@terabyte Yeah, and it doesn't look like the other Ruu girls are anywhere near as shaken up about the incident as they were in the LN. I guess the manga adaptation wants to completely gloss over that whole part.
@_08 said in Reading manga in the JNC app.:
@thomask this particular issue shouldn't be affected by iOS versions too much.
And anyway, it's simply not implemented. Neither in iOS nor in web reader.
If it's any consolation, it does save your position though it never retrieves it from the server afterwards.
So what your saying is this “unlisted feature” simply tells us we know where we saved until, but get he benefit of releasing the previous page anyways because we are most likely to anyways? Sounds good. Lol
It started lighthearted with some laughter and smiles but ended with a cliffhanger.
Volume 2 - Chapter 6:
Page 02 ► Top-right Box ► SERVE AS AMBASSADORTO THE NEARBY VILLAGES? ► It should be AMBASSADOR TO (add a space).
@sniper_samurai said in Unwanted Undead Manga Volume 2 Discussion:
@smashman42 Could be something changed for the manga adaptation like Rennt immediately becoming a bronze adventurer. This should speed it up a bit without the bronze test.
Ah, I'd forgotten what metal the beginners were too & didn't realise they've skipped that as well.
Chapter 13 is live!
This is the final chapter of volume 2, and like I said above, the official start of the arc plot!
The chapter title refers to the statue of a man and a woman getting it on, seen at the end.
The Chinese 'Zodiac' actually covers a good deal more than years.
And finally the sutra chanted at the end is real!
Vol.3 Chapter 4:
p2 2nd panel - Surely the MOM could've been transformed better onto the phone screen. The perspective does not align at all.
p29 4th panel - "continue" is split between two lines and needs a connective dash.
p35 - I think I get the tone you're going for with "Little Maria", but I don't think it translates great. I don't know what would be a good solution though.
p6 3rd panel - Is there a reason why he says "This is a world where words like 'ability' and 'talent' mean everything." as opposed to "This is a world where ability and talent mean everything."? The former sounds less natural to me, to a point where I wonder if there's a specific reason why it's specifically that way.
p22 2nd panel 2nd bubble - Would a middle aged mom from the countryside call nerds "nerds"? In my mind it wouldn't be in their vernacular. Wouldn't "emotionally stunted adults" fit the same bill and be a little more adequate?
p26 4th panel 3rd bubble - Shouldn't it be "Serizawa's"?
p34 2nd panel - Missing word "But being fulfilling is no substitute for adequate pay."
p35 1st panel 1st bubble - Missing period.