Warning: This post contains translations of all 22 Yu-Gi-Oh! Monochrome Edition volumes’ afterwords, spanning across a hefty +10.000 words. So it’s just about the amount of text on your average modern Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card.Continue reading
Long time no see, fellows! You think I’ve just been magi-fooling around lately? Nope, I’ve been MAGI-COOLING to the max which is why I’ve got another interview translation for you! How magi-nice is that!?Continue reading
Wait? What was that? One blog post per month? And we’re just a few hours away from the deadline? Time to race to the finish line with Capeta!
Guys, imagine if there was this really cool place to hang out at with all sorts of wackos – no, not my blog – and you’d get the regular encounter with the supernatural to boot? Time to enter The Voynich Hotel!
Hey! You! What would you do if you knew you only had 24 hours left to live? Well, clearly you’d make sure not to miss out on this post! Actually, you should read it regardless!
Nanika Mochigattemasu ka is a manga written and drawn by Mohiro Kitoh, the very mind behind Bokurano and Narutaru. Can this keep up? Let’s find out!
Do you like stories that have a clearly defined outcome presented right from the get-go where it’s the journey to the destination that matters so much instead? Majo no Shinzou is one of those stories. So today, let’s find out what this not-all-too-well-known fairy tale-esque manga has in store for us and if there’s anything that sticks.
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is something that many of you probably have seen in one way or another but did you know there was also was a Yu-Gi-Oh! GX manga to it? Let’s dig a little deeper then!
If you want to learn Japanese with manga then look no further – because I’ve prepared the ultimate guide for you!
Hey there, mates. Let me ask you a question: Have you heard of the firefighter Asahina Daigo? Probably not. But you should have! Because he is the greatest hero I’ve ever met!