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Old 2014-01-13, 13:23   Link #721
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GODKILLER: tomorrows ashes digital/physical comic subscription?!

GODKILLER: tomorrows ashes. which ive been trying to find for a couple years, i have found out that they have released a mini series of digital comics.. but of course im running into problems again w getting a subscription! i have found prices, different packages, etc.. the Facebook page even talks about the weekly books coming out for subscribers w the cover art posted.
so, my question is. has anyone got in on this? how did you go about it? if not, do you know anybody who has? maybe you know how?
its a comic series. i have went to a few comic sites that have descriptions of GODKILLER: TOMORROWS ASHES and artwork.. but not one link to buy!?
ive went as far as to inbox the fb page. the GODKILLER site and IMDB are both dead ends w the last posts being in 2011
ive been hanging onto this cliff for 4 years! any information would be greatly appreciated friends!
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Old 2014-02-22, 17:47   Link #722
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Does anyone know where I can buy the english versions of Weiβ Schwarz TCG decks? (I'm in Europe btw)
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Old 2014-05-02, 17:05   Link #723
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A question.

Finding and using third-party shopping services to buy from Japan things that might not be available for import otherwise is fairly easy, but...

Is there something equivalent for, example, the UK? Like, one who could, for example, bid on a region-exclusive Kickstarter?

Just asking.
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Old 2015-02-07, 16:26   Link #724
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So I've been thinking of ordering the Persona 4: Dancing All Night Crazy Premium Box Vita console but the only place I know of to get one is Play Asia and they are putting a good 75% markup on top of the recommended base price for the box.

Anyone know of a different way to get a hold of one that won't cost me an arm and a leg?
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Old 2015-02-07, 17:15   Link #725
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You could try nin-nin-game, although it's not that much cheaper

http://www.nin-nin-game.com/en/japan...ox-new-en.html

edit: speaking about the high play-asia markup of like "70%", you have to take account the recommended price of 28,980 yen is actually the price before tax
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Old 2015-02-07, 17:54   Link #726
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So... I want to get some dengeki bunko vol, but they are from 2 years ago (vol 35-36-37) mainly because they have some poster that I want. So any of u may have an idea where I can get either the vol with everything that comes with them or at least the posters of those 3 vols??
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Old 2015-02-07, 18:03   Link #727
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You mean dengeki bunko magazine volume 35-37? ...
Because it's so old, you will have to buy it from auction sites like yahoo auction and get some kind of proxy site to ship it worldwide to your country.

Yahoo auction does seem to have the magazines, but there are some that come without posters and such. so beware what you are going to buy
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Old 2015-02-07, 18:14   Link #728
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You mean dengeki bunko magazine volume 35-37? ...
Because it's so old, you will have to buy it from auction sites like yahoo auction and get some kind of proxy site to ship it worldwide to your country.

Yahoo auction does seem to have the magazines, but there are some that come without posters and such. so beware what you are going to buy
Do u know a place(either only store or physical one) in Japan where I could find them?? I have a friend over there that can get me things that I want, doing what u said may be an option, but im kinda lazy to find the proxy site
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Old 2015-02-08, 05:24   Link #729
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You could try nin-nin-game, although it's not that much cheaper

http://www.nin-nin-game.com/en/japan...ox-new-en.html

edit: speaking about the high play-asia markup of like "70%", you have to take account the recommended price of 28,980 yen is actually the price before tax
I don't know how tax works in Japan, does it apply to exports? Here in Europe it doesn't since that would mean double taxation to the buyer.

Anyway that website is a lot cheaper than play Asia: they were asking 320€ for it yesterday while that website seems to be charging just 250. (meanwhile Play Asia seems to have removed the price again).

EDIT: ok that website sounds great for my import fix. They have a branch in France for most stuff which is great tax-wise for me
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