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2359 No. 2359 [Edit]
Do have a collection of manga/import from japan?
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>> No. 2360 [Edit]
No, but I really want Medaka Box sometime since it's Nisio. It would cost a lot though.
>> No. 2361 [Edit]
I've been wanting that too lately, at least one of the arcs, but I can't decide on the minus arc or the one after
>> No. 3274 [Edit]
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I got the three published volumes of Kokoro Toshokan, recently. Normally I don't buy manga, but this is one of the few series I care to have a copy of. Man, seeing the art in person really is beautiful. It is good, that in this particular manga a lot of the pages are colored. I was amazed, considering it was second hand. Otaku related merchandise from Japan seems to be kept in shape nicely particularly, it is really surprising. What was odd, however, was that on the back flap of the cover listed on it the PC system specs of I can only assume the author. Never seen anything like this done before, although maybe someone else has? The first two volumes listed a Mac system, whereas the third volume and the fan book listed this one pictured.

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>> No. 3275 [Edit]
>first two volumes listed a Mac... third volume and fan book listed this one
Were the third volume and fan book better?
>> No. 3277 [Edit]
Eh.. no. But, one thing I have noticed is that it seems like the computers they show in the series are based off of the old original iMacs.
>> No. 3308 [Edit]
What a silly thing to say.
>> No. 3309 [Edit]
I think it's because some art programs are actually very cpu intensive so if you are trying to develop high quality manga you actually need a very good computer, notice he mentioned the kind of tablet and scanner he used as well. Sometimes it is interesting for consumers and other authors what tools were used in the creation of media. So that they can have at least a rough baseline of what it takes.
>> No. 3339 [Edit]
No, the only physical manga I own is:

- One special chapter of Chobits, that included a figure I wanted.
- Full Evangelion in english.
- Full Hyōryū Net Cafe in spanish (couldn't find it otherwise).
>> No. 3377 [Edit]
Manga is the one thing I prefer reading on paper rather than on a screen, so I've ended up buying a few volumes over the years, all of it in Japanese. As best as I can remember:
-All of Death Note
-All of Claymore except the first few volumes, which I had read online (definitely read the manga if you liked the anime, because the ending is so damn satisfying. 塵に還れ!)
-some of WataMote
-the first 4 volumes of Vinland Saga
-1 or 2 volumes each of Number Girl, Ariadne in the Blue Sky, Devilman Apocalypse, JoJo, Aposimz, Berserk, and possibly a few others I forgot.

Also, the Kara no Kyoukai novels. As well as various Japanese books not related to manga.

What's the cheapest way to import manga in Europe, btw? I usually buy on, but holy crap Amazon has some good deals on 2nd hand manga from various sellers that don't ship to Germany.
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here you go, every manga and LN I currently own. My DeathNote collection and a few other volumes were lost at some point during the time I was a homeless vagabond.

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