ONE PAGE THREAD
I dropped this at the end of the second volume. You can't trick me Japan.
I love that manga so much. It's so beautiful. Even though I can tell where it's heading.
Real life relationships don't usually end well either.
read some idol manga they said
cheerful and lighthearted smilefest they said
what a fucking ride
8/8 would crossdress again
But there's not much information in the sequel other than they're not together. Unless I'm missing something and there's more than that short about his loser friend boning the little girl.
Has this shit been confirmed? Are the scanlators behind by alot and the raws show her losing? I've been holding on to the hope that get gets over the muse and best girl still wins so fucking hard.
Man, this shit is so good, CR needs to hurry up and release the missing chapters.
Shit's getting all kinds of real in Yuru Yuri.
And people still delude themselves anyone but Chinatsu can win the Yuibowl.
Yes, that's an actual two page spread.
maigo take like a month to scanlate 1 chapter
and i don't have a guts to see the raws
i realy hope it turned out well for them
I just started reading this after seeing this picture. Premise and first 2-3 chapters look really promising.
I-It's not like I started it because you mentioned the crossdressing or anything.
Yeah inuyashiki is getting pretty good
Baka Updates lists for everything, but really I usually just keep an eye on Batoto and Kissmanga bookmarks. If I remember a series I haven't seen an update for in a while, I check baka updates for scanlator info and then maybe pester /a/ about it.
Just finished this series and thoroughly enjoyed it, though Jisatsutou was is just a little bit better in my opinion.
Tetsuo is like the biggest fag in like forever. I can't stand his shit. The only possible ending I could digest is for him to die alone.
I wonder if killing all those old rich Yakuza fucks will have an effect on the Japan of the manga?
just switch my browser and google turned out shit
also have no luck with archive
can somebody feed me up?
Probably never. Well, at least I consider myself lucky as it's published where I live.