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Well, who knows when the raws will surface :\
Oh dear, the wait shall be excruciating.
Oh, okay that makes sense.
i was wondering if anyone knew where i could get more scans of crimson heart ouji... i cant find them anywhere... and im translating it, of i've done ch7 and 12... thanks in advanced
Soul Eater #51 : http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=GB3UBGOJ
I love nyou like a chinchilla loves his raisins!
The Gan gan Square Enix site has changed the featured issue, so the raws for chapter 52 should surface soon.
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Does anyone have 'Doubt' chapter 14 RAW?
anyone know when soul eater 52 HQ raw will come out?
Any day now, I suppose.
Thanks a lot for this post! I was curious if I should buy this magazine when I saw it in stores since there are a few series that I enjoy and is in serialization. Its not as expensive as some of the other Square Enix mags (though it has risen) and of course, is pretty popular X33!
But I was wondering, how are the pages in the mag? Easy to scan? Or do people just rip them out anyways?
Haha...Manga magazines are really not that hard to rip out. For one thing, the glue isn't as thick compared to tankoubons. The stuff nearer to the beginning and the end of the magazine tends to be harder to remove, but in general, you only need to bend the mag at the spine all the way and just pull out the pages that you want (you don't really need to debind the entire magazine, unless you're scanning most of the pages or the entire issue), not one by one though, pull out about 10-15 pages at a time, then separate them one by one after you've pulled out the pages.
Occasionally it's a bit harder to pull out cause the glue is at the page's spine, so you got to thread carefully. This is normally the case with stuff that are closer to the beginning or the end of the magazine.
Oh BTW, I find debinding with the hairdryer or iron to melt the glue then pull out the pages a better method than cutting it...