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post #81376 of 151541

I just looked up Freezing. -.-

What's with Japan and their obsession with huge breasts?

 

I agree with the duck.

 

Except Japan's emphasis on loli doesn't help either -.-

post #81377 of 151541
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I just looked up Freezing. -.-

What's with Japan and their obsession with huge breasts?

 

I agree with the duck.

 

Except Japan's emphasis on loli doesn't help either -.-

Freezing is not Japanese

It's korean

 

Im Dal Young is one of my favorite but also problematic mangaka/manwha-ka's.

 

He is a genius story teller and artist whose near every manga's BEGINNING and outline is fantastic and rot of Madoka Magica, Steins Gate, Shin Angyo Onshi etc etc.

 

But the thing is, he has7-8 of these manga's in print AT THE SAME TIME during these last 5 years.  All of which have moved my heart. Due to this, he spends about ever half year focusing on a few chapters of one etc etc. And cycling through.

 

He has prematurely cancelled and ended 2 of his manga's badly this way. 

 

Unbalance X Unbalance is one example of a great manga....and then.....

post #81378 of 151541
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Correct me if I'm wrong these are all anime right? No manga/or based off manga stories? Also are they translated/subbed/dubbed etc when they come out? Sorry I'm a newbie.

post #81379 of 151541
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

 

Correct me if I'm wrong these are all anime right? No manga/or based off manga stories? Also are they translated/subbed/dubbed etc when they come out? Sorry I'm a newbie.

You mean original anime? It will tell you at the top if it is. right below each anime's name. It will say Manga, LN, or original to tell you which is which.

 

Most are based off LN's and Manga's though. 

 

Wait, DEFQon, you are a newb? I thought you have been watching anime for a long time?

 

Wikipedia is your best friend in finding out.

 

But 65-80% of anime each season originiates from a light novel (book with possibly some pictures) or a manga.

 

The most often path for an anime of the season is

 

LN-->Anime

Manga-->Anime

 

Although some are original anime and do not have a former LN or manga.

 

It is also common to have an anime based off both

LN-->manga-->anime

 

And finally with the success of an original anime based off nothing. Manga's and LN's will sometiems spawn from them

anime-->Ln/Manga

post #81380 of 151541
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Freezing is not Japanese

It's korean

WHAT?!?!?!??!??!?! eek.gif

post #81381 of 151541
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

WHAT?!?!?!??!??!?!

You didn't know this?

 

It's a manga by Im Dal yong who is Korean

 

However Im Dal young is a korean that deals with Japanese manga publishing a lot.

post #81382 of 151541
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I just looked up Freezing. -.-

What's with Japan and their obsession with huge breasts?

 

I agree with the duck.

 

Except Japan's emphasis on loli doesn't help either -.-

Freezing is not Japanese

It's korean

 

Im Dal Young is one of my favorite but also problematic mangaka/manwha-ka's.

 

He is a genius story teller and artist whose near every manga's BEGINNING and outline is fantastic and rot of Madoka Magica, Steins Gate, Shin Angyo Onshi etc etc.

 

But the thing is, he has7-8 of these manga's in print AT THE SAME TIME during these last 5 years.  All of which have moved my heart. Due to this, he spends about ever half year focusing on a few chapters of one etc etc. And cycling through.

 

He has prematurely cancelled and ended 2 of his manga's badly this way. 

 

Unbalance X Unbalance is one example of a great manga....and then.....

That still doesn't change the fact the Japanese still love huge breasts. -.-

post #81383 of 151541
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

That still doesn't change the fact the Japanese still love huge breasts. -.-

Most 1st world country nations do...just saying

post #81384 of 151541
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

That still doesn't change the fact the Japanese still love huge breasts. -.-


what's wrong with that?
I don't mind.....

post #81385 of 151541

White album looks quite interesting. Too bad I don't see Sora no Otoshimono 3 on there anywhere... :(

post #81386 of 151541
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White album looks quite interesting. Too bad I don't see Sora no Otoshimono 3 on there anywhere... :(

The manga is like Steins Gate + naughty nurses 2 or something.

 

It's actual storyline has been quite interesting. 

post #81387 of 151541
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

You mean original anime? It will tell you at the top if it is. right below each anime's name. It will say Manga, LN, or original to tell you which is which.

 

Most are based off LN's and Manga's though. 

 

Wait, DEFQon, you are a newb? I thought you have been watching anime for a long time?

 

Wikipedia is your best friend in finding out.

 

But 65-80% of anime each season originiates from a light novel (book with possibly some pictures) or a manga.

 

The most often path for an anime of the season is

 

LN-->Anime

Manga-->Anime

 

Although some are original anime and do not have a former LN or manga.

 

It is also common to have an anime based off both

LN-->manga-->anime

 

And finally with the success of an original anime based off nothing. Manga's and LN's will sometiems spawn from them

anime-->Ln/Manga

Ohh yeah you're right. There are a few that I'm interested. I'm a new newbie to those season based release manga/anime stuff such as the one posted, where do you guys get the updates from on new releases? Also how long are LN's usually? Aren't they the same as long manga's? Nah I haven't been watching anime for a long time but I've seen the old school/popular ones eon's ago. I've been following manga for a long time though probably heading around the 300 range but I've slowed down since starting uni 3 years ago. Btw with the manga's when they are released, are they RAW's or already scanlated/translated (published officially?)

 

Thanks


Edited by DefQon - 7/4/13 at 12:32am
post #81388 of 151541
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1+-Welcome to our thread! What made you want to come by? gs1000.gif

I was always here....... just not often dt880smile.png

post #81389 of 151541
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

Ohh yeah you're right. There are a few that I'm interested. I'm a new newbie to those season based release manga/anime stuff such as the one posted, where do you guys get the updates from on new releases? Also how long are LN's usually? Aren't they the same as long manga's? Nah I haven't been watching anime for a long time but I've seen the old school/popular ones eon's ago. I've been following manga for a long time though probably heading around the 300 range but I've slowed down since starting uni 3 years ago. Btw with the manga's when they are released, are they RAW's or already scanlated/translated (published officially?)

 

Thanks

What do you mean updates?

 

When you say updates, do you mean how do we find out a new episode is out?

 

The mass majority of us use a site called animetake. As we download. Others that stream have their own streaming site that they regularily check. Basically, its engrained in us to always check daily(I check like 4 times a day) for new updates.

 

OBVIOUSLY you could add it as RSS feed, but ive long since stopped using RSS.

 

LN's vary in length.

 

If a manga is based off an LN, it depends on many factors. Some don't finish the manga, others end and follow the LN's path. Whilst others make a new ending

 

Again, it depends on what sites you use. The manga reading sites you usually use, are already scalated. You will only typically find RAW's if you are REALLY looking for a manga.

post #81390 of 151541
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I was always here....... just not often dt880smile.png

Watch anime? blink.gif

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