He's putting effort in again, noticeably.
Either it's thanks to the extra week he had off or there's something he thinks is exciting happening again.
It's pretty noticeable.
Could be Carol taking balls to the face.
especially while wearing that knotted shirt, exposing her midriff
I think i've come to terms with my tomosexuality.
>cotton candy midriff sweet like candy
i'll try to do this sometimes i guess
On the internet nobody knows how bad at Japanese I actually am.
I don't even know how I fucked that one up. I'm very sorry, /djt/-senpai, I'll try harder next time.
1000 hours in paint.
999 of those hours were used to remove transparency.
>the only choices are either duwang or memelation
Misuzu a best, cotton candy mom is second.
Is it me or are these threads less active than before? It used to be I can come home from work and the threads would barely be alive with around 100 unique IPs, now they are dying hours before I come home.
I think these constant hiatuses are killing Tomo-chan. The author should watch out if he wants to keep this manga going, he is going to lose all his readers at this rate. This is not Berserk and he is not Miura
Just realized that Love Live Scanlations has been doing Tomo for over a year now. The first LLS translated pages were #97 & #98 on 7/13/2015, at 2:05 AM. That’s a over year of pissing people off with shitty “translations” and “forced memes”.
Here is a bunch of random trivia.
• Fumita Yanagida (the Mangaka) has won an award for this manga.
• Scanlation of this series is done by two people, sometimes one.
• #364 marks 267 days of consistent release, not a day late or missed.
• It has been completed from seven different timezones, four countries.
• Most interesting location: The literal steps of Machu Picchu.
• Average scanlation completion time is roughly 1 hour 38 minutes.
• Western readership has gone up roughly 30,000% since last year.
• The name “Love Live Scanlations” comes from wanting a counterpart to then, “[email protected]”.
• The main translator from [email protected] has gone on to become a professional translator.
No celebratory “Here’s to another year!” because I plan to be dead before then. Thanks."
What did they mean by this?
That around Christmas, the translator or whoever is going to an hero and we will not have quickly finished chapters unless we do them ourselves. Chances are the manga will be on hiatus again around that time anyway, so we will have some time to find a new group.
According to >>144679560, it seems to be symbolic to the hole in the translator's life. It could also represent his feeling that girls are not going to realise what they are missing until he is gone.
Truly, this chapter is full of deep meaning today.
>mfw Carol inevitably keeps a secret completely out of character for her
street-fighting Carol yes
Is it though? Tomo has her arms crossed under her tomos, so you can't accurately judge the magnificence of those tomos. Tomo's tomos certainly seem a lot more perkier than Cotton's candy, but again, that could be due to folding her arms.
I hope this is all setting things up to girlify Tomo.
Something like Misuzu decides she needs to address this aggressiveness in Tomo and makes Tomo do something embarrassing in order to be more girly. But Jun resists the girly Tomo because of the last arc and Misuzu's plan backfires, but somehow bring tomboy Tomo and Jun closer together anyway.
I can easily imagine after her initial shyness she would be waiting at the door like a tightly wound spring, wearing nothing but a sports t-shirt, ready to pounce on Jun the moment he opens the door to their tiny apartment .
And he won't even get through the front door. She knocks him flying into the hallway, where she instantly and without regard to her surroundings, rips off his trousers and straddles him; completely oblivious to the poorly suppressed sniggers at poor Jun's helplessness of Mrs Nishikata next door who peered out to see what the noise was.
>she would be waiting at the door like a tightly wound spring, wearing nothing but a sports t-shirt, ready to pounce on Jun the moment he opens the door to their tiny apartment
I don't want to feel
I heard Tomo was a Texas Rangers fan
Well I don't think it's quite that bad but
>last chapters were tepid
It'll pick up again.
At least for us present in these threads will have worthwhile moments like
I don't even read this, but I stumbled into one of these threads a couple of months ago so now Im curious. Last I heard, the guy she liked had become almost completely irrelevant and it was more so just about her and her two friends. Is this still the case?
He's been more relevant the past couple arcs.
>Jun and Tomo used to get into actual physical scuffles from time to time
>now he never lays a hand on her no matter what
I have no idea what the fuck this author is trying to say, does he think of her as female or not? Make up your fucking mind.