Except the anime shows he very clearly jumped and it's not at all contradicted by the manga? Not to mention Araki actually had some supervising roles for the Part 5 anime opposed to previous parts.
Hell, I'd be against using the anime even if it did change the background, I like sticking to the manga. Only reason why I'm on board with it here is because 1. It's a real structure, it's not made up, you could even go see it yourself if you go to Italy (And I'm not talking about the colosseum as a whole, even the thing he jumps on exists irl). So whatever is more consistent is more accurate (And the manga is all over, it ranges from unrealistically small, to unrealistically big within panels of each other).It's mostly that case. The anime never changed the story except expand the backgrounds and what the manga never said.
There isn't a issue. He simply didn't climb it. Unless he's suddenly Spiderman and can climb 90 degree vertical surfaces without aid and at such a speed it's played out to have happened within a mere sentence, which isn't the case needless to say.What about this issue?
I mean, there are bricks, it's perfectly feasible to climb that.
Okay. I think that this can probably be applied then.There isn't a issue. He simply didn't climb it. Unless he's suddenly Spiderman and can climb 90 degree vertical surfaces without aid and at such a speed it's played out to have happened within a mere sentence, which isn't the case needless to say.
Not that it really matters, anime shows how he got up there, and he jumped, which is consistent with what do we know with the manga, there's no contradiction in play here and the Part 5 anime isn't exactly one for filler and what little things to get added, have a precedent of being canon scenes that Araki had involvement in, so either way. (And the only thing added in this entire sequence is showing he got up there, which is a jump that doesn't even take up a second of screentime).
Yes and no? It happened, but off panel. The anime just shows the fact he jumped to get atop there, though the manga skips the jump and shows him on top gathering his ground when the chapter starts.Was this in the manga?