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I also started over 2 years ago! Have to admit until like chapter 40 and the girst time Rai used mind control I was about to drop it. Glad I didnt
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I think it's derived from trailer for season 3 (or 4? I have quite a mess in them ) of a manhwa. But it was mistaken for an anime ...
They are official. A teaser was released for Season 3 books which most of you have seen. The videos I posted are the ones available when you purchase the books.
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Naver is considering publishing its webtoons in other languages:
Well I just talked with Son Je-ho and Lee Gwang-su at the Frankfurt Fair. They were really nice guys, especially Je-ho was was incredibly friendly and asked me lots of questions After asking them, they told me that they want to release Noblesse with english text as well, as soon as possible \o/
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Some pictures of the two and more will follow later
I really hope Naver does releases in English too. Series like Noblesse and ToG could do so well. Especially if they created an ipad app or something. I know I have several friends who would immediately become more interested. Mainly because, among comics fans in the United States, manga and fantranslations seem to carry a certain stigma that webtoons don't. They sort of expect that kind of thing to be like One Piece or something (And to be fair, a pretty large portion of it is).
English webtoons are viewed differently here. More like indie comics. Which gives them an irrational boost among most of the western comic fans I know.
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Share the pics please! Please tell every little detail!
Even though I always got there 30 minutes early, there already was a big amount of people. I was the 21 person to get my Tog/God of Highschool books signed (prolly took 45 minutes) and the 57 person to get my Noblesse book signed (waited freaking one and a half hours but worth it). So yeah, I think you can imagine that the event was quite popular on both sides.
Btw one of the girls interviewed (I have a pic of her too), told the station that she read part of Noblesse on the web and I was like "Goddamn, not good". I was really careful with what I told SIU and Je-ho and people like her could create some trouble. Korean's didn't seem all that pleased either, but they only talked about it in korean, so who knows what exactly they thought about it. They definitely knew about it to some extent, because the interviewer especially asked if she reads it on the net.
And I think there is quite some potential, yeah. They seem to be seriously interested to translate their works, so we can expect something I believe.
offical english scanlation site of their very own. With that in mind it should all work out.
All the scanlators have been very supportive of the series, so I have to imagine that if when the Naver Webtoon gets starts doing current releases EGS and MangaCow will likely taper off releases anyhow. So it's probably going to become a moot point fairly soon.