I haven't read any manga in a while, where's the good shit these days? I liked Mushishi, To Terra, and anything by Junji Ito (Uzimaki and Museum of Terror were great).
Licensed shit. Gekiga, year 24 group stuff. Recently scanned was Red Snow. Most of them haven't been cropped or anything. Like A Drifting Life, No Longer Human, Panorama Island.
I suppose you could bother tagging all the stuff you're interested on mangaupdates and then wait with dim hopes that one of them will get translated... Honestly, if you're really into older manga, it's just better to learn Japanese and download the raws on your own.
Red Snow is actually one of my recent favourites. I managed to borrow it from the library a while back.
Lots of this stuff is already on the manga charts. Mostly the part 2 one.
What are you working on anyways, Hox?
Just about done translating, but then illuminati will have to typeset it. Hopefully the entire thing will be out by end of this month or in early July.
Most translators on /a/ will have a mediafire or some site of their own that you can look at. Or are you asking me if they continue on picking up new projects? That's really up to them. Some form long-term groups like sumimasen scans, some quickly lose interest after doing a volume or two.
Yeah, quite a bit. If you don't know how to use perfect dark, easy way to find raws are just google mangaka's name or manga title + zip. For instance, try googling "???????? zip"
Spore, of course, since he's part of the reason why I started translating in the first place. I don't think he's really worked on anything as of late since he's busy with real work though.
All these years and this image still holds true.
Before my time. Amazing, a mediafire folder which is still up. It seems I didn't notice who translated Bambino at all.
There's still like one volume. It's already garbage. I just want to see it end. It's been so long.