Not much of a translation on this one since it’s really more of an illustration book than a manga, just some contents, a few short lines, and those author note things I usually skip. Most of the credit on this one really does go to Linie for the scan and decensoring.
My last post concerning this book. As Promised, I have replaced the first 6 chapters with png versions at the same quality as the digital source version of the book, and packaged it all in one file. This fixes a small brightening effect I noticed on some pages, as well as a blurring that was occurring with the text on the jpeg pages.
The second (and unfortunately last) book of Haruka is finished! I have to say I’m a little disappointed though. So many series I like seem to get dropped with no real conclusion. At least in this case, the artist has said they would continue it if they were to be given permission, though after two years now that seems unlikely.
I’ll post these last two chapters here, with a full png version in a day or two when I can make the time to resave the first hundred or so pages I messed up the quality on a little.
Be warned. The cover is a trap, and the artist admits it in the notes. All tentacle content is in volume 2 (and beyond once released I assume). He did add in a few pages at the end because of that, but they’re not part of the story.
Three more chapters of Haruka complete! Only two to go and I plan to start on another Kussou Zikken, though I haven’t decided between Vol. 1 or 7, though 1 is rather intimidating with the more light novel-ish section in the later half of the book. In the meantime, I’ll be focusing on finishing Haruka, as well as a few Hellabunna books graciously provided to me, and edited by, Linie