other subforums... I just feel that Bakushouden Victory is a manga by Takeshi Tamai and the anime is called Bakugaiden.. For the prequel work, the "original" Bakushouden was written by Koichi Mitaka (My publisher credits the wrong author.. LoL).. But thanks anyway for your infos.. It gives me a better translation for the characters and some related B-daman words.
Please note: Under the Bakugaiden manga list, there are
* ボンバーマンビーダマン爆外伝 三鷹公一 .... Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden （Bakugaiden V ISBN：9784091426536, Kinokuniya）by Kouichi Mitaka
* Bビーダマン爆笑伝 玉井たけし ..... B bidaman Bakushouden/B B-Daman Bakushouten by Takeshi Tamai
Also note that Takeshi Tamai made 爆笑伝(Bakushouden) and 爆笑伝V(Bakushouden V). V stands for Victory. I added ISBN numbers along with links, so that you can identify these manga better. (Bakugaiden is by Mitaka.)
Bakushouden Vol. 1: Bビーダマン爆笑伝1 ISBN： 9784091494511 (Amazon JP link, Kinokuniya bookstore link) Aug. 1998
Bakushouden V Vol. 1: Bビーダマン爆笑伝V 1 ISBN：9784091494528 (seven net shopping link)
Bakushouden V Vol. 2: Bビーダマン爆笑伝V 2 ISBN： 9784091494535 (Kinokuniya bookstore link)
Last edited by mikkih; November 02, 2011 at 01:23 PM.
Are there any scans/raw or anything from this mangaka?
I'm quite curious of his work and my google-fu is not good enough to find his WWII-related mangas. Only found one set in Vietnam War and found that it was not grounded/focused on realism .
You found the Apocalypse Meow volumes, right!?
Seems like Apocalypse Meow is the only one that's been scanlated. The only other thing I could find is magazine covers that were illustrated by Kobayashi. Here's an interesting link I found. You might have come across it before though. :S
Considering, he has done quite a number of illustrations for magazines...maybe you'll find better luck snooping around those magazine-forum sites that use his works!? Just a thought.
I currently have a thing for the 19th century/Victorian era so I was wondering if anyone could recommend any series taking place in that time period; the place doesn't matter. I read/am reading the obvious examples such as Emma, Kuroshitsuji and D. Gray-man.
Does anyone knows where can I read the Kindaichi mystery series?
It's near impossible for me to get the physical copy and I can't find the online version.
It's a shame because it is one of the best in the genre and is as good or maybe better than detective conan.
I'm sadden that there are no scans of it.
try to find the name of this manga.
it starts with a boy living in a village that was destroyed but rebuilt my a Grimoire
@Zelx: It's available in Chinese scans everywhere. Just search “金田一” at places like 8comics/dm5. But yeah links here.
Although some are Shin Kindaichi. And Singapore should have tons of TL's by Tong Li comics maan.
@dgjlkl: soz have no idea what that might be...
I want a manga about fight better if it's about street fights, something whitouth power and thinks like that i just want a brawling manga (a martial arts manga would be also good) like Crows, worst, veritas or the breaker, i have already finished the most popular ones so can someone help me ?
Dark but not too grotesque. No or less mature contents. Please exclude Shojo. Will you recommend me any titles?
* maybe with super natural elements.
Last edited by mikkih; November 28, 2011 at 12:36 PM.
Shingeki no Kyojin is one of my favorite dark, supernatural manga at the moment. It can get violent, but more of a PG-13 type of violence. Other than bloodshed there is no adult content. A very intense, suspense driven supernatural action-shounen comprable to early Full Metal Alchemist. I'm not sure if you've read it or not yet, it's pretty popular in Japan but not as popular online. Otherwise I would read Blame! or something by Nihei.
Thanks k-dom for a great suggestion. I found a thread about the title in Manhwa forum, so I will read through it. It looks like you recently finish reading it and liked