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Sunday, 14 October 2012

Vol03 omake + extras

Its been a long while, but here it finally is! The omake from volume three of Samurai Usagi, along with several fun extras!

Now about why this took so long- I can explain! Firstly, almost all of my team members have gone MIA! I can only imagine how terribly busy they must be D=

After much internal debate I decided to carry on by myself, if only for the time being. Now comes the second portion of my explanation! Name translations!!

You see, the majority of this manga has furigana included for those who can't really read kanji yet (that's me). However, there are a few things they don't have furigana for- the first are commonplace things such as the months of the year and the time of day, which are easy enough to figure out, but the other thing they don't give furigana for...! The other thing, oh gawd!! It's the names of the fans who send in letters and art! I had to translate them all by my kanji-illierate self! By the end of my trials I managed to find some good sources for this so now I'm not as intimidated by the extras that await me in upcoming volumes, but it was hell getting here.

But thank goodness that's out of the way! It's too bad my team members haven't gotten back to me lately, but I hope to hear from them eventually. Until then I'll be churning out chapters whenever I can (I got a job last month by the way! Hurray!) so you can look forward to seeing a new chapter very soon! Like, in the next few days kind of soon!

Anyways, here's the download link

Enjoy theses cute extras and hold onto your hats for chapter 26, coming soon to an internet near you!!

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for translation~ x3
    Hope the rest of your team come back... :0

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    1. No problem ^^
      Thanks, me too >.<;;

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  2. huhuhuuuuuuuu......samurai usagi!!!
    Thx very much for the translate....will always waiting >=)


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    1. You're very welcome!
      Thanks for your patience =D

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  3. Thanks for the chapter.

    BTW I heard there is a Google application that gives the reading of kanji, even in names. You only need to input the text (you can find them via radical look-up in most online dictionaries and even Windows japanese tools) and it gives you the reading in alphabets.

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    1. You're welcome!
      Those readings are often not so accurate :/ but I've found a good method now anyways so I'll continue on as is, plus I should really just learn how to read more kanji haha. Thanks for the suggestion though!

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