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Well, I'd like to see whatever happens with Raiku now... I'm planning on scanlating whatever he comes out with. It's odd that there's gonna be a Gash poster though, I'd think he'd be promoting his new series... The one with no name but has 5 katakanas and ends with Tsu.
Oh wait, that probably just means he's THE AUTHOR OF Konjiki no Gash. Not that that's on the poster.
Last edited by kewl0210; February 28, 2009 at 06:30 PM.
Wherever he ends up it will be interesting. Kodansha gives so much more freedom to mangaka. A wise choice by Raiku.
With that said, let the countdown to his next series begin...
As for what "the poster" is, I noticed that while they've been celebrating for the last year, the actual "50th anniversary" for both Sunday and Magazine is March 17th...and this issue comes out the closest to it. If the poster is somehow tied to the Magazine anniversary and Raiku is doing it...well, considering how Gash ran in Sunday, it could lead to strange feelings.
Nice, an actual series on the cover. Nothing against idols, but every once in a while having manga on the cover is cool.
-Brass Boy (new series, cp)
I like the look of Brass Boy; it seems the type of series that the other weekly shonen magazines wouldn't touch.
Come on KC/WSM, give Air Gear a couple colour pages and the rest will be history.
Seems the poster was just Raiku celebrating with the magazine....lets see where this will take him though.
Masshu go! Has some pretty nice art, something about the fuzziness of the lines and such. (needs to stop looking at series as I've got enough to translate.)
Wow, impressed. Raiku doing a bunch of Mag boxers (Joe and Ippo are obvious, dunno the others) is a nice pic...and I didn't expect we're getting another next week with Inoue. (probably may be another sport since I doubt it's basketball)
-Masshu Go!! (new series, cp)
-Absent: Air Gear, Tsubasa, Shibatora
Raiku said in his blog there would be two more such posters in the next two issues celebrating magazine's 50's year.