Was thinking of ordering Yotsuba manga.
But then it hit me it is published by ADV, and my last outing with them (Azumanga) didn't really work out well.
Is it worth buying them or are they as butchered up as the Azumanga mangas? (Yukari as a spanish teacher LOL)
Not everone spends 16 hours a day in front of their PC
It takes about 5 minutes.
Only the first volume was butchered, after that thet knocked it off.
I have all 6 volumes out so far, and are enjoyable and wholesome. Just buy them. Getting them off internet makes them stupid cheap.
> (Yukari as a spanish teacher LOL)
Why not read it in moon then? You are obviously a real master and all.
>Getting them off internet makes them FREE.
>Getting them off the Internet makes the ILLEGAL
>Getting them off the Internet makes them ILLEGAL
The translations are pretty decent. Most of the jokes are faithful to the Japanese but it sounds more natural than scans usually do.
Also, more sales = more chance of an anime
They're doing a much better job with Yotsuba than with Azumanga. It's not perfect, but you won't find a better fan-translation either.
My only real complaints are their spelling of Fuuka ("Fuka") and the lack of page margin standards.
inb4 "i dont like reading it on my pc\i like the books in my hand"
unless azuma dies and someone else takes the wheel.
otherwise, no yotsuba animu.
I thought Azuma had no intention of it being an anime.
Ok you convinced me, ordering them now.
Yay for delicious overpriced europrices :(
Enjoy, fellow /a/non. Volumes 1-7(starting from the top), just to annoy the OP.
he/she (dunno which) said in an interview that he currently didn't have plans to create an anime. This was a while back, he didn't rule it out completely.
You sir, are correct, i think someone is hoping for a horrible anime adaptation.
There's currently no plans for an anime because he doesn't have time to work on it and wants to be involved in the production this time around. It's not like he's opposed to the idea of a Yotsubato! anime.
get them from amazon. £4 each and if you get enough you save on their rip off shipping for books
4chan.biz is fine also...
"Don't worry guys, it's shit, they butcher stuff and get other things wrong. Buy it anyway though, dur hur hur"
Perhaps if you stopped buying garbage they would fucking wise up and stop being fags about it. This is why we'll never get a proper tenjou tenge.
He, and he explicitly stated that he was disgusted at the Azumanga Daioh porn that resulted of the Anime, so he will never make a Yotsuba anime.
pretty fucking hypocritical coming from the guy who drew pretty neighbor.
I got the first volume (ADV version). It's quite good. I'd get the rest, but I'm broke.
I think that's my cue.
Pretty much the same prices as in American stores, without the enormous shipping costs.
that was a missquote
That was a joke.
Not a very good one, but /azu/tards are still belly-aching over how the pigtailed girl from Azumanga tastes great with mustard. It's best to just ignore it.
Ordering from Amazon.fr. Around 6.90 euro each and no rip-off shipping (flat 5€)
I don't care, unless most of /a/ I have a steady income and can afford nice things.
You're buying a shittier version of something when you could have the best quality for free.
Income has nothing to do with it. It's intelligence. And you are clearly lacking in it.
Ah, why am I even bothering...
you must be the local troll?
You have strange quality standards.
So here's my current collection, anything else I should order?
I only order twice or so a year, so any recomondations?
lol wut megatokyo?
The difference is that it's printed and in paper. You can take it wherever the fuck you want and read it. Plus, the quality (not including the translations) is better.
I never buy anime either, but I do enjoy buying manga and reading it wherever just as with books.
I have an iTouch, so I could just bring it with me under the covers and I could read my mango nice and snug, whether through the wireless internet or through downloading them and then transferring them as photos on it.
It's so goddamn snug.
Get Houshin Engi. It's available in French under the name Hoshin - L'Investiture des Dieux. Viz is also releasing it in English, but they're only at volume 5 and with a bi-monthly release schedule, that's gonna take a while. Since you can read French, don't bother with it unless you really don't like that the French version uses the Chinese readings of the names instead of the Japanese (e.g. Taigong Wang instead of Taikoubou), it being an adaption of a classic Chinese story.