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Offline GiovaneDinamitardo

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KIMIGA
« on: August 21, 2008, 03:48:18 PM »
Well, this time is really so hard to "extract" the trama of this (unedit) manga: a translater from japanese is needed !!!

If someone can do it can ask me the original jpg, I'll send him by email.

No more words now, enjoy the manga !!!















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Re: KIMIGA
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2008, 04:40:49 PM »
it seems like a funny story that manga. it's a shame that we don't have a Japanese translator.
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Re: KIMIGA
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2008, 05:13:11 AM »
u would happen to know the book or chapter this is, i have a bunch of the manga, in english and i might have this
This is Jenga lol :)

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Re: KIMIGA
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2008, 10:46:27 AM »
I don't know if I've correctly understood what you mean (you know, my english is so poor) but I had to say that this history is not written by R.T. !!

This manga has ben designed on 2003 by "Nagisa Komachi", the same of the history named "CHANGE".

I have another unedit chapter written by him ("WIND"), soon I'll upload it.

Pang217 has saied us that he knew a japanese girl who could translate us the history but I haven't heard him again since longtime ;(


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Re: KIMIGA
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2008, 02:17:49 AM »
Why not DO IT YOURSELVES????

Go ye out and buy ye Japanese in Mangaland by Marc Bernabe. Since it's originally written for Japanese - to - Spanish and was then translated for Japanese - to - English, I'll bet it's been translated into Italian and (even possibly) Portuguese as well. Anyway, Japanese in Mangaland is a good first step: it has the Hiragana and Katakana tables so you can begin learning these 2 basic Japanese syllabaries (the third "alphabet" -- the Kanji -- are a whole 'nother trip). IT AIN'T HARD -- I'M DOING IT! And I'm OLD! If I can --- YOU can.

Now, I'm still a LONG way from being able to translate, but I'm starting to recognize several Kana on-sight and I'm able to pick out a few words here and there. Here's one I'll share with all my Lum-chan-dot-com brethren & sisteren (if you alredy know this stuff, go grab a sandwich and a Lemon Squash, and we'll be done by the time you get back):

Look at Ten's first panel (top-left, first page). Over in his word balloon are 2 sets of vertically-arranged Kana (two of the three "alphabets" used in Japanese). They're vertically-arranged, so we read the right-most vertical column first, top-to-bottom.

That first character -- ラ -- looks kind-of like a stylized "5" ... is "RA".
The second character -- ム --which looks kind-of like a "4" ... is "MU".

..." ラム "... "ra mu" ... ramu ... which (as you may've guessed by now) is how "LUM" is pronounced in Japanese.

The way I remember it is "54" -- the characters look like "54" (ラム) -- so any time I'm browsing through these pages and I see that combination, I KNOW it's "LUM".

Japanese in Mangaland seems like a good initial manual into the language, and it's more manga-friendly than some other texts (as should be apparent from the title). It's been good for me so far, anyway. With it, I -- and you -- can begin unlocking the texts of our beloved Urusei Yatsura.

Oh. The second line in that word balloon?  
ち chi  ã‚„ ya ~ ã‚“ n ... chan.

Okay, you guys! It's safe to start reading again (Ghod, doesn't that Old Guy know when to shut up???)
« Last Edit: August 23, 2008, 02:21:37 AM by veehive »
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Re: KIMIGA
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2008, 12:56:13 PM »
You damend  ;D

You've "burnied" the only ideograms that I was able to understand  ;D ;D ;D :D :D

Anyway, you've given to me a great idea: I'll buy surely !!!

 

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