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As long as I don't get overloaded with school, I'll keep at it. It's much easier to do than Asclepious, or however it's spelled, was.
okay uploading to here is hell if you lack a group.. mainly cause ya can't, so in the meantime:
*waits to upload*
man if anyone can explain how to get this site to let me upload with a new group or something... it'd help
blahbleeblooblah..... i mean seriously what is up with the whole group thing? it stops people doing one off scans, or ones where you're not yet named... or am i missing something?
or more accurately http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2goygd02i22
I think you have to join as a Scanlator first, right under the little section on the main page where the scanlations are shown.
I think anyway.
You can apply as a scanlator and upload instantly to MH. Registering just takes a few seconds.
The system is optimized for groups but standalone scanlators are welcomed as well, of course. You'll just have more functions than you actually need (adding members, ect).
But yeah, if you only want to do it irregular and there's a better quality alternative regularly than maybe it's not needed. There's some lonesome DGM scan by me in our former database as well and I certainly won't register for a handful of MQ chapters that are available as tank scans by now anyways >.>
On the other hand, if you plan to do it regularly nonetheless and maybe even with increasing quality as your experience increases, the scanlator account allows people to subscribe to your releases or generally get notified when a release for this particular series is out.
Last edited by eni; February 24, 2009 at 06:02 PM.
Wow 2 releases already, WSJ series are popular.......
After all the time spend burning the images :P, guess it's a waste to release a third version....
I love it already!
Finally a comedy series that appeals to me. (I've tried Gintama but it didn't stick :x )
The art is very familiar... so this guy was Iwashiro's assistant eh? For a second I thought that was Ageha and Amamiya :P
page 14, bottom right panel... I pissed my pants.
I'll definitely read this series!
Last edited by fxu; February 25, 2009 at 04:59 AM.
Weird (but awesome) to see fxu praising something other than Psyren!
I loved the first chapter myself. The funniest part (aside from Oga being Neuro with the delinquents in the first few pages) was definitely the friendly faces he tried to make that succeeded only in making him look creepier and creepier. I really like the humor here, and the premise is excellent, so I get the feeling it'll be a keeper.
And I thought the same thing, fxu & Noodles - the resemblances to Psyren's art are significant. Thankfully that's not a bad thing by any means!
phuuu finally got the chapter uploaded here!
i think what i'm enjoying most about this is that it's so hard to think what the next chapter will be..... i mean the two options i can think of aren't even that likely: his room/house/whatnot having to be made 'baby demon suitable' or how Oga climatises to having a demon baby around him all the time
Probably the funniest gag manga I've read since gintama.
i'm mainly having fun with the baby's sounds. no matter what the scene entails, the second he makes any noise i just crack up
I never stop and take a look at the new series these days, but I'm glad I did this week.
I only wait for two series every week to come out: One Piece and Bakuman. I'm definitely adding this one to the list.
I could easily tell right off the bat the relation to Psyren, and it looks like I kinda guessed it.
I'm saying this right now, this series has the best potential to become one of the big boys in Jump. I could be wrong, but if you think of all the possible outcomes this comedic drama can dish out, you'll probably think the same thing.
If it wasn't for mag scans I'd be scanlating this bad boy till the cows came home. lol. Thank you Noodles and squirrellord.
Plus, it passed one of the first trials for a successful manga, at least in my opinion: It explained the title of the series within the first volume (in this case, chapter). It ticks me off to no end when a manga goes on and on without explaining the title... Double Arts had that problem: "Double Arts" was important enough to be the title, yet we don't learn about it until the 3rd volume or so. Bakuman is doing the same... what's Bakuman? 26 chapters in and we still don't know.
Who's Beelzebub? Bamo, within the first 20 pages we know. (and if you want to say, "we don't know what One Piece is yet, they haven't found it"... true, but it was mentioned on the first page lol)