Release 608: The Same


Here with a continuation of a previous work we did for YukarixMiho.
If you haven’t checked it out, or for a refresher on the story, you can take a look here

Do you guys read the afterwords?
I think it’s interesting to see the thought process of the author, or even their ramblings.
To be honest, sometimes I skip it since they can be so wordy (sorry Alm and everyone else), but I do enjoy reading them when I give it a chance. Maybe that means I should always read them?

[Ooarai Nourakudou (Noumen)] The Roiling Waves Remain The Same (Girls und Panzer) [Digital]
Credit page source: Pixiv

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4 comments on “Release 608: The Same

  1. Re Afterwards – sometimes. It depends on how I’m feeling.

    Anyway, many thanks for bringing this to us.

  2. Thank you.

    I love Noumen’s work. The characters they draw always seem to love each other very much. I wish there was an easier way to buy their comics than Melonbooks.

    I like reading the artist’s afterwords, especially when they explain what they were trying to get across like Noumen does.

  3. Thank you for translating this. I literally went and bought this book and many others by this author because of you guys.

    Keep up the awesome work!

  4. Thanks for translating this Noumen’s work is such a great combination of cute and lewd.
    Personally I love reading afterwards as they can show the author’s perspective in interesting or funny ways but I do also understand why people would skip reading or translating an entire page of rambling especially on the really text heavy ones, I always read them though.

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