Puchimasu Ch.61 September 7, 2013 by KCategories MangaTags Puchimasu13 CommentsDDL: [MEGA] | Online: [Reader]We don’t release manga, we release .zip or .rar files with images inside of them.That is all.
13 thoughts on “Puchimasu Ch.61”
You guys died again?
I’m not involved in world three personally so I don’t know. But I would guess that things seem to be going normally – there just isn’t much happening at the moment. Things will probably pick up later on in the month.
Good grief, man. It’s only been a week. We do have lives. And other hobbies. Mostly just other hobbies. Like binge-reading web comics and stuff. Not that anybody I know would spend all week doing that. Yeah, of course not. Nope, definitely not. Certainly not me. All right, it was me. :(
Well, man, can’t blame me. You guys have created a need for updates in me. Anyway, it’s not like I check the feed three or four times a day, hahaha.
K, will you do the extras of Puchimasu vol.5?
Hey guys, three months have passed so up for more Shinda Watashi no Monogatari?
I emailed you guys about sending in some scans of the Watamote vol 4 omake, but there’s been no reply yet. I wanted to ask what your preferred file format is and how I should send them to you.
I have no clue, but I’ll pass along the notice to the rest of them since they handle Watamote.
Hello, thanks a lot for your help.
If you don’t mind, you could email the files to me somehow (the scans would probably be too large to send as an attachment, but I’m thinking you could upload them to some kind of hosting service and email me a link. My email is [email protected] ) and then I could transfer them to the rest of the group for you.
I’m not sure what the best format would be, but I think full size unprocessed .png or .jpg files would probably be good.
I’ve been told before that .tiff is recommended for scanlations, but is jpg ok for you guys then?
Ah yeah, now you mention it, tiff would probably be best.
PNG is lossless compression. TIFF is no compression at all. Either one will work since neither kill actual detail. JPEG, on the other hand, is totally lossy compression, even at high detail levels. I’d strongly recommend avoiding it at all costs.