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4420c824 No.2736[Reply]

We're past due for a new Azuma tweets thread.
The last one stopped bumping, and I've fallen behind on translating Azuma's tweets since he went quiet for such a long time.
Previous thread at >>146

Here's this year's Wonder Festival art.
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8aef7325 No.2936

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@azumakiyohiko
http://bit.ly/2uShZOF
6:26 PM Apr 7

8aef7325 No.2937

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@azumakiyohiko
http://bit.ly/2G8wPXO
11:28 PM Apr 8

8aef7325 No.2938

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@azumakiyohiko
A generic campground in Tsumagoi. (The Manuscript Exhibition is going on at the Ikebukuro PARCO now♩) http://bit.ly/2U7XmIC
5:26 PM Apr 9

8aef7325 No.2939

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@azumakiyohiko
Harajuku, where I went first thing in the morning to take this picture, since normally there are too many people. (The Manuscript Exhibition is going on at the Ikebukuro PARCO now) http://bit.ly/2G5iCcV
6:26 PM Apr 11

8aef7325 No.2940

@parco_art
Yotsuba&! Latest Manuscript Exhibit
The exhibit-hall exclusive souvenir Danbos that come with a ticket purchase have run out due to popularity.
There are plans to restock before the exhibit closes. It will be announced on the PARCO Art homepage and Twitter when new stock arrives.
1:33 PM Apr 12

Kind of a somber note to end on, but that's the last of Azuma's tweets for now.



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93f3eec4 No.2876[Reply]

The thrilling conclusion.
Lots of artwork in this one; not much dialogue.
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ae4167a5 No.2904

Thank you so much, as always!
I love sea glass.

271c1d63 No.2905

Thanks for the translation!

0a1a3ba7 No.2906

Thank you so much for translating Yotsuba&

f197497d No.2909

>>2900

This is the story I've missed. That weird guy knew his rocks, that's for sure.

I love those weathered, worn ones.

445111b0 No.2915

Thanks Ralen as always!



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47e70483 No.2911[Reply]

Is it just me, or is the bully from that one episode of Family Guy dressed like Yotsuba?

47e70483 No.2912

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Here's Yotsuba for reference.

38a4e69d No.2913

>>2911
the red in the shirt is too dark.

cf78459b No.2914

I'm pretty sure it's a coinkydink, OP. Those shirts are pretty common, I think even I have one like that somewhere.
That, and also if the character is a bully it wouldn't be weird to design him with cargo shorts. I'm not saying all those who wear cargo shorts are douchebags, but I am saying douchebags usually wear cargo shorts.
They're not rare items of clothing for a guy or a little kid. It's not as if they wear denim shorts like cousin Daisy from the Dukes of Hazzard or something else that would bee too much of a coincidence.



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ee42fe9f No.1666[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Old thread is here:
>>117

Last month's issue was the end of that chapter, and the old thread is almost full, so this seemed like a good time to start a new chapter.
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418ae143 No.2859

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>>2858
I don't think they've shown the dogs either.
I'm okay with the little girls from IM never growing up, I think they live by Simpsons rules (they've had birthdays and still don't age) so the pets must be also immortal.

I wish real life could be like that…

040ca5b1 No.2861

>>2859
Agreed on all fronts. Me too, Chileanon. Though on the other hand sometimes it's nice to get to see people grow up and change, sometimes even for the better. :)

5b6d13a5 No.2907

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While looking stuff up to translate this issue, I came across this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1-hz6Fu2bw
I'm not sure if this chapter is a reference to this group in particular, or if the similar elements (the outfits, the music) are just generic "magic show" stereotypes in Japan.

5b6d13a5 No.2908

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There are only 2 pages this time. The next issue will be out on 5/27 according to the note in the margin.

e0e186fe No.2910

>>2908
Thank you!
(I guess this chapter's still continuing next month, then?)



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1282e292 No.2796[Reply]

Thanks for the patience everyone.

