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Has anyone read this Gamma manga and could share his opinion with us?
Guys seems like d gray man is on "hiatus" again... A note on sq about DGM was saying that they were sorry that the chapter wasn't on the magazine and that they don't know if in the next issue it will be there... So it's kinda like a "hiatus"
Just look at the DGM hangout forum and see the image... Thanks tgirl and verduister for the translations
Last edited by Niko_kun; March 01, 2013 at 09:16 PM.
it's up on a-z manga I believe, but you might have to download the whole issue.
... and naturally I don't condone such behaviour *whistles surreptitiously*
Of course. *Shifty eyes.* I'll just not go there and get the raw. Yup.
so binbougami end is near. can't say it was clear or not to see coming. binbougami was since the beginning episodic and spontaneous, because the mangaka didn't know what to do next. kinda like full metal alchemist in which everything work out fine in the end. i hope he tries to plan the next series more carefully at the beginning. since binbougami was good enough to entertain me.
Really like Gamma. The story with superheroes losing their powers eventually is also quite interesting. I also like the kitchen sink setting, with the heroes being either a superpowered humans like those from marvel and DC, magical girl, or giant heroes. The giant hero in the first chapter is clearly a tribute to Ultraman right up to his name (Alturoman).
The main characters are good and it's been a while since I read a series where the protagonists are sisters, usually it's brothers, a breath of fresh air for me. Really hope the series will become a success and won't be axed. This, Owari no Seraph and Nanatsu no Taizai are the best new shonen series I've read.
I don't need to worry about the other two being axed for a while, considering both are popular enough. Owari no Seraph's sales are quite good for a new series and the light novel sales are also quite a good, it's even got four color pages and two covers in just seven chapters. I hope this one will be a hit, too.
Last edited by Koshi_Inaba; March 15, 2013 at 09:17 PM.
To Love Darkness will have a new anime. More information in Jump Sq may issue (04/04).
Jump SQ #05/2013 cover LQ.
#07 (04/06) :
Karegashi Tsuchiya / Valvrave the Liberator (New Serie).
Jump SQ #05 (04/04):Quote:
1/11 Juuichi Bun no Ichi (Lead Color Page, New Series, Part II, 56 pg.)
Ao no Exorcist
Gamma (Color Page)
Owari no Seraph
Shin Tennis no Oujisama (Color Page)
Kono Oto Tomare!
Hentai Kamen (Color Page, One Shot)
Tarento Bousouki Koppy
Ikusaba Animation (Color Page)
Gag Manga Biyori
Rosario to Vampire - Season II
Rurouni Kenshin -Kinema-ban-
To Love-Ru Darkness (Cover & Color Page)
Boku to Majo no Jikan
Teiichi no Kuni
Parman no Jounetsuteki na Hibi
Yae no Sakura (Color Page)
Boku no Manga
Gate 7 (Absent)
Cover: Te to Kuchi & Mario
Lead CP: Te to Kuchi by Mizuki Kawashita & Osaki Tomohito (New Series)
CP: Owari no Seraph, Tegami Bachi, Kono Oto Tomare!, Mario (One Shot by Masashi Kishimoto), Moon Walker LTD (One Shot by Takeshi Konomi)
Last edited by Oberon; March 30, 2013 at 08:44 AM. Reason: Additional info
I can see that Jun Ogino, mangaka of Gamma is a big superhero fan. He's talking about Ironman 3 and the Hulkbuster suit in the TOC's author comment secton
Is any group gonna pick Tegami Bachi?
It used to be one of my favorite series...sad to see it not being scanlated anymore.
SERIOUSLY????!!!! No D. Gray-man chapter??? again?! I will die, i really miss DGM