Volume 10 Illustrations

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7 Responses to Volume 10 Illustrations

  1. shadyxlr says:

    wonder if America’s Divas are based on comics since their costumes look so bright and colorful…

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    • necrosis says:

      if this Japanese bastard ruins batman for me I’m taking a flight to japan just to break his legs and slap him in the face


      • DNAnime says:

        Assuming USA’s… Mythology(?) is heros. I’m gonna be pissed if there’s never been a Marvel Vs DC Comic type scenarios. And if they did and Marvel lost then USA’s side is dead to me!


        • Tallion says:

          Altho I too think the USA would have a mythology based on heroes, I would love it if Morgan Freeman were the chief god, hahaha xD Altho Chuck Norris or Ozzy Osbourne would be a good choice too 😀
          And I don’t think the author can just take Marvel, DC or any other heroes and put them in his book…so i don’t really expect any known heroes to appear, but it’s probable that they will be based on the already known heroes.

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  2. ihatecomingupwithusernames says:

    The Frau in Lotte’s name continues to confuse me. In german Frau is the term for Mrs. And per wikipedia: Since the 1970s, Fräulein has come to be used less often, and was banned from official use in West Germany in 1972 by the Minister of the Interior. Nowadays, style guides and dictionaries recommend that all women be addressed as Frau regardless of marital status, particularly in formal situations.

    So, is the author merely using Frau to say Miss Lotte Lieben? He places it at the end of the name (as is done with japanese honorifics), rather than the beginning. But he leaves her name westernized First, Last rather than the reverse.


    • bakapervert says:

      No, I think her name really include ‘frau’


    • Tallion says:

      Jesus man, why did you make such a big deal out of this? xD It’s a simple surname 😛
      If you were already at it, you could have translated “lieben” as in “to love”, so the surname could mean “lady lover” as in someone that loves ladies, which would make it a little weird…
      Germans love their compound words,


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