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Interesting, I was able to order it at nippon-export.com ... and now it's not available there anymore ... did I get the last one
you can view NOCHE here:
so if the child is allen, who is the other person?
Allen himself, actually. Very philosophical, love that little pic much,
so what could this picture mean then? man every picture in DGM has some sort of meaning to it and some type of clue to the manga. really makes you want to know what the pictures mean.
Now, I am 99.4% that that's not what it is, but I am still 1.5% sure it is... But don't trust my reasoning right now..
It could possible show up in future chapters, who knows? Once the "Kanda" arc is over that is...
Now, for this.
Afte looking at the picture once again, I now think of it as this:
Young Allen was alone at the time, no one to be with him, no Mana, no one. The older Allen () could be their as a support, as a "You are not alone" (No Michael Jackson Reference.) figure in that picture.
I know for sure I didn't explain that how I wanted to!
Hopefully I'll get the words I wanted to say back...
Uh candy, not really. If we assume that, then every single color choice must also have a reason, etc, etc. She drew that pic probably just for fun and to show the symbolism of Allen looking upon his true self. A lot of her pics are for fun. The difficulty is trying to discern the meaningless easter eggs from the real thing.
Just got my copy of Noche in the mail. And it's amazing!!! It's cool to see it online and such but it's cooler to see it in the book form!
Does anyone have a working link to DL? Ah, never mind. Got it. http://sekijitsu.com/2010/03/01/d-gray-man-noche/
Last edited by ZERO PHOENIX; November 15, 2010 at 04:36 PM.
Could anyone translate the noche's talk room ? ._.'
I usually don't buy artbooks, but since DGM is my favorite series, I decided to support it by buying the artbook. I'm glad I did because the scans just don't do the pictures justice. Some of the pictures that I thought wasn't impressive were better in the artbook. The scans doesn't show how colorful some of the art work can be and some the images are split apart in the scans while in the artbook it is together, which gives you a better look at the picture.
It would be nice if someone does translate the talk room. It also looks like Hoshino comments on some to the pictures at the end. That would be interesting too.
I agree with you. I bought my artbook in july, and its so different of the scans. It's more beautiful and colorful.
^ I'm exactly with you guys. The scans do not do it justice. I thought it was amazing just scanned but when I saw the actual thing I was in aw, it's so beautiful. You don't get the full . . .experience from the scans. So if you haven't bought a copy yet, GET IT! It's amazing.
damn you people, i realy want to get my noche and look at it, but i cant becasue its back in my flat.
and yes, its so much prettier in book format than online.
its one of the best art books ive seen in a long time
geeeez! With everyone agreeing that it looks better than in scans, makes me want to get it!! But before that, what are the chances of Noche being translated to English, and possibly when? Preferably, i would like to get the translated version, but if the chaces are low and/or too long ways off, i'll just get it now... =3