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Trim size This book will contain all the comics from Chapter 0 as well as the running editorial comments featured in the original release Exclusive t. ratingreview for the entire series to dateah good old MegatokyoMegatokyo is supposedly one of the most successful webcomics to exist though I read it in book format the series is essentially about otaku and gamer nerds tons of gamer jokes as well as anime puns l337 anyoneMegatokyo though looking like manga isn't really it's American made thus not truly a Japanese product so if you have a disdain towards animemanga but are still curious Megatokyo might be a nice place to start though again note that the gamerotaku jokes are thick throughout the seriesI look back on Megatokyo with fondness to me the series is very reminiscent of my high school life most of my core friends were hard core WOWDDgamers and we would all act exactly like the characters in this series though I was never any of those three things at that time I knew all the lingo and other idiosyncrasies surrounding RPG life thus I get the humor of MegatokyoMegatokyo is a really fun and down to earth yet goofy series the contrast between Largo and Piro is great and the art simple yet easy to follow happily recommended for animemangagamer nerds of the present

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Megatokyo Volume 1O the Dark Horse reissue will be additional drawings historical notes and selected rants from this first developmental year of the Megatokyo webcomic. So I just found out that Fred Gallagher lives in Ann Arborwoo hooAnyway I picked this up randomly at the library and I was hooked I didn't realize it was a webcomic at first I have read a bit of the series online but I actually enjoy reading it in print form The print volume especially the first volume gives you a lot of extra info and rants and is perfect for a megatokyo newbie The story is basically the randomly wonderful zombie manga and video game filled adventures of Piro and Largo They're two Americans stuck in Tokyo trying to save up enough money to buy a plane ticket back home There are a ton of supporting characters like Seraphim Piro's conscience and Ping a life size female PS2 accessory It's a really funny series especially if you like manga and video games

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Megatokyo, Volume 1 review ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ This re issue of this highly successful Megatokyo Volume 1 brings fans a new and revised version of the book with improved print uality and a larger trim size This book will contain all the comics from Chapter 0 as well as the running editorial comments featured in tThis re issue of this highly successful Megatokyo Volume 1 brings fans a new and revised version of the book with improved print uality and a larger. My partner's been into this web series for 20 years now and I've read the first bits of it once or twice but it never really captured my heart This was one of the first US web comics that got a lot of attention and it's admirable that Gallagher has chugged away at it for this long powering through artist's block several life changes and the dizzyingly fast evolution of online life between these early strips and our current social media algorithmic internetThe initial story was obviously the product of two people who had very different ideas about what it should be and it takes or less until the end of this volume to find a firmer footing I really do not care for Largo's part of the story which is predictable and feels forced The art as meticulously long as Gallagher took on it looks sketchy and fannish in addition he seems much interested in drawing women than he is men P I'm curious to see if this story will stay firmly in the early 'aughts with its big blocky monitors PS2s and hat tips to anime like Excel Saga and games like Neverwinter Nights or if it will move forward as the decades go along Surely our nerdboy protagonists will continue to be early 20 somethings who inexplicably draw in gaggles of cute Japanese women and won't shlub along into middle age as undocumented immigrants in TokyoSo did MegaTokyo manage to capture me this time Nah not really though I'm willing to keep on with it for a bit longer It's a fun time capsule of some of the major strains of fandom tech and the internet of its time period