It's okay if the character's mouths are o: rather than O: to show that they are mumbling or not shouting. However, it becomes really strange when the characters are talking when their mouths are |:.
Nevertheless I didn't notice it until recently so I guess it's something where you don't see something until someone points it out (for me, anyway).
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Does anybody know somewhere that I can read manga (specifically One Piece and Naruto) online in its raw Japanese form? Ironically it's much harder to find that than the translated stuff.
Sorry if there's already a thread about this, but I couldn't find it using search.
EDIT: Oh, and preferably something that's released at the same time as the scanlations.
this is the only site ı know to have raw of some famous manga. maybe if you are fast enough they may have them raw.
Normally it's quite difficult - or probably almost impossible - to find raws for One Piece or Naruto almost at the same time with scanlations since most group are using private raw sources. Public raws usually pop up 1-2 days after the usual scanlation release, though. If we're talking about Manga other than Naruto and One Piece, maybe you could find early raws since the scanlation are probably not as rapid as both of those Manga.
Here in my country, Spain, back in 90's, there was released a manga about mermaids:
Yukemuri Ningyo Hime (湯けむり人形姫 ) by konami chiba, it was very funny and good.
It seems like it hasnt been released in any other country before, only Japan and Spain, but I cant believe it!
Here you've got pics and info about it:
The complete series is only 3 tankobon, but in spain there was published only the first one using the american comic book format, then it was cancelled.
I would like to know if there was released on others countries. Does anyone knows anything about it?
When are the results for the awards gonna get announced?
Hi there. I just want to invite you to the Collective Reading of Classic Manga Project. We are voting now to select one of these classic comics to be read with all who wants to participate.
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(Re)reading classic literature is part of our current education and life on society. Why not (re)reading classic comics?
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Not sure where to post this, but I'm looking for a place to list non English updates for manga series? My team knows a few languages and is working on A Vietnamese, German, and Spanish series, to name a few, and as we add more translators we could soon work on under served, obscure languages. but Baka updates only lists English releases, so what can we do?
Where do I announce non English updates in obscure languages?
Batoto actually lists non-english releases. MH used to do it too, not sure if we still update releases here.
Depends on if they want to find a list, or add releases themselves. Batoto only allows registered scanlation group members to add new chapters. If they are not members of the scanlation group, they will not be able to add their chapters at Batoto.