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Old 2012-03-28, 14:22   Link #861
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Even after breaking all his promises about the roles, no one complained... so it seems at the end he did a good job, lol.

But about BATTLER's grudges... he still did not get even with Beatrice after what happened in EP2... i wonder what happened after EP6... now that i think about it he did imply something at the beginning of EP6
Hu? Where? Please, refresh my memory...
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Old 2012-03-28, 15:42   Link #862
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It was this:

Spoiler for EP6:


Keep in mind that the Beato he talks to is just a delusion, so you can view it as an internal monologue.
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Old 2012-03-29, 07:17   Link #863
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Seems like Kurumi Suzushiro is doing a manga series for Umineko: Link
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Old 2012-03-30, 08:25   Link #864
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It was this:



Keep in mind that the Beato he talks to is just a delusion, so you can view it as an internal monologue.
Oh, when I read 'at the beginning' I thought at the real beginning when there was the scene of his marriage with Erika...
*nods* yes, I guess it's an internal monologue of some sort.
I think a side of him is sort of still mad with Beato though I doubt he would really have revenge.

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Seems like Kurumi Suzushiro is doing a manga series for Umineko: Link
Is there someone that knows what it will be about?
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Old 2012-04-07, 21:05   Link #865
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Yen Press has licensed the manga. [Source]
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Old 2012-04-07, 21:25   Link #866
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LOL, to think that the first official medium to reach the west is the Manga...
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Old 2012-04-07, 22:18   Link #867
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LOL, to think that the first official medium to reach the west is the Manga...
Called it.
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Old 2012-04-07, 23:51   Link #868
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I wonder what made them decide to license it? The manga does seem like the most profitable choice though for a licensing company I have to admit, it's just too bad a bunch of people won't be able to hear the BGMs... yet.
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Old 2012-04-08, 00:48   Link #869
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YES YES YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the best thing that has ever happened!!!!!! Finnaly i can buy Umineko MANGA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 2012-04-08, 03:00   Link #870
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Awesome! So hopefully, given the pace they release their licenses, we will have the complete collection of Umineko manga within the next 15 years! Yoohoo!
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Old 2012-04-08, 05:33   Link #871
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Well, if they take the Higurashi route with releases every other month, or do omnibus releases as they are with the last two, it may only take seven or eight. Which is still a lot, but honestly, the staff aren't superhuman. And the only reason Japan's releases aren't as slow is because multiple Episodes are serialized at once.
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Old 2012-04-08, 06:44   Link #872
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Awesome, have to keep an eye out for a release date.
Neat that it's going to be a omnibus collection as well,
though I guess that'll mean there's going to be a while between each release.
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Old 2012-04-08, 07:06   Link #873
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but wait. Is the whole Manga "Octathology" licenced, or just EP1 ?
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Old 2012-04-08, 09:14   Link #874
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Well, if they take the Higurashi route with releases every other month, or do omnibus releases as they are with the last two, it may only take seven or eight. Which is still a lot, but honestly, the staff aren't superhuman. And the only reason Japan's releases aren't as slow is because multiple Episodes are serialized at once.
Quote from ANN's report:
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Based on Ryukishi07's dōjin (self-published) murder mystery software, Umineko When They Cry (Umineko no Naku Koro ni) will be published as an over-sized omnibus collection with two volumes of the original series in each English book. The manga artist Kei Natsumi launched the manga's "Legend of the golden witch" arc in 2007, and the first compiled book volume of Eita Mizuno's "Requiem of the golden witch" arc shipped in Japan last December. Jiro Suzuki and Sōichirō have illustrated two of the manga's other story arcs. The manga inspired a television anime series, which first aired in Japan in 2009. In October 2011, Junka Morozumi debuted a manga adaptation of the spinoff game Ōgon Musōkyoku, which put the characters of Umineko no Naku Koro ni in a fighting game setting.
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Old 2012-04-08, 20:00   Link #875
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This could be good news, if they do a good job.

I hope they spring for the extra printing costs to put the red text in red.
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Old 2012-04-09, 12:04   Link #876
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I'm glad that this happened. I would be on the fence about buying the DEEN anime if it were localized, but I'll be buying this for sure. If they are collecting every 2 volumes per volume, then that means there can only be about 10 or so volumes released here until they hit a dead end where the manga hasn't been fully finished yet, given the dumb way this was released in Japan.

Maybe they'll spend a year giving us Episodes 1-4 manga, take a year or two off while 5-8 finished in Japan, and then go back to localizing it? Unless this isn't going to be released monthly, but bi-monthly, or even less frequently, in which case it'll be 2 or more years until it reaches EP5 anyway, so it might be all good...

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This could be good news, if they do a good job.

I hope they spring for the extra printing costs to put the red text in red.
It'd be pretty hard to follow if they didn't, wouldn't it?
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Old 2012-04-09, 12:16   Link #877
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I'm glad that this happened. I would be on the fence about buying the DEEN anime if it were localized, but I'll be buying this for sure. If they are collecting every 2 volumes per volume, then that means there can only be about 10 or so volumes released here until they hit a dead end where the manga hasn't been fully finished yet, given the dumb way this was released in Japan.

Maybe they'll spend a year giving us Episodes 1-4 manga, take a year or two off while 5-8 finished in Japan, and then go back to localizing it? Unless this isn't going to be released monthly, but bi-monthly, or even less frequently, in which case it'll be 2 or more years until it reaches EP5 anyway, so it might be all good...


It'd be pretty hard to follow if they didn't, wouldn't it?
I heard Japanese version doesnt have it in red ink... i has it like this : {red} blablabla {red} . I might be wrong tho...
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Old 2012-04-09, 15:07   Link #878
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I heard Japanese version doesnt have it in red ink... i has it like this : {red} blablabla {red} . I might be wrong tho...
I think they put squiggles next to text that is supposed to be red.
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Old 2012-04-10, 12:02   Link #879
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Based on Ryukishi07's dōjin (self-published) murder mystery software, Umineko When They Cry (Umineko no Naku Koro ni) will be published as an over-sized omnibus collection with two volumes of the original series in each English book. The manga artist Kei Natsumi launched the manga's "Legend of the golden witch" arc in 2007, and the first compiled book volume of Eita Mizuno's "Requiem of the golden witch" arc shipped in Japan last December. Jiro Suzuki and Sōichirō have illustrated two of the manga's other story arcs. The manga inspired a television anime series, which first aired in Japan in 2009. In October 2011, Junka Morozumi debuted a manga adaptation of the spinoff game Ōgon Musōkyoku, which put the characters of Umineko no Naku Koro ni in a fighting game setting.
IS THIS FOR REAL!? No.... Wait.... That can't be!
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Old 2012-04-10, 14:18   Link #880
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I think they put squiggles next to text that is supposed to be red.
I could see the English release using squiggles, different patterns of underlines, or even different fonts. But probably not red ink.
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