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b7829641 No.3850[Reply]

Maybe it's just me, but this feels like one of the best/funniest chapters I've read in a while. Lots of plot development, too.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/vx1mpsl6vveujmc/Yotsuba_Ch_107_Eng.rar/file
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ec8a4648 No.3910

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I like that azuma subtly upgrades their phone and tv and stuff. he could very well just leave it in the 2000's, but having it exist in our current time adds a sense of familiarity or something

fb5fe15b No.3913

>>3907
First chapter was either the last or second to last day of the school year. I forget when that is for Japan. Either way, over a decade for half a year or so.

4dd989b8 No.3916

Thank you, Ralen!

9ea49867 No.3935

Honestly, this may be my favorite chapter so far. Yotsuba's book is just too fucking cute, I hope they sell them eventually.
You know they may, and you know you'll buy them if they do.

16f934a4 No.3939

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>>3864
Yotsuba's always been a good artist



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c50e193c No.2862[Reply]

The /a/ sings Soramimi Cake has finally been released to celebrate the 20th anniversary. A total of 42 anons participated and it sounds pretty nice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3rpNmtWiwk

0c33e95a No.3915

Good, We just need to wait 2 years for the anime to turn 20



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eb10b18c No.3898[Reply]

does it exist anywhere outside of private trackers or is it nonexistent? found 2 at the yahoo auction today so just wondering if the encode exist or buying is the only option

785e6ea2 No.3902

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Do you mean officially on vhs or just a homemade rip? I've only ever seen commercials of Azudaioh from VHS rips so it might be out there.



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75da9682 No.3780[Reply]

Something seems to be amiss with the old Ichigo Mashimaro thread in >>3238. I can't expand the thread or open it to make replies for some reason.

Here's the latest issue of IM. 4 pages, which is about standard.
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75da9682 No.3889

>>3888
Something weird is going on with the previous IM thread. It looks like a lot of posts are missing for some reason.

There are 5 issues that make up the King Game storyline:
2020-01
2020-02
2020-06
2020-10
2020-11

0ddcb38d No.3890

>3889
Could you re-post that chapter please?
The one that takes place before the 1st image in this thread.

9a7139bb No.3892

Thanks Ralen!

>>3890
It's on MangaDex (with images in original size and everything) if you want to grab it from there.

75da9682 No.3894

>>3890
>>3892

Sorry I didn't have time to post it yesterday.
I tried posting it just now, but the board is telling me the file already exists, but then it just redirects me to the old corrupted IM thread.

e8d1cdb3 No.3895

>3892
>3894
Thanks! Grabbed it from that site.



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9b995efc No.3180[Reply]

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ed8ac195 No.3217

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>>3214
4 pages is all.

9b995efc No.3224

>>3214
>>3215
>>3216
>>3217

I enjoy the artwork in Yotsu because of how simple and effective it is, while not at all being amateur. The establishing shots are great. But really it's the pacing of the panels that make it so funny.

293b50b8 No.3225

>>3212
This is cool!

20f208c9 No.3843

>>3212
that video is really good!

2b901904 No.3844

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>>3185
I love Yotsuba so much that even if its hypothetical anime was amazing, it still wouldn't live up to my expectations, a Yotsuba anime by Ghibli does sound interesting though.

>>3212
Incredibly good video, made me really happy.



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4580daa9 No.3832[Reply]

I read this recently and it reminded me so much of Yotsuba, the main character is a cute cheerful girl with green hair, there's no real plot and the chapters are mostly daily life stories, it also has beautiful backgrounds with a lot of attention to detail.

It's about a robot girl who takes care of her owner's café while he's out for unknown reasons, it takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting where the human population has drastically reduced and the sea level is constantly rising and cities are slowly getting sunken. Despite this, people seem to have learned to live with it, but it can be a bit depressing at some points. Mind you, this manga presents a lot of mysteries, but it answers almost none of them.

This manga has two OVAs that adapt some stories from the manga, the first one is beautiful, but you can skip the second one.

6974743b No.3835

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I'm only a few chapters in, but so far it's a lot more somber than Yotsuba. There is a relaxing calmness and pretty art, but also a great sense of loss. Also, while there seems to be something of a main cast, the rest of the world is much emptier. Because of that, it feels a lot more quiet and lonely. The main character lives alone and has for what's implied to be a very long time. The energy of the whole thing is definitely unique from Yotsuba, if that makes any sense.
Thanks for the recommendation. It's definitely interesting.

6d03ef74 No.3836

I also learned about YKK from this board (or one of its past incarnations) and I found it quite enjoyable, so I second this recommendation. I liked the OVAs too.

31d5e7f9 No.3838

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YKK is absolutely required reading for any azu fan! It captutes the ups and downs of life and humanity in such beautiful artwork all the same. Reading a chapter a day was an unforgetable experience. Definately listen to the soundtrack as well, it really puts you in the world!



