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Yatte Yaruze!
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3:06 am, Mar 12 2010
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Also known as Sota-kun no Akihabara Funtouki, this series about the life of a an average student quickly devolves into a an adventure spurred on by a fanatical store manager dedicated to exposing Sota as the otaku he is. It was licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment, who released the first two volumes and ceased their work on it due to "lackuluster sales." Unfortunately, the chance of the series being "sub-licensed" out to another publisher are slim to none if the contract even allows it.

Are there any other fans of this manga here, and what do you guys think are the chances of someone scanlating the rest?

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3:13 am, Mar 12 2010
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Just from the series bio i'd like to read it, seems pretty good

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9:35 am, Mar 12 2010
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It's licensed, so chances of scanlation are close to 0

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KYOKUGEN !!!
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9:55 am, Mar 12 2010
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If there are readily available HQ raws online somewhere, you could try looking for a translator at places like frankyhouse or mangahelpers... With an HQ raw you mainly need a translator, otherwise it's a huge effort making a scanlating team.

Anyway if you really like the manga you should try finding some raws and then asking around for a translator or pitching the raws to some scanlation group. Try looking for a translator on animejobber.
That might help too.

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Yatte Yaruze!
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2:56 pm, Mar 12 2010
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So how would one go about finding out if there are readily available HQ raws online somewhere?

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