I feel like it's been ages since I translated one of these.
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de7b08a3 No.2872

Cool!
But what is Share?
I want to have the raws too.

33a036a1 No.2873


de7b08a3 No.2874

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Thanks. It took six hours to figure out how to make this Share working, which involved finding a 15-year-old computer and hacking a router, but I finally succeeded.

af00730a No.2875

>>2874
Yeah, I have to use an XP VM in order to get it to run. And it's kind of unstable. It's the only source I know of for Japanese raws, though.

c3bbdbde No.2902

>>2875
Some magazine issues eventually get uploaded to raw manga DDL blogs but that usually takes a while.



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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


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faad52e1 No.2833[Reply]

There's an exhibition going on right now displaying some of the original manuscript pages of the Yotsuba&! manga. By chance, it happened to overlap with my stay in Tokyo earlier this month and was even just a five minute walk from my hotel, so naturally I went to see it.
Unfortunately, photos weren't allowed for much of the exhibition, but I'll post what I do have and try to report what I saw.
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faad52e1 No.2847

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Back of the leaflet.

8e7d70ed No.2848

You describe it so well.
That's a skill.

470f9367 No.2849

I agree, and I greatly appreciate your report of this event.

9591811d No.2856

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>>2833
Oooh I wanted to know more about this! (>>2789, but didn't want to start a whole new thread without being able to provide anything…)

>>2835
>Life-size cardboard cutouts next to the entrance
Hah! I should have figured that's what that was. Barasui posted this picture a couple of days ago: https://twitter.com/_barasui/status/1119470861214289921

9591811d No.2857

>plexiglass cage with breathing holes
Lol, this is cute for some reason.

Also wow I wish they sold those t-shirts on their store online.


Anyway, thank you so much for this super, super detailed trip report with some cool pictures too. Really great to read and hear about.



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87ba9363 No.2666[Reply]

There are 24 pages in this chapter. I think I'll just put the link here instead of uploading them one at a time.
https://www.mediafire.com/file/10avfad2t8eirsc/Yotsuba_Ch_99_Eng.rar/file

I wavered on whether to translate this literally as "banana juice," but "banana smoothies" seems more accurate given the content.

Yotsuba mentioned "banana juice" once before in the Korean Barbecue chapter (chapter 59).
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85b4dc7a No.2792

>>2791
>Random 4chan anons attentionwhoring instead of letting Ralen do his superior job

I'll wait for the better version.

afa33e72 No.2793

>>2792
Same.

d5694255 No.2794

>>2792
>>2793
Aw, that's kind of you, but just because I didn't translate it doesn't mean it's inferior quality (I haven't looked at it yet).

I have tomorrow off from work, and this is a light homework weekend, so I should be able to get the translation done over the next couple of days.

b41471d5 No.2795

>>2794
I usually read raws so haven't checked out/compared that other version yet (which apparently now there's a 2nd version of too)… but consistency is good for these types of things, and you always capture its heart well and do it justice, which I believe is especially important here.
Looking forward to seeing it, plus the new IM pages when you get to those!



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e4e25b96 No.2777[Reply]

e4e25b96 No.2778

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e4e25b96 No.2779

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138 pages so it's a Kansai Orange (Arai Kei)] collection

e4e25b96 No.2780

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cosplaying for koiwoi

3f758eca No.2790

Good to see a doujin that actually imitates the original artstyle.



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c108b84a No.2788[Reply]

Hey guys,

I've been planning an AD-related Doujinshi for a while now but I feel like I'm planning/organising myself incorrectly. I saw that there were several mentions of Doujins here as well as Doujin makers and wanted to ask you guys some questions…

-How do you/they plan the Doujins? How are they organized/what's the strategy and how long would/should segments of Doujins take, for example?

-If you don't know or don't want to answer, are there good/reputable sites and other sources to better understand the world of Doujinshi-making in order to make my plans a reality?

Thanks, have a good one!


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