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im new here and i hope it that is the right place to post my Question if not plz correct it,thx.
Ok here comes my question: I would like to ask you guys if anyone does know a site where i can see the next release dates of some MANGAS,
especially Tenjou Tenge (118), Gantz and Elfen Lied?
It would be great if someone could help me because i hate it to wait for the next chapter without knowing then it comes out.
Hmm.. I'm not sure about when Tenjou Tenge will be out monthly. It is a monthly series from Ultra Jump. I do read it, but I don't get it monthly every time it is out. So, I can't answer that.
As for Elfen Lied, it is completed. Ended with Volume 12, and it is already almost fully scanlated I think (I read the Japanese volumes, so I don't keep track with the scanlation). Check MangaUpdates for that.
EDIT: MU says Endless Abyss scanlated chapter 106. The next chapter (107) is the last chapter of the series.
But as for Gantz, we usually get the RAW around Wednesday or Thursday. Sometimes earlier, sometimes a bit late. Check HERE every week to keep track on it.
Last edited by bax; August 30, 2008 at 02:28 PM.
Ok thx for the information.
But im wondering because they are sometimes people who always knows the exact release dates of the next chapter.
It is really senseless why do the publisher cant give us exact release dates of the next chapter it seems so that they are releasing the next chapter if it is convenient to them.
Last edited by Mangasfreak; August 31, 2008 at 07:34 AM.
Ah actually, the magazines are out on certain fixed dates, although I'm not sure what the dates are ^^;;
Well, those are the magazines. Speaking of online RAWs, that is totally depends on availability of scanners.
If you want to know the release date, check the magazine first, e.g. look up a series at mangaupdates:
Than look up the magazine:Quote:
But that is no guaranty that someone will scan it on the release date. Groups that work regulary on a ongoing series have a regular schedule as well, often around two weeks after the magazine date for HQ releases. But that differs from group to group.Quote:
If you're interested in scanning yourself, the Japanese bookstores in Germany get the magazines a few days later. You can order them online and they'll ship it to you.
Last edited by eni; September 08, 2008 at 02:26 AM.