Alright , my preferences -opinions are debatable? You might have different ones and it’s ok , I didn’t say my opinion are facts , so there’s nothing to debate , I’m aware this manga is highly hated.
It's debatable to say it's "closer to Toriyama". Obviously in medium and visual sense that's true, but I would disagree that a lot of the writing feels like him. You can have whatever opinion you want, dude.
Your presentation is excellent, but I still don’t know clearly what’s your idea , Toei doing things by themselves, a new writer , ignore that this new manga arc is being created by toriyama and toyotaro together?
Every arc of the manga is created by Toriyama and Toyotaro together. We think they've been working together more, and there's plenty of evidence to that as there isn't an anime for Tori to multitask with, but if there was, I don't think they'd just be waiting around to get to adapting the manga.
prince212 wrote:I think you suppose that adapting the manga as a base stop the anime of creating some subplots or fillers , when that’s not necessary a thing to happen .
It wouldn't stop anime-original content from happening, but it would most certainly make it worse.
Toei's best additions to the series have been little character moments, continuity nods or just framing things in a more complex light. Throughout Super this has mostly happened when Toriyama's notes have been vague, which has certainly lead to some stupid moments too, but I appreciate what was done. That mostly goes away when they're held to the kind of writing the manga provides, and it forces them to lead the anime-only content in a more literal time-killing direction like most of Z's filler, which suuuuuucked.
No rush , let the manga work , let the anime production make a plan if so . I get your fears if an anime starts soon adaptating the manga , it’s soon for that , even if the broly thing is retelled
If it adapts the manga at all,
it will be too soon. I can GUARANTEE they would catch up, and would do so TWICE as fast as with the original series. The only conceivable way they could handle things would be to release the anime arc-by-arc, but there's a multitude of reasons why that would be risky, and the fact stands that they aren't going to do that in the first place so I see no point in discussing it.
I think the real answer here is that Toriyama
needs to take a more hands-on approach, both with making Toyotaro suck less (which, granted, this arc seems better starting out) and to keep the anime writers on the same page. Be in closer contact with whoever the series director is and have higher standards for your own series.