I hate when I come across interesting looking covers for series and such but no way to directly read it. (罪色の環 -リジャッジメント-) which from my brief time a series with suspense type plot and some fairly positive reviews on another jp site.
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Based on the premise and the character design of the cover, it looks like Tumiiro no Wa can easily adapt into a 12 episode series or a movie.
The light novel is the debut work of the author according to its Wiki page so it might be difficult to come across translations right now. Hopefully it will get well-received enough to reach a wider audience both in Japan and abroad.
I wonder if the rising status of Ken Nishikori will spark a new interest in tennis that would create another popular series to stand alongside PoT. Someone might as well take the opportunity now.
Thankfully the same is happening with Uta no Prince Sama Maji Love, and Ive been on the good end of that to keep getting lots of stuff as it comes. Best.
Is there really only Baby Steps and Prince of Tennis in the Tennis series market?
Hey everybody, I just have a quick question.
There is a series I'm looking to pick up, but all of the magazine scans of it are in pretty bad quality and it would take a lot more editing than should be necessary for me to release even one chapter. I am currently planning to purchase the collected volumes, but I wanted to ask this before hand.
I would have to debind the books to get a proper scan, correct? I like being able to physically touch all of my manga, so if this is the case than I want to purchase two copies of each (One copy to debind and scan, another copy to put on my shelf)
Also, what do you guys usually do with your debound copies once you are finished with them? do you just throw them away, do you hang on to them, or do you have anything neat you sometimes like to do? I'm trying to get some ideas of what I can use all of the pages for later on.
Hmmm... I can't think of any other examples where tennis was the theme.
If tennis becomes popular, it will most likely be because of Nishikori rather than any manga/anime. It's a different case from the popularity of Go when Hikaru no Go was published since there's no "star" so to speak... at least imo
Does anyone know if we have an "anime and manga childhood crush" thread? I think destiny4ever made one, but it seems it was not under such a name, or I might be wrong? I do think such a thread will be useful so if there is none I can make it, I already want to mention Lillymon as my childhood anime crush.
that's interesting. i had a ton of bishie crushes
This was the closest category I could find that supports my question, so if there's one that fits in more, please forgive me.
Anyway, I'm an absolute NOOB when it comes to manga. The only anime I've ever watched was Attack on Titan, and I've never read a manga before in my life.
I just finished reading the first five chapters in the Shingeki no Kyojin manga, and I just have one question.
Now, this is probably the stupidest question that you will ever hear regarding manga, and I apologize for that. Prepare to facepalm.
So...you see, while I was reading the manga chapters, I had some...trouble. You know when either two or more characters talk on one page at once, OR when a single character has multiple text bubbles coming from them? Well, how do you know what order to read the text bubbles in?
Yeah, idiot of the year right here, people. Me. But seriously. I can kinda figure it out by context because if I accidentally read it in the wrong order, it won't make sense. But I feel that it kinda ruins the experience that way.
Again, I'm an absolute noob at this stuff, so this probably made you laugh your head off. But some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!