[UPDATED] Wanitokagegisu volume 03

QUICK EDIT: Important: Starting with volume 3, there will be a name change: it’s now “Haneda” instead of “Hada”. Also, as it turns out, we misspelled one name in the first chapter, it was supposed to be “Hanabayashi” instead of “Hanamura”. So if you haven’t already, get the updated volume or just the first chapter.

Well, folks, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here: the second to last volume of the series. First of all, we’d like to apologize for the huge delay between releases. We initially wanted to have it out before New Year’s, but better late than never, I guess?

Second, as always, huge thanks to the translator Laika. This was from the start a two-man job, with him translating and myself cleaning and typesetting (with a bit of help for the most annoying redraws), so really, this project wouldn’t get far without him. You can follow him here on tumblr, where he’s quite active, posting random things and sometimes asking for help on certain things or extra details about something.

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Wanitokagegisu v03 ch23(v2): DDL

10 comments

  1. anon Reply

    Dear god I did a doubletake when I saw this release. Thanks a lot guys, I’ve loved this series for years.

    • Retta Reply

      He’s a patriot. He’s trying to protect us.Is Harry Reid more of a patriot? He hasn’t broken any laws (well, not this week). He’s in the government actively working against us.Maybe we’re so early in the war that this proactive incident is seen as something that should be punished by law. If things continue in the direction they’re going, Maziarz will be seen as what he rightfully is–a hero in the resistance movement and we will be cheering him from our hiding places wishing there were more of him with innsoprehecmible motivations.

  2. 紫雷イオ Reply

    OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
    I really thought this Manga was abandoned forever, thank you so much guys!!

  3. Puggy Reply

    Damn, you guys made my day!!! Thanks a lot for bringing the great Furuya Minoru to us japanese illiterates.

  4. Kaylee Reply

    Apple now has Rhapsody as an app, which is a great start, but it is currently hampered by the inability to store locally on your iPod, and has a dismal 64kbps bit rate. If this changes, then it will somewhat negate this advantage for the Zune, but the 10 songs per month will still be a big plus in Zune Pa7#2s8&1s; favor.

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