And it's here folks. We know a lot of you are interested in this series, and so are we! So excited, in fact, that we could not wait for the official book. Heck, we don't even have a Kindle release, and these are the raws we got from NicoNico, which, as you will be able to tell soon, is horrible. We're planning on re-doing this on proper paper release the same way we did long ago with Oomuro-ke.
And here's the end of volume 18, with Chinatsu being
I am convinced Namori drew this just to have an excuse to draw multiple full-page Chinatsu.
Like always, we also have the (very cute) volume covers, the Afterword where Namori explains her drawing process, and the volume bundle updated in our library for all of you collectors.
Work on volume 19 is well under way, but we still have many other things we wanted to do, so join us!
Thanks for all the support! We should resume more regular release cadence for a little while for this new volume. This chapter is strangely relevant even a year late.
This is the last chapter of volume 18. The booklet and the batch to come soon.
We need more
goats to sacrifice cleaners/redrawers/typesetters!
While we do have a pretty high quality bar for those, we also welcome beginners willing to learn the ropes, and we have documentation and people there to help any editor improve. Talk to us on Discord, IRC, email us, or put a comment below if you're insterested.
9 years ago, a group of ragtag manga scanlators under the leadership of sugiuraayano@ got together and decided to spread the gospel to the rest of the Western world. Back then, there was already a small group at Dynasty who was doing the same thing, a small company called JManga who tried to pioneer simulpub, not to mention two anime seasons. We thought that by working in parallel, we would bring Yuru Yuri to its followers faster. How were we so wrong.
Instead, here we are, at the closing of the fun year of 2020, and JManga died a horrible death, taking with them all the manga people have bought; Dynasty became the go-to place for anything Yuri but no Yuru; the anime have completed 3 seasons and many OVAs; and a second spinoff manga has been serialized, and yet we still don't have the "complete translated manga".
Not anymore. Today, we celebrate an enormous milestone in Bakkin history. Today, we release the last chapter that closed the gap. No longer will we have to explain to...