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Nurarihyon no Mago has been licensed in english!! The first volume is listed at Amazon by Viz for an February release. They really liked giving it an original title just like in the anime. It's not the same as Grandson of Mago but as long as I can buy this, I'm happy.
I couldn't care less about stuff released in the US... but I guess that's good.
Since at most two people of the staff of Shinratensei are from the US, we won't quit scanlating it ^^
(Now let's see if it's released in Spanish anytime soon)
I would like to say that Viz has yet to make a confirmation that they indeed have the NuraMago manga license. I think they'll make an announcement soon.
It's already out in my language up to volume 9. If they can catch up, I'll probably be interest. If not, then, probably not.
well i hope this manga is released in my country too i really want to collect the book because of the cover lol
I'll definitely be picking up the official volumes as they come out. I figured Viz would be licensing the series soon since they've been simulcasting the anime. I'll be interested to see if they include any translation or culture notes for this title. Del Rey does that all the time, but Viz doesn't usually include that stuff. It could be useful for this series, though.
Don't hold your breath bellcrossage. Viz has yet to make an announcement for Psyren, yet we've known about it's license since April, and we even know what the english cover looks like. Simon & Schuster have both vol 1 and 2 listed. You can't be a ordinary person to list books on this website. Viz does a good job with translator notes, they might add more english translated words than keeping the japanese words, we will see.
Great news for NuraMago fans. I predict that once a volume is available to buy a hard copy they will remove the chapters from the website. They do the same thing with Rinne. They will be around 3 years behind unless the do an overall of releases. It's still nice to see a series grow world wide.Originally Posted by ANN