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Old 2008-04-30, 21:17   Link #2481
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Like I said in the other thread, I really don't think this really changes the story up much.

With only 10 volumes left, I don't think we're going to have some huge global war over many different continents.

All of this is back story and Claymore world history. We knew that there was some back story to the organization and more to the Claymore world, now we know.
Agreed. Anyway, I don't think Yagi has the ability to go on with the series for much longer. We'll just have to see how the whole thing works out, assuming that it does.
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Old 2008-04-30, 21:19   Link #2482
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is it possible to get a link to read the chinese version online? can someone pm me the link?
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Old 2008-04-30, 21:19   Link #2483
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Downloading the torrent as I speak. And can we get NSW to unlock the chapter 79 thread?
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Old 2008-04-30, 22:44   Link #2484
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Downloading the torrent as I speak. And can we get NSW to unlock the chapter 79 thread?
I'm taking care of it now, as usual at the end of the month.
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Old 2008-04-30, 22:44   Link #2485
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I don't really think the power structure has changed that much tbh.

Spoiler for Spoiler:


I think that Yagi has the skill to make this work, but I still want to see a word for word translation of the chapter before I make too many assumptions.
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Old 2008-05-01, 03:23   Link #2486
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I'm sure Claymore will last more than 25 volumes.
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Old 2008-05-01, 05:34   Link #2487
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I'm sure Claymore will last more than 25 volumes.
I seriously hope not. For a monthly series to drag that long will be a drain on anyone's nerves.
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Old 2008-05-01, 08:19   Link #2488
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I seriously hope not. For a monthly series to drag that long will be a drain on anyone's nerves.
Speak for yourself
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Old 2008-05-01, 09:53   Link #2489
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If Berserk can do it, so can Claymore
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:03   Link #2490
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Berserk was serialised in a bi-weekly magazine. That's twice the speed of Claymore, and I assume for a bi-weekly magazine, the length is akin to Yagi-sensei's monthly output. Rosario Vampire's chapters are slightly longer compared to Claymore's.
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:05   Link #2491
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Berserk's a weekly series.
No it isn't. Berserk is monthly -- most of the time. Sometimes it isn't even monthly.

As for Claymore's purported 25 chapter length -- that is what Yagi-sensei has said, so it is likely correct.
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:11   Link #2492
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That's weird. How do you have 240+ chapters in a time frame of 20 years if you're a monthly series? Young Animal is a bi-monthly magazine, though I suspect Beserk's mangaka skips it regularly.

I think NSW means 25 volumes, which means 11*6... approximately 66 chapters more, since 14 is coming soon.
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:15   Link #2493
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That's weird. How do you have 240+ chapters in a time frame of 20 years if you're a monthly series? Young Animal is a bi-monthly magazine, though I suspect Beserk's mangaka skips it regularly.

I think NSW means 25 volumes.
If there are 12 months a year, wouldn't that mean by 20 years, you have 240 chapters that have come out monthly?

20x12 = 240?
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:16   Link #2494
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According to wiki's count, there's currently close to 300 chapters (295).
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:17   Link #2495
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But, if Berserk was a bi-weekly, then wouldn't there be around 480 chapters?
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:18   Link #2496
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Hence, my conclusion that Berserk's mangaka doesn't publish in every issue of Young Animal. If he's in a good mood (which are rare), he has 2 in a month, otherwise, it's once a month.
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Old 2008-05-01, 18:20   Link #2497
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I don't know, I never actually read the Berserk manga. I was just responding to you when you said you thought it was weird for a monthly manga to have 240 chapters in 20 years. I thought it was weird for you saying that was weird.
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Old 2008-05-01, 19:30   Link #2498
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Berserk regularly takes "breaks" from its bi-weekly release schedule, so much so that it technically releases slower then a monthly manga half the time, hence the reason it has the number of chapters it does.

Berserk is still quite interesting, but the EXTREMELY slow release pace annoys me, and makes Claymore look fast in comparison, at least Claymore has released 78 + 4 chapters consistently (even when its primary magazine was shut down for awhile) the last few years, and has only taken a break once to my knowledge; last month.
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I'm throwing this one out there, but do any of you guys think if male awkened flesh is infused into a female warrior that would probably mess up with there genetics and everything. Mabye why Clarice is a failed experiment, or mabye why Rachel looks like a man.
Well, I think that kind of sounds like the 'Undine Experiment'.
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Old 2008-05-05, 06:48   Link #2500
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Actually - quite the opposite.
I appears to me that the US release actually photoshopped the genetilia out.
Vol.2 - p157
The Rabona Arc was the only photoshopping I noticed going page by page between raw and release (all for this kind of thing).


Oh, they can't just photoshop genitalia out. It sends a wrong implicaion, you know. Yomas need to urinate too, at least. Just because they're monsters don't mean that they have no need for an excretory system.
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