Nabari No Ou
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About the series:
Rokujou Miharu was a seemly reluctant junior high student living in his own world. However, within him, lurked the ultimate power of Nabari*, “Omnipotent”. To possess such supreme weapon, the Wolf Pack of Iga* swore to bring Miharu back to Iga village. On the other hand, Miharu’s English teacher, Kumohira sensei*, and classmate, Kouichi, were the Banten* ninjas whose mission was to protect Miharu. A war waged over the ownership of “Omnipotent” thus started. To survive, Miharu must enter the hidden world Nabari, to become the king.
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Re: Nabari no Ou
Timcanpi offers direct downloads.
Another group doing this is DGT and both these groups are up to Vol 1 Chap 3.
Not sure whether is that what you want to know or you want an alternative downloading website.....let me know if I get it wrong
This manga is going way too underrated in my opinion. It has a fairly unique plot and characters are really impressive. Specially the main protagonist, great character. As far as I’ve read 2nd chapter of Volume 2, I really think this is going to be a nice one. Since the Anime is out already most likely people will start noticing it, hopefully.
SZJ scans have recently picked up some pace with scanlating NnO. Skipped to the 6th volume already... Dying to know what happened in the middle there....
Just got finished reading all 8 chapters that are out. It has the potential to be pretty good, though I barely understood what was going on in the first few chapters. Also I don't like the main character. A bit too 'indifferent' for this type of story. Demonoid has 4 episodes and they all seem to be well seeded, so I will check that out.
Last edited by CupofDice; May 07, 2008 at 07:30 PM.
Just saying from experience, since I've done some Nabari scanlations, the scanlator's website isn't really the only place you can find links...but we try to discourage distribution *cough cough*
Anyways, the fan base could use a bit of a boost, but it's a monthly instead of weekly shonen series which kind of puts it at a disadvantage. (Somehow, I feel like any series series in WSJ pretty much instantly gains popularity -.-;; )