The curses of a small room. I'm in desperate need of a new bookcase.
Beat from Jet Set Radio
Amuro Ray from Mobile Suit Gundam
Yusei Fudo from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds
& Yukihira Souma from Food Wars
I'm in the process of deciding who I want to do for next year now but I can't settle on anything because they're either above my current skill level or I just don't feel like I'll do the character justice.
It's seen some additions and rearranging but it's close enough.
Transporting them all is a pain so some are back home.
Still working on filling all the empty shelves on mine.
tfw German Amazon is so fucking slow that it will take until mid December until I get my hands on OPM Vol. 3
Just recently I got artbook from japan in under 2 weeks,I dont believe that importing from USA would take longer.
Also if you want fast shipping,why dont you use bookdepository or you make sure to qualify for prime free shipping?
I got the first volume the day after i ordered it. The others are just unavaible. That still doesn't explain why it takes 6 weeks to deliver, but whatever.
> mfw i'm a poorfag
> mfw i have money but can't spend it
I know that feel man.
I haven't bought anything for many years now, I just can't afford to spend money on something like this.
Tomorrow there should be delivery pack with some new crap.
Currently reading Pandora in the Crimson Shell. Feels like Excel Saga.
You might aswell get http://www.bookdepository.com/The-Misfortune-of-Kyon-and-Koizumi-Noizi-I-Nagaru-Tanigaw/9780316228718 while you're at it.
>literally zero chance for Vinland Saga, Blame! and other Nihei works, Vagabound, Shigurui, JOJO, Gundam Origin and much more to be published in my shithole
I could, but:
1- the customs will charge me an absurd price to get it and for that money i could buy 2/3 other mangas
2- i don't even know if i they could find it since that place is a mess
This shithole is hell itself for any buyfag
That's good. It makes me sick to think you'd keep it all jumbled up. Do your best to keep everything organized, okay?
top & bottom, mostly sidooh and naruto
Gen publishes doujin works, right? Would you say that Wolf is worth checking out?
I know, but being a poorfag comes in handy at times like this
Not having And justice for all as your first choice
I'm a university student too and I still buy like three or four volumes monthly.
The secret is in living like a fucking cheapskate and not having a social life so you don't have to spend money on friendships.
I have even more boxed up, but its mostly stuff from my teen years that I wouldn't even consider buying today. Not that I buy much nowadays anyways.
I got like 10 boxes filled with manga and DVDs that I can't have out due to there being no space on my shelves.
Disappointment is what's on my bookshelf
Hoy te convertiste en mi heroe, anon
A rather small collection, but I'm quite happy with it.
Not up to date with most series, though.
Teddy Roosevelt anime when?
I like that they left them same as japanese but unfortunately we get one volume per 3 months.
They just released vol.6 which I will have my hands on tomorrow.
>blue spring, GoGo monster and Sunny not next to each other
>same with Gyo and Uzumaki
working on it.
Where's the best place to buy manga in the states?
I like Drifters alot, still Hellsing will always hold my top spot from him!
The Panther and Strv 103 had to move to make space for this large girl!
I don't have a single /a/-related thing in my room.
Like a comic book? Never. A regular novel? Last month I finished Stoner and liked it a lot. Also reading through a book on structured computer organization for a class if that counts.
What size bags did you use for you tankobons?
Comic? a few batmans.
Western novels? Most post-2000 literature is too dark for newbie readers.
Remember when The Golden Compass and 50 Shades of Grey are top-sellers?
Nice collection, is that Japan as told from seven creators? Next to Abandon the Old in Tokyo? I've been interested in it myself. Seems like a fun book. This is probably one of my favourite collections on /a/,
Are you aware Planetes is being re-released in a hardcover next month? I'm looking forward to getting it.
How's Dream Fossil? I've been interested in getting it myself.
I just started reading A Drifting Life today myself, enjoying it a lot so far.
They are not.
Yeah, it is. It's a nice collection. It has a Matsumoto Taiyou oneshot in it that is pretty cool. I wasn't all too impressed with most of the French creators.
I'm probably going to pick up the Planetes rerelease. I'll give the Tokyopop versions to a friend or something. Dream Fossil was pretty cool. The works span Kon's career so you can see his more amateur works and polished ones too. I'd recommend it. His other stuff is great too. You can really see the Otomo in his artstyle.