featured on the TVTropes article "Anime First": It seems that I may be of little help to you, but there is a manga currently ongoing and the anime is ahead of both the spin off and the ongoing series.
Unlike many of the series on this list, FLCL is the only one where the anime actually came out before the manga. Keep an eye on your inbox. Website for moms seeking advice, community, and entertainment.
It means that anime is actually a vehicle to boost the sales of manga and related franchise merchandise.
That's unclear in the question. Has an anime ever come out before the manga was published?
There is some debate as to whether non-Japanese cartoons qualify as anime. Making a show suddenly becomes lucrative once you figure in things like new merchandise character Image Song and soundtracks, most noticeably which pays for the show. But while this strategy can be great for some series in Japan, it also results in some oddities that confuse English-language fans.
Normally, such a large change would lead to more filler and therefor a lot more upset fan. Listen Shop Insiders.
Perhaps the biggest injustice is that Blue Exorcist has not continued as an anime, whereas the manga is still very much alive.
In Japan, however, the strategy can be extremely effective.