I'm still pretty mad.
>Buy 10 volumes of your favourite manga in English
>suddenly It's going to be released in your country, usually three times cheaper
>someone posts a screenshot with subs, indicating that someone's talking
>the talking person's mouth is closed on that screenshot
see i'd buy there were it not for the fact that manga is always in the kids section at book stores.
>a full moon being visible in the sky at that angle during the day
Yeah. Dark Horse is the worst offender.
As far as I understand it, Seven Seas appears to be the sanest. They picked a layout and stuck with it for most of their stuff.
The others like to slap on a pointless "shonen jump" or "shojo beat" or "kadokawa" I don't care about, I just want my Hero-kun and Moeblob-chan. Tokyopoop and old Viz tried to help the readers in a crude fashion which is only slightly better than "ran in magazine X".
Depends on what you collect. I just paid roughly 100 dollars for a single volume. But other manga come at 5 dollars per volume.
Old shit is difficult to get your hands on. I've got several series in my collection that will never be completed. New stuff is cheap and easy.
Not pic related, but Sidonia's manga is a wreck. Light White, Dark Redm Light Red. The second volume has a white circle around the number while the rest are all red.
I feel your pain, but at least mine are kind of book-ended.
Lucky bastard. I bought all of mine of Amazon, so I had no say in what I got.
No, it isn't, because it would require an S shaped bending, and one moon can't do that. There would need to be a second moon, much closer to Earth than the moon in the screenshot in order for that to happen.
It doesn't require an "S" shape bending.
Just put a large mass between it and a low mass moon.
>You can see the moon during daylight hours pretty often.
But not the full moon, because a full moon is generated by being opposite to the Sun from our perspective.
Unless you live on the fucking pole, in which case you have half a year of day and half a year of night, which doesn't match that world anyway.
And you can see trees and sky and no horizon.
Did you just use a non-spherical moon to allow the light to pass through it in order for the light to appear to pass through the crescent moon even though it isn't?
Are you fucking retarded?
>Been buying Rave Master as it came out for many many years loving it but waiting
>Supporting the industry and series
>3 volumes to go and ready for the awesome end
>Final 3 volumes get released as an omnibus in a different style much later after I'd already read the scans.
I will probably never own the last 3 volumes.
Yes, and that would make it look like it was even further away from the moon, not inside the moon. You need an S shape to have the star look like its light's coming through the moon.
It could work like this, but with a huge mass like that so close, I'm not sure you'd have livable conditions on Earth, or even an Earth at all.
You're right black and white kids' comics are always superior in the original ching chong.
They're language is so stupid they can't even spell "freezer" right
>Kodansha taking over from Del Rey
I stopped collecting manga around this time, but I know there were a few series Del Rey was almost done. Must of been a bit triggering with the covers and translations that Kondansha put out.
>Sat Cross Game
>Viz trying to implement a Shonen Sunday line even though most American anime fans probably don't even know what it is
Does Viz even still have it? Because what was the point when they never even marketed it as hard as their Jump line.
gravitational lensing doesn't have any noticeable effect unless something is many lightyears away
>That time when Viz dick rode Naruto for a year where they released 3 volumes a month and literally every SJ related news involved Naruto despite having like 20 other series under the line
>tfw when Viz cancels and stops publishing series out of nowhere
I really hate this company sometimes
No you can't. I actually got Volume 10, had it preordered and got it on release and haven't read it yet. I should probably get around to that.
I also bought the rest of Excel Saga and haven't restarted it yet so I can finish it all in one go.
I mostly stopped buying stuff since I have so damn much. I'm afraid to know how many of these series I will never be able to complete now.
It's printed on literally newsprint, so it'll smudge if you every actually touch any page (which you have to if you're reading it).
The pages also fall out of the spine easily. I lost nearly all the pages by attempting to force the spine flat.
These wouldn't be huge problems were it not for the fact the manga is $12 an volume, no $2.
The image is evidently looking up. So for you to have a fully illuminated moon the sun would have to be below.
You know what you call the time when the sun is below the Earth?
Is rave amster good?
I remember watching the anime, and then just forgetting about it.
Also with the people who buy lots of manga, do you guys just read lots of different things at random?Seems hard to sift though things, and usually I find something I dislike in otherwise good things.
Also do you buy manga before it's finished? Becuase it could become utter shit by the end, or never get finished (Usagi drop and berserk, the former being the main reason I avoid anything unfinished). How do you justify spending money on something like that?