greetings from the land of gundams
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Greetings from Japan /m/en. Rest assured, I have not fallen off the face of the planet. It's been a bit of a while since my last update since I've been a bit busy with with the whole Japan thing but I have been working on stuff little by little. But as some may know, there are a few snags that I would VERY much appreciate if a few understanding /m/en (see what I did there?) would help out with.
The biggest snag being I cannot directly upload from Japan, as it's illegal and the consequences are very scary. That said, I would require and appreciate if some /m/en could help out with photoshopping (speech bubble blanking and shopping in English text) and uploading volumes from their end. I will translate and forward you ready-to-shop English scripts.
A few kind men have helped me in the recent past (and I am grateful) but due to school, work, etc. aren't able to help long-term.
Next, I have not yet uploaded the 3rd and final volume of Gundam Thoroughbred. I have the thing fully translated and have a script on file. One of the above-metioned kind /m/en offered to photoshop it but seemed to have stopped halfway through and I haven't been able to establish contact with him for over a month. I'm pretty sure it's work related and I can empathize with that. Thus, would anybody be willing to photoshop it and get the final volume of Thoroughbred onto /m/?
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We’re in the homestretch! These two episodes are the last “normal” episodes before the show wraps up. But they’re just what you’ve come to expect from this show. Episode 29 features either the bravest, or stupidest child of the week (depending on how you look at it), and a villain who looks like he stepped right out of an anime. Episode 30 changes things up a little but, and it’s a really good episode. The villain of the week is hilarious as well. Anytime he’s on screen just focus on him. He really adds some much needed laughter to the episode because the rest of it is rather serious, even for this show. Next week, Haykawa’s journey comes to a close. Will he find Asuka’s killer? Will he deliver justice and get his long sought after revenge? You’re gonna have to wait to find out.