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2x Jiro Taniguchi & more

May 12, 2010

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Gunjo by NAKAMURA Ching
v01 c01 by Kotonoha
this ones a little gritty & mature. i like it.

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All-Rounder Meguru vol.3 ch.27-28 by Kotonoha
end of volume 3, so we’ll have to wait til june/july for vol 4 to come out :(

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Kurohime ch.64 by Imangascans
Kurohime ch.65 by Imangascans
Kurohime ch.66 by Imangascans
Kurohime ch.67 by Imangascans

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Orochi ch.7 by Shaggy Horror

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Soil ch.41 by Kotonoha

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Ubel Blatt ch.94 by Yalla Scans


Vagabond c296 by NSN

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Inu wo Kau ch.01-ch.04 by DRAT & Arienai!mangaupdates link

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Sidooh c61 by Maboshi
Sidooh c60 by Maboshi

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Tough ch.123 by Stand Alone Scanlation
Tough ch.124 by Stand Alone Scanlation

Zetman v.12 ch.143 by Evil Genius

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Kamigami no Itadaki -Summit of the Gods
vol. 01 (ch. 01-04) [Blackout]

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Ubel Blatt ch.93 by Yalla Scans


Dr Chanbelee (oneshot) by Animeaddict1068
vampire related manga by same guy as Zetman, mangaupdates here


Remember (1 volume/Complete) by Anethum graveolens


Until Death Do Us Part c100 by NSN


Kenji v12 c02
Kenji v12 c01 by Toomin & Tripledraw


Grappler Baki c03 by Hecko X
chapters 1&2 here

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Ikigami ch.28 by Imangascans
Ikigami ch.29 by Imangascans
Ikigami ch.30 by Imangascans

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Kokou no Hito ch.18 by Bakana Haven
Kokou no Hito ch.17 by Bakana Haven
Kokou no Hito ch.16 by Bakana Haven
Kokou no Hito ch.15 by Bakana Haven


Steel Ball Run 62 & 63 [Stardust Crusaders & JoJo Project]

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Vagabond c292 by Nihil Sine Nefas
Finally the missing chapter is available. :)

Gantz ch.318 by Utopia Scans
Ubel Blatt ch.90-92 + Special by Yalla Scans
Usogui ch.13 by Easy Going Scans
The Ravages of Time ch.310 by hmk

and, for a change, a couple of raws

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Rohan au Louvre full color, french cam RAW by SkippyBGershwin


Nippon Furusato Chinbotsu (Japan, Our Homeland, Sinks) JP RAW
by VARIOUS
An anthology based on Sakyo Komatsu’s best-selling novel, Nihon Chinbotsu (1973).
Mangaupdates
since cg posted a raw i thought id post one i put on jcafe recently too.

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Current (ongoing) anime

May 31, 2009

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East of Eden (10 groups subbing this LOL)

Really hard to find an image that sums up this one -_-

summary here

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Pandora Hearts

Summary here

for some reason, it reminds me of Kingdom Hearts

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Courtesy of  Hatsuyuki Fansubs

Valkyria Chronicles

Summary here

the picture on the ANN summary is pretty much the only pic of the anime I could find

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Courtesy of Ayako

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Remake of the FMA series- summary here

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Courtesy of Eclipse

Sengoku Basara

summary here

well actually it doesn’t have a summary there, but its based off of the video game(s) and its pretty awesome if you don’t mind a little stupidity

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Courtesy of Shinsen-Subs and BSS

Asura Cryin’

summary here

I’m hard pressed to tell how much of a mecha anime this is.

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Courtesy of Chihiro-Fansubs

Hatsukoi Limited (? I really didn’t like this one)

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K-On!

I really didn’t like this one but its probably the most popular considering the fact that all the singles its produced hit #1 and K-on goods make up most of the top 10 on amazon japan, although I definitely recommend the manga.

summary here

<3 mio

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Neon Genesis for Fansubs

January 26, 2009

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The first era of fansubs seem to end as a few anime publishers have changed their strategy to release instant anime subs. “Dattebayo Stops Fansubbing Naruto”, “Crunchyroll Launches Major New Digital Distribution Partnership” are just two of the headlines that are travelling through the webspace. Crunchyroll is one of the largest anime social networks with video content. They released a press release announcing that they would start offering the latest subtitled Naruto episode one hour after broadcast in Japan. This service is of course not free. Only paying subscribers will be able to enjoy the instant subs by VIZ Media. Viz also made a press release on November 17 stating that the episodes will be shown for FREE one week later on Naruto.com, Hulu, and Joost, with a new English-subtitled episode offered every Thursday.

So this time the competitor comes from outside and wears a well known but long forgotten face: anime publishers. It must have been quite difficult for Crunchyroll to convince Japanese companies to enter the American market this drastically. Releasing scripts and footage for Pre-release work will open new holes for theft and even industry espionage. But money is the universal language and just as Obama’s promised to improve US’ broadband internet – new TVs with internet support will appear and create a new demand for real time content. But that’s not all. The market for portable video devices shows impressive signs of growth, thanks to companies like Apple and mobile-phone-hybrids. Streaming sites like Crunchyroll and Hulu who show whole movie episodes will surely gain more market as those little devices makes it possible to watch tv anywhere at anytime. It’s only a question of time when streaming website owners finally understand and start to match their content to the hardware requirements of video phones. One way or another DVD sales of anime shows will continue in the next years, but there is little doubt where the anime market is moving: the online market. The stone is rolling and maybe soon the term “free” might become another synonym for less available. Will this eventually lead to a new monopoly? Or will this stuck where it began, because one just cannot change consumers who have been downloading anime for years without paying anything. Time will show if VIZ’s step to online distribution is a good investment.

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