i hope your right. but no excuses for fucking up the colours. and they better not change spines half way through publishing or ill send them sht in a box for a month
What colors did they mess up? I don't usually pay enough attention to notice these things.
He's talking about the title 'Bakuman', they added in the blue fading it to black. Not really surprising coming from Viz. They like to make their volumes colorful and have themes. I'm sure vol 2 will have a different color. I can overlook this small change, I'm just glad they didn't put a huge stamp in the middle like they do with others in their shonen jump advanced section.
That isn't a big deal lol I'm just glad they releasing it. They do like color themes but they kept the format which is nice. Plus, I'm sure the translation will be great minus cursing and what-not.
viz translations are always superb. for anyone criticisng them you are an idiot. 20 translators all checking eachother and finding what fits. weekly scan trans have nothing on these.
Last edited by Akiyama; January 14, 2010 at 08:07 AM. Reason: added info
mm tezuka. kinda pointless though theyll sell it with a tag saying 'the makers of astro boy' and unfortunetly tezuka isnt that popular now atleast his original works arent its nice to see there trying to make him popular again thanks austin
Viz - some things already posted, but now with links that contain descriptions.
Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 1 6/1/2010
Toriko, Vol. 1 6/1/2010
Afterschool Charisma , Vol. 1 6/15/2010
Dengeki Daisy , Vol. 1 7/6/2010
Hyde & Closer, Vol. 1 7/13/2010
Gente, Vol. 1 7/20/2010
Viz is going to release Cross Game!!!
Last edited by Akiyama; March 18, 2010 at 10:00 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
It's about time Adachi got an international release. One of the defining modern mangaka, I can't believe it took this long.
Holy crap, Adachi's finally getting released here, I may actually have to support that release (meaning, I may actually buy it ).
Not only is it great that they are finally putting out some Adachi manga (hopes for more), but the best part is that this means they haven't given up on releasing sports manga!!!!!! Huzzah!
Fantagraphics has announced they will begin a line of manga. They will begin this fall with a Drunken Dream a collection of short stories spanning from 1971-2007 by shojo pioneer Hagio Moto. Hourou Musuko (Wandering Son) will follow before the end of the year.