Monday, October 7, 2013

Green Blood 44-49 (END) 700th release



And here it is, the thrilling conclusion of Green Blood. Luke's determined to defeat Edward King himself, rather than let him die at the noose, but King's always planning something himself...and it's an all out war in Kansas City, to the death at last...and not everyone is getting out alive when the Grim Reaper rides one last time.

One hell of a ride, one hell of a manga. Thank you to the Folen Angel for the help with editing and Music for the amazing script. And a fitting release number 700 at that. Thanks for all you guys bearing with us for the bad raw scans, too. We hope you enjoyed the story, still.

Chapter 44

Chapter 45

Chapter 46

Chapter 47

Chapter 48

Chapter 49


Also, here's another Samurai of the Meiji Restoration. Ueda dealing with life and...finding things ain't as easy as he thought...

Meiji chapter 6

10 comments:

  1. Well done, can't wait for the author's next work.

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  2. Very awesome, a shame to see it end.....thanks a lot for all your work on this great series!!

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    1. It was short but damn good, the author seems so far to always deliver.

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  4. Great series, great work, great Scott that was fast. Now I'm gonna go read Toujuushi Bestialious. Kakizaki-sensei, banzai!

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  5. Thank you for your work and for completing Green Blood :)

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  6. Thank you for all your hard work.
    I don't know if this is proper but may i ask if you could consider picking up the newest manga by Hiroaki Samura , Beageruta

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    1. It's in consideration, but I'd rather not right now while it's so new

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  7. Faster than a speeding locomotive!
    I'll have to check this one out sometime since I am both a fan of detailed art and the wild west setting ;)

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  8. Toujuushi Bestialious, are you going to pick it up, it''s only 5 chapters!

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