I think its becuase they were already doing the sequel series. I don't know if I'd take it as part of any future intention but It'd be nice if it was.
On the one hand addressing these sorts of pent up feelings sooner rather than later might be beneficial in the long run, but on the other hand it could also definitely screw her up if she can't deal with them properly.
I don't think it's going to end up being good for her since it's being framed by Hanako as maximizing her plays quality being the most important thing
I was concerned before this chapter but that knife panel pushes it to a new level. Hanako's nervous smile summed it up pretty well.
Apparently, things got to the point where the site in question plans on shutting down now (ANN Article).Irodori Comics CEO On Takahashi Criticizes [name redacted] Pirated Manga App
Interesting ANN article about the CEO of a new localization company basically putting a big manga pirate site on blast. And the series tweet seems to have garnered a lot of attention. I came across it a couple days ago and only had an auto-translation to rely on but Takahashi has since provided an English summary, linked in the article.
It's a shame manga piracy seems so widespread and overlooked. Hell, I felt like making a thread but then felt reluctant to because of the seemingly hypocritical approach to piracy on this site. We can't acknowledge doing it with games/movies/whatever, but we can basically do it with manga with no repercussion as long as we don't name our provider (not even sure I can keep the site's name in a news headline). Regular users do it, mods do it. No one straight up says "Series X - Chapter Y (illegal edition)" but when posts come before official release, we all know what's up. Even I've done it. In the past when I started using this site regularly I just read Jump stuff in Viz Jump then I started reading scans to participate in some threads. When I stopped using this site regularly, I also stopped reading scans but in the past few weeks I've gone back to reading them, with only having this series of tweet to thank for why I tried to just wait again this week.
There's a lot of manga out there, not all of them getting official international releases and fewer getting international releases of chapters on the same schedule as in Japan and even fewer having every chapter available legally through volumes/subscriptions (just this month when catching up on Yaiba, Act-Age and Jujutsu Kaisen, I had to read scans for the chapters that are in the big gaps of between available Viz chapters). But at least when it comes to keeping up with the latest Shonen Jump stuff, there's not even an excuse anymore considering the most recent chapters of SJ stuff are available for completely free in select countries on Viz and worldwide on Mangaplus, in English in both cases. And there are other manga from other magazines that get simulpub releases on other services, like Crunchyroll.
Anyway, please support the official release. Please buy volumes for manga you're a fan of if those are available in your country.
This sounds interesting. I'll have to check this one in mind. I watched the Blood Lad anime years ago and don't remember much but I think I liked it.Demon Tune Vol. 1 (ch. 1-4)
by Yuuki Kodama, Jump SQ
New shonen, yay! Really violent thematically, but trivialized for easier consumption, that's a bit eh. Otherwise it has some good potential. The setting has a cyberpunk feel with ninjas, fairies and demons (kind of) in a modern like world. The artstyle is simple but effective which I like a lot and the two MCs (a ninja boy Koyukimaru and a fairy girl Flan) are pretty good. The rest of the cast pretty standard. One character, Shinka, an agent of an FBI equivalent that deals with magic, is annoying. The story is about demon cells being injected into humans giving them special powers. Not a bad premise, however I have some doubts the manga can live up to the setups potential. Would definitely a nice surprise. So far it's definitely better than the author's previous work Blood Lad.
guess people over looked that it was a September 2018 post. Sad.
People in here have been bugging me to read it for years. I have to get around to it eventually...
I think it's a by-the-numbers Shounen but nowhere near as bad as a lot of the manga reading community make out. It's a bit like how it's popular to shit on bands like Nickleback or the Hobbit movie trilogy.
Honestly, I was the same. Then, I pushed my friend into buying the first volume and felt like I had to at least understand what all the fuss is about.
It's very good and if anything visually sumptuous. If you're into fantasy, I'd give it a read since there aren't that many chapters (like 30ish)
It looks gorgeous, and that's what got me to add it to my list a few years back. I have little interest in anime, so I'll keep the manga in mind. Thanks!It's very good and if anything visually sumptuous. If you're into fantasy, I'd give it a read since there aren't that many chapters (like 30ish)
I heard there's gonna be an anime but this falls under the Berserk and Welcome to Ballroom category of "the anime cant do the manga visuals justice"