Another one of these Omake’s that Masaya Hokazono released on twitter. This time a group get landed on the island by the Yakuza and a certain somebody needs their phone charged. #Firstworldproblems
Now that the melting process is over, Tataku has got that new car smell complete with even more super human abilities like splitting his head open. Also a little guest has tagged along for the ride basketcase style.
Honestly, this used to be me on the average saturday night. Ah, to be young again.
Welp! We’ve reached the end of Volume 1 and not much has really happened in the grand scale of things considering this is a third of the story. I mean we’ve barely scratched the surface of this whole mysterious box with a plant woman/monster. I suppose we’ll be seeing much more of her antics, hopefully with a body count to follow.
Also if you’ve noticed anything wrong with spelling or anything else otherwise let me know so I can fix it.
Didn’t think we’d have another chapter so soon, props to the author. Anyway this time the story shifts to Kakeru and Pops for the first half as we find out what was happening to them during the poolside activities.
Sorry I had to. As for our lady friend whose name I’ve forgot, she makes a quick escape due to the dude bro trying to save his other dude bro which is nice to see. Also I like how the executioner is able to stop his swing in an instant, well he probably isn’t human anyway but it’s still cool.
Translation wise I was tempted to trade the V-word with blood suckers as I didn’t really want to type the word Vampire in the script though I decided against it for obvious reasons. It sounds retarded as hell.
Now I know this seems a bit odd from the usual stuff I do but it’s something that I thought like doing, seeing as the video was lacking the necessary subtitles. I took the liberty of taking the translation which was online and fixed it up a little bit to improve flow and some punctuation.
Inside the download link you’ll find the video and subtitles in Afrikaans and English. Also if you didn’t know already Afrikaans pop is really something, give it a whirl you won’t regret it.