Annoyingly enough, I actually can't really do anything on weekends since I'm only in the dorms during the week, I go home Thursday nights. My job is a Friday-only thing, too. I guess I could try and get back to the city early on Sunday some time, but Saturday's a no-go for religious reasons. I think I might be one of, if not the only orthodox Jewish scanlator... Anyway, weekdays are usually easier for me. Yay for screwed-up schedules.
Ah. Yeah I have a buddy who's an orthodox Jew so I know how that is. Well I'm sure we could do something on the weekday sometime too. Sadly it's easier for me to get around on Friday-Sun than the rest of the week. Though I could swing a Monday....I dunno. I don't have much of anything going on since I'm religiously without a religion or friends or a significant other (by choice mind you. Born to die alone and such.) Yet I'm ironically sponsoring a hookup.....er....
...Lets quit the offtopic spiral. This sucks, I can't find anything other than Ueki in sets on Amazon. I'll try Takkoku next I guess. I'm glad I got Astral Engine at least. I think I now officially own everything Nakayama has ever drawn. (Well I will once I get the AE in the mail.)
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Re: Where to buy Japanese manga
Originally Posted by Bomber D Rufi
I've sold most of my old video games so...yeah. Still 10 percent off isn't bad at all.
Bit of a late reply, but I just went there today and according to the flyers all over the store, the list of things you can sell there now includes headphones, cameras, toasters, blenders, and rice cookers. So... might not be totally out of luck if you don't have any games yet, although I have quite literally no clue why anyone would bring a toaster into a bookstore.