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The first chapter was really good but now I (and I think everyone and the manga itself) need confirmation. I don't agree with the people saying this will be a 100% gag manga. I think this one has the elements to become something like mx0 (its start reminded me of it in a similar way) - kinda exceptional in jump landscape but very awesome: genre mixed manga (and mark my words it's going to be like that and I am going to love this so muuuuuuucccchhhh)
Last edited by Koen; February 26, 2009 at 05:54 AM.
I like the girl's look, so I'm going to follow this one xD.
Now all I hope is a more constant drawing, and I am happy .
just reading the first chapter, at first i thought this was just another delinquent manga, and the story oga said to his friend was a joke, or he make some kind of gag manga or something. but it turns out to be hilarious with the demon baby and all hihi... hope it will survive in WSJ. I like it ^^
remind me of gash =.=;; ...especially the "thundering"
i love this one.. laugh my ass out here.. i hope this will be a long series..
A nice story! I'll follow this >''<
Haha, looks like an awesome series. Read the first chapter and absolutely loved it.
This series looks pretty cool so far. I hope it stays on track and doesn't turn stupid.
Right now I lilalike it. If it keeps getting better it will be 'whoaaa'.
Ha, I got hooked on this after only two chapters :P I hope it will gain popularity and be continued
I might have the 2nd trans up tonight, or tomorrow. Just depends how much PC time I get (a friend is coming over, one who will probably force my off my computer so he can play Left 4 Dead for 12 hours straight)
2nd chapter looks just as awesome as the first, how nice for me. and looking forward to it SL!
A note about the nanny's name because I find it extremely fitting for her:
Hildegard is a traditionally (horrible old fashioned >.>) German name, meaning battle/fight (Hilde/Hilda, from older 'Hiltia') and protection (Gard/Gart, literally meaning the enclosure that protect one's land; the word went as 'garden' and 'yard' into modern English). If you're a Tolkien fan, you may recognize Isengard which uses the very same word in combination with 'Isen' (ooold German word for 'iron').
So the name basically means something like (female) guarding warrior.
And now you can shut down the PC and brag about how much you learn through manga
Last edited by eni; February 28, 2009 at 06:29 PM.
thanks for more details on that eni, much appreciated! explains why it becomes hilda when shortened too
and what a wonderfully appropriate name for her role too!
*Adds this to the whole 'things i'd never know without a forum as diverse as this' list... which is bigger than the 'things i know myself' list by a good mile now ¬_¬*
This manga is great... Those faces, those characters, the story, etc it's just great. It's not easy for me to love comedy manga (not only manga but I like comedy as a minor part of something complete) but this proves the opposite. Chapter 2 confirms chapter 1... This is good