@melissa Yea, if you notice a typo in a prepub but the volume is already published, the editors would rather you didn't report it since it could have already been fixed in the final epub. If you own the ebook, though, and see a typo, they do encourage you to email them.
@antipathy what about the after stories from the web novels will they be apart of the series or will they keep it out
The publisher has said as long as Arifureta keeps selling ok/well they will keep publishing it. So there is a very good chance the after stories will get Volumes of there own once the main story is done.
Personally I hope they get put into LN form b/c I really want to read the 2 Lord Abyss arcs in LN format. Those arcs are already great and just thinking what could be added given all the extra stuff in the main story makes me giddy.
All titles are Premium editions unless otherwise noted.
As of 1 Jun 2019:
[New Life+] 1-3 (Suspended-Still hoping for more)
Demon King Daimaou 1 (Ongoing)
From Truant to Anime Screenwriter (single volume)
Realist Hero 1-8 (Ongoing)
For My Daughter 1-8 (Final volume being translated)
Smartphone 1-14 (Ongoing) + 1-4 from Amazon
Infinite Dendrogram 1 (Ongoing)
Rokujouma 1-21 including the .5’s (Ongoing)
Saving my pennies for the Rokujouma 23-30 dump to come soon. The single volumes of Daimaou and Dendrogram were purchased in the days before catch-up months.
It wasn’t but that is a very special circumstance, since they already have up to volume 30 translated and the full prepubs released Volume 24 is probably all but ready to go, just waiting to catch-up as they only release 1 Volume a month.
Don't really read much which gives room for interpretation along these lines, wrong genre for me, but have seen a few anime which would fall to question. There are the obvious like Oreimo which I found interesting till it went too far, but most simply hint at a strong bond or no blood relation. I think most of the problems which the general population has with the issue, referring only to books or television shows, is coming from their own inferred idea of a relationship rather than just friends/acquaintances. People are fast to jump to conclusions that more is happening than is being read/watched just based on a close friendship. For example, even though nothing beyond friendship has ever happened in Love Live (unless you read fan fiction/doujinshi) I've seen references to the series being yuri. This isn't to say that series which actually cross the line don't exist, but rather that people tend to try to read more into the material than is actually there.
In a different context, although the beach episode is a common trope, sometimes you just want to go to the beach. Don't get me wrong on this one, A LOT of shows use this trope for a chance to add ecchi tones without really crossing the line. However, although less commonly used in this format, it's just about getting away for a vacation/break away from the normal hum-drum. If you're looking for an instance of this, Himouto immediately comes to mind, and for what it's worth, is even a series about a brother and sister where there is absolutely no physical interest from either of them.
Just being close with family doesn't equate to incest, and I feel that a lot of people want to jump to that conclusion. There are series, some rather popular ones, which do cross that line. However, inferred meaning doesn't equate to reality.
Or that the main character doesn't give a shit about random humans.
That's pretty much the exact reason I dropped LDM after the first few parts and am not interested in it. Not caring about people, even with the tribalistic exception of "except for my people", is more or less the definition of being an arsehole.
Also as for Death March, I was giving it a chance at first, but then I noped out entirely after Arisa's introduction.
After that first night where she (not the MC) tries to do something, the MC just shrugs her off and tells her not to harass him. Nothing ever happens, and it's just a minor bit of comic relief.
You're missing out on a lot of good slice of life including family adventures, cooking, crafting, occasional saving of the day, and generally being a tourist because of Arisa's infatuation.
@thomask the reason why you probably only found three on Amazon.jp is you might have searched for the name in romaji instead of their characters. When I did that I only found the three manga novels. Others pointed out my mistake back then. Romaji characters consist of A-Z where and their characters consists of their phoenetic characters of hiragana, katakana, and their symbolic characters of kanji.
I wrote a Wikipedia page on the subject. I didn't distinguish between "finished" series that were still being translated and series that still were being written. I did break out series that haven't had a new volume in over a year though.