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d7d833e3 No.3720[Reply]

http://www.mediafire.com/file/5j3dhkf44y0nns1/Yotsuba_Ch_106_Eng.rar/file

Not much happens in this chapter, but it's nice to see Yotsuba in print again after all these months.
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14b9e6e8 No.3814

>>3811
Some kind of shogun?

5ab4a043 No.3817

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>>3814
Ceremonial clothing for an emperor, from what I understand.

20a7ae81 No.3820

>>3817
That dude does look like he's about to get a haircut.
Y'all think people found this chapter triggering? I mean, since it begins with a visit to a hair salon and prople can't do that now.

26ef642d No.3821

>>3820
I actually find my life resembling Koiwai's more and more all the time.

I, too, am now a long-haired translator (on the side) who works from home and wears pajamas all day.

20a7ae81 No.3822

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>>3821
Hey, at least you have an excuse. Yousuke has been like that since we know him, virus or no virus.
But you seem to like long hair, you called his a "luxurious mane", so you're probably are fine with growing yours.



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da9db9d7 No.3704[Reply]

They have just announced a game called "Wonder Boy – Asha in Monster World" which looks like it's gonna be a sequel or remake of "Monster World IV" for Megadrive from the Wonder Boy series (a game I love btw).

This may sound off-topic or outright shlling, but I'm posting this here because… doesn't Asha here have a really uncanny resemblance to Yotsuba? the face shape, the eyes, the mouth, the body proportions, and that she even has fkin green hair??
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0c0beb66 No.3795

>>3779 Original consoles are great though, and paired with a flash cart you can play things without the insane collectors market attached, and play hacks/translations. All works out to being just a little bit better than emulation (removes the added lag, no inaccuracies), and expensive, but can be worth it if it's one of your major hobbies.

0c0beb66 No.3796

>>3795
Guess I'll add, if you do sell your consoles, sell them directly to someone. Don't let them go cheap to someone who will just resell them for way more money. You can find someone who will get good use out of them, and will get likely more than you paid for them in the first place.

2c907773 No.3797

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>>3794
Because when I lived with my parents I had a NES and a Super Nintendo, then I left home but my sisters wanted to play and I left the games for them. Went to live with friends and had to buy another Super Nintendo and new games. Then the N64 came out, and the Play Station, bought those but then I moved again and my friends asked me to leave the games there, and the cycle tended to repeat. I didn't lose any console except for a NES, but I lost most of my games because back then I didn't care enough to bother getting them back, I just bought them again. Then I briefly moved to Argentina and I asked my friends to send all my stuff to my parent's house (for the most part they did, but they did steal stuff, like a Casio keyboard and a refrigerators). Then when I moved where I live now, I went to my parent's house where they stored it all, and brought it here where I can see it all together finally. There are things I don't mind having collected impulsively, like books or music, but when I saw all the consoles together I felt like an idiot. I should have been smarter with money.
And yes, I'm selling those. I'll try so sell them directly to buyers, too. That's better money.
When you think about it, if you mod a Wii U, that machine alone will do everything the other consoles do. Mod the PS3 and then you don't need the PSX or the PS2. Then you need just two consoles for all your retro needs.

63ea001f No.3807

How difficult would it be to edit her in-game model to be more like >>3717?

Yotsuba in Monster World would be great.

cccf9632 No.3810

>>3807
It will probably be very easy, especially since nowadays most of the videogames are made with the same engines everybody is familiar with.



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463ab4ab No.3304[Reply]

I don't have much to say about this chapter, so get ready for more Inspirobot quotes so I don't trigger the flood filter.
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3867eb08 No.3336

>>3334
>>3335
Oh, right.

f207d3ba No.3338

>>3331
Many Thanks, Ralen. Thank you again for everything you have done for this series.

40c3404a No.3339

>>3334
IMO (haha, get it) "TMI" and all those other ones you listed are completely fine and natural. (I'd personally only say that if the original Japanese was some sort of curt/slangy word as well, though.)

ff469475 No.3367

>>3335
Probably upgrade to a Mac because of its OS-level autosaving.

9771e24b No.3708

>>3367
weak attempts from microsoft's side to try and win him back https://twitter.com/Xbox/status/1297953479177232384



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0dc2b06d No.1423[Reply]

Where can I get clean images of the Yotsuba covers, without the text over them? I only managed to find this one and a few others. I'm particularly interested in the 9th (the one with the umbrella) and the 10th (the one with the trolley with the teddy bear on it).
Monthly calendar images and color artwork in general is also appreciated.
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639b1b92 No.3697

Wow, old thread.

There was a Reddit post about this recently as well: https://old.reddit.com/r/yotsuba/comments/h0obkp/clean_covers/

b858afd8 No.3698

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lol, I opened this thread 3 years ago, how time flies.
Some of them are easy to find on Google, but with really low resolution.

b858afd8 No.3699

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b858afd8 No.3700

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ec61788d No.3703

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