MIX Chapter 27 Released!

Another week, another MIX chapter! The dream’s closer than ever, just two chapters behind now. Will Arnastia get 29 translated before 30 comes out? I don’t know, but let us hope so! Anyhow, jokes aside, seems like Adachi’s getting into gear for some baseball action in the near future, which is always promising. Also, on this chapter’s page 22 there’s a sign that basically reads “Dog”. In case anyone’s left wondering why such a thing exists, Arnastia wrote an explanation:

This is a sign saying there’s a vaccinated dog kept in that house. It doesn’t necessarily say there’s a guard dog, or a dangerous dog; just that there’s a licensed dog. It seems these are given at the vet every year with a license when vaccinating a dog against rabies. Such a license is mandatory under japanese law to be allowed to keep a dog, and is intended as a rabies outbreak prevention strategy. This is one such sticker.

The 21 on that picture refers to the 21st year of the Heisei era, 2009 on the gregorian calendar, and seems to be included in the stickers, which are meant to be placed in plain sight, to inform of what year the dog was last vaccinated.

As you can see, nothing too important, but then again it won’t hurt to know, either. With that out of the way, you know the drill. Head to the sidebar, pick your preferred method of reading and enjoy. ‘Til next time, cheers!

September 23, 2014 at 19:59 Comments (10)

MIX Chapter 26 Released!

Here we go, ladies and gentlemen, new MIX just out of the oven! This was a pretty nice chapter with some interesting reveals, to say the least. We also went “!!” at how one character got mentioned, even though it was basically one huge “unimportant” tease, hahaha. Anyway, definitely one of the more interesting chapters as of late for Touch fans, and surely leaves you wondering about a bunch of plot points that may get developed in the future.

Also, a quick note: on page 27 of this month’s chapter, Touma is reminiscing about a little conversation he had with Nishimura back in chapter 11. Some of you might notice the translation is slightly different, and we apologize for it. Basically, the translator misunderstood what Nishimura was referring to back then, and this new translation has been updated to reflect what he really meant: the fact that both Meisei and Sumikou aren’t actual threats nowadays.

With all that said, you know the drill. Head to the sidebar and pick your preferred method of reading it. No torrents for now as Nyaa remains more down than up, but we’ll fix that eventually! ‘Til next time, cheers!

September 12, 2014 at 20:00 Comments (8)