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3846 No. 3846 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Anyone following Shimeji Simulation? An excellent, relaxed, and mildly nihilstic 4koma. I think "depressive comedy" is a suitable description of it. It's the current project of tkmiz, the author of Shoujo Shuumastu Ryokou.

Waiting for the world to realign itself so I can start moving on with my life really does feel like watching other people dig holes.
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>> No. 3859 [Edit]
>>3858
cause america website is so cool, boy~~
Japanese people aren't immune to the narcissistic addiction of having an online identity and getting instant attention and feeback for pretty much every little thought and sketch. They never bothered to make their own website for that purpose either.
>> No. 3860 [Edit]
>>3859
FC2, Pixiv, and Niconico also serve the same purpose. Twitter just has a higher success rate for getting exposure.

>>3857
That's the prologue to Shimeji Simulation. To my knowledge, he hasn't been active in any doujin circles for years.
>> No. 3861 [Edit]
I like it. It has a very dreamlike atmosphere which I enjoy.
>> No. 3862 [Edit]
>>3857
...This doujin doesn't make any sense.

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3835 No. 3835 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I'm currently building a physical backlog of doujins that I've read over the years online. Because the majority of what I've read was sold from around C65-C85, most online retailers no longer carry them in stock. If a specific doujin isn't on the store pages of Suruga-ya, Toranoana, Mandarake, or Yahoo Auctions is it effectively lost to time? Are there other stores in Akihabara (or the rest of Japan) that still stock older doujins?
>> No. 3836 [Edit]
From what I saw while I was there, there are TONS of stores that sell doujins, many of which aren't big name chains. This means they wont likely ship over seas, let alone list these things online, but you could at least use a service to find books for you if you want them enough. Also, I believe the guys that run comiket have a museum of sorts with a copy of very doujin ever sold at comiket. That said, you'd probably have better luck searching Den Den than Akihabara if you're looking for old works. Akihabara has been slowly moving away from being a (true)otaku paradise and leaning more towards tourist attraction.
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3837
>>3835
If this appears from time to time (at ridiculously high prices) you can probably find anything, you just need to be patient and wait until appears.
>> No. 3838 [Edit]
>>3836
If you don't mind me asking, by service do you mean proxy shopping or something else? I've used proxies before to order doujins that were still available online, but I wasn't aware of any that would search stores in person.

>>3837
I'll see if that holds true for what I'm looking for.
>> No. 3839 [Edit]
>>3838
I know Fromjapan will search online for you, but I don't know about offline. I'm sure there are guys out there who will do that but I wouldn't know who.

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3736 No. 3736 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
The last thread was so successful that we need to make another!

full volumes available at the link below:
https://nyaa.si/view/932733
>> No. 3737 [Edit]
Back when I first read it, it wasn't fully translated. Nice to see that it is.
>> No. 3799 [Edit]
>>3737
Fun fact: this is a success story for small boards, since scans for the English release of Excel Saga were first posted on a couple relatively obscure imageboards.
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>>3736
Time ago got the first four tomes in my native language, a really old edition from almost 20 years ago. I suppose they thought the manga could sell because they were selling the anime too but I guess they didn't really know what they were dealing with and the series got quickly discontinued. It's nice to know I could finally read it decades later.

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3744 No. 3744 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
The only type of manga that I enjoy reading nowadays.

Till Dawn, just finished reading it. It's short and sweet 10/10.
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I read somewhere that a new Death Note oneshot chapter is coming out.
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3763
I have many, mostly short, older shoujo oneshots that somehow get translated of all things. The author of Gintama of all things has a pretty cool one. It is too large to post but this is a pretty good Josei piece about depression.

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3746 No. 3746 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Anyone have any idea why the Squid Girl manga doesn't have an official English release?
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>> No. 3754 [Edit]
Many things don't. I'm still waiting for Ribbon warrior and Phase Erika even though they released GuP and Little army a while ago.
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3761
>>3753

That is true but i think doing that would cost a lot of money to be honest.
>> No. 3764 [Edit]
You could always just get the Japanese version for your shelf and read scans, I’ve heard of quite a few western collectors doing this.
>> No. 3765 [Edit]
>>3764
I think it's the best way to go about it, especially if you want to support the author.

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3759 No. 3759 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What manga is this picture from? does anybody know?
>> No. 3760 [Edit]
>>3759
怨み屋本舗

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3735 No. 3735 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I saw a panel from this and thought it was some slice of life or romance manga. Turns out it's like sci-fi/fantasy/superhero type. There are a lot of sex scenes which I wasn't too fond of. I still somehow managed to read all 60 chapters over a few days though. It's not bad.
>> No. 3740 [Edit]
>I saw a panel from this and thought it was some slice of life
Literally how?
>There are a lot of sex scenes
Meh, I'll skip then. I don't mind it per se, but if it's a selling point it almost invariably means something else had to be sacrificed.
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3741
>>3740
>Literally how?
Here's the panel I saw.

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