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MegaTokyo manga webcomic

Set in a fictional version of Tokyo, Megatokyo portrays the adventures of Piro, a young fan of anime and manga, and his friend Largo, an American video game enthusiast. Megatokyo originally emphasized humor, with continuity of the story a subsidiary concern. The comic easily references and comments on the context (and subtext) of anime, manga, dating sims, arcade and video games, occasionally making direct references to real-world works. Megatokyo is freely available on its official website.

 

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  1. Chapter 12: "Broken" comic 1582
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  6. It's been a long road, but the final book of the MegaTokyo: Endgames series is finally here. So let's get the actually important stuff out of the way. The following links should lead you to your format of choice: Paperback Kindle Kobo Nook With this, we are now at the point where Fred's omake/extras segments kick off, with Largo ready to launch his attack on the Domina of Kuith, and where my...
  7. While the manuscript for The Isle of Donne has been difficult (mostly because now I'm at the point where I have to start bringing stuff together to a set point rather than let them meander off wherever), I'm not completely without something to share. This particular piece is a short story that kinda came about because of a character I liked writing about when the opportunity arose... but there...
  8. It has been about a month since Mom entered into Hospice care. The past year or so has been a real struggle for me with her declining health as well as Dad's struggles with advancing Parkinsons. This is my second time dealing with needing Hospice care for a loved one. The last time it was very upsetting and I'm still haunted by the experience, so it was with great reluctance that I agreed to...
  9. Greetings, readers! An update here from the team of n1nj4s working behind the scenes to keep the Megatokyo site up and running: We've just finished migrating the comic site to a brand new server. Things may not look different, but you should see faster load times thanks to a combination of a new hosting provider and efforts to re-compress comic pages without degrading their quality. We're also...
  10. Book 5 of the MegaTokyo: Endgames series is live for all platforms! Amazon Kindle and Paperback can be purchased here. Nook readers can follow this link. Of note, if you are completely unwilling to order through Amazon, you can also order the paperback through Barnes & Noble. And for the first time, Kobo users can go here and be a part of the launch day as well! Thank you again for all...