Hello everybody. We hope you enjoyed the first chapter of Gunota Girl we released last weekend. We also just released chapter two, so be sure to check the post below or go here.
We have some more news for you, though! We’ve been working on setting up an online reader the last few days and it’s finally ready! Now you can enjoy our releases from wherever you may be! Have fun ^_^
Read Online Now!
For all those of you who have been waiting patiently since last week for another dose of Gundam parody, your wait is over! Links are below.
[ MediaFire | SendSpace | Read Online ]
PS. We also started a twitter account so you can get updates as soon as we release! Follow us here.
Hey everybody! It’s been awhile!
The two of us here at
Mezawari Mangawari have been neglecting this site for too long! However, we are pleased to announce that we have begun work on our newest project, “Gunota Girl!”
We had been looking for a series to translate for some time, but a couple weeks ago ObsidianTK messaged me and said, “I know what we should translate!” He then started telling me about this Gundam parody series about a woman who is a ‘Gunota’ (Gundam otaku). Not being a huge Gundam fan myself (not as much as ObsidianTK, anyway), I wasn’t so sure if I wanted to do it or not. He kept insisting on it, so eventually I caved and after reading a little of it, I found it to be quite amusing. And as I read more, I only find it getting better and better.
This series is thick with all sorts of Gundam references, from major characters all the way down to minor events and phrases. Most of them are from the original UC universe, but there are plenty from the other Gundam series as well. Only the most knowledgeable (and perhaps insane) Gundam fans are going to catch them all. Even so, you do not have to be a Gundam otaku yourself to enjoy this series.
So without further rambling (this post has gotten long enough), here is your first dose of Gunota Girl. Keep an eye out for more chapters coming soon.
[ MediaFire | SendSpace ]
PS. I’d like to give a special thanks to a friend of mine over here in Japan who is an original Gundam fan. I decided to give him a special spot on our credits page because without him, this series wouldn’t have turned out as good as it has.
Hey everybody, it’s been awhile. I feel like the two of us have been neglecting the blog for too long. We’ve both been dealing with life obligations and we are still working on Silver Spoon with the guys over at Red Hawk Scans, so we’ve been pretty busy.
Recently, I’ve been reading a bunch of different manga trying to find something that we are both interesting in translating. ObsidianTK wanted me to find something SciFi related and not your run-of-the-mill shounen manga. Well, we have some good news. We believe that we have finally found something that we’re interested in doing and from the look of things, almost nobody has even heard of it. I’m not going to announce the series itself to everybody just yet, but you’ll find out soon enough. In order to do this right, however, just the two of us is not going to cut it anymore. We’re going to need some extra hands.
So, Mangawari is officially seeking help. We are looking for some cleaners and a typesetter who is willing to do 30ish page chapters. If you’re interested, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll give you more information.