Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane - Chapter 26

Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane Chapter 26

Mahiru-chan (kyah!) best girl.

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18 comments to Majyo to Houki to Kurobuchi Megane – Chapter 26

  • Rawr

    Thankyou, though I think on page 2, left panel, 2nd down I think that’s meant to say glomp not clomp right? As shes hugging from behind.

  • svines85

    Awesome, thanks a lot!!

  • mogu

    I can tell you with no doubt in my mind that “glomp” was never under consideration to go in that panel.

    • Rokudaime

      Shouldn’t it be “glomp” though? :-/ I thought that was used specifically for when someone is being surprise-hugged from behind? Does “clomp” mean the same thing? Does it mean anything? I’ve never heard “clomp” before…

      • Rawr

        It should, but at the end of the day he’s welcome to put what he likes there. I only mentioned as It seemed like a mistake to me.

        By all definitions clomp doesn’t suit the scene at all lol.

  • Rokudaime

    Ixlone always goes for the lolis as usual (not that I don’t agree in this case though). 😛 Anyways, thanks!

  • Rokudaime

    Finished reading! Great chapter! One thing though:
    On page 3, in the bottom third panel on the left side, I think it should be “You didn’t use to be that fast, did you?”.

    • Rokudaime

      Or maybe not…It sounds weird, but I see from the internet that both teachers and dictionaries aren’t in complete agreement with each other about this particular case, especially between Americans and the British…It’s like, everyone agrees that “used” is the past tense of “use”, and that you can put “used” after other words, like “never”, to make sentences like “You never used to be that fast, did you?”, but in combination with “did” or “didn’t”, things become more foggy. ┐(ï¿£_ï¿£)┌ Oh well, whatever.

      P.S: Sorry for all the double-posting!

    • It would never have even entered my mind to put “use” there.

      • Rokudaime

        Well in the same way, it would never have even entered my mind to put “used” there. 😛

        But well, if you Google “didn’t used to” (without the quotes), you’ll see that there’s quite a lot of discussion about it, and that some people provide citations from dictionaries, editors of dictionaries, and teachers, who disagree with each other. So I don’t know. ┐( ̄ー ̄)┌ It’s no big deal anyway I guess.

  • mogu

    There aren’t hard rules for onomatopoeia. As long as it represents the proper sound in a clean and easily-understood way, it is fine.

    Getting too hung up on it and demanding commonly accepted version be used every time isn’t a good thing, and if everyone did that, other onomatopoeia which have entered common parlance (such as “fap” or the aforementioned “glomp”) would never have come about.

    Read an English-language comic book and you’ll notice they use lots of variation on the particular spellings of the onomatopoeia to give off slightly different feelings.

    • Rokudaime

      Fair enough. Also, just to point out: I wasn’t demanding anything, I was just asking (by which I mean I wasn’t asking you to use “glomp”, I was asking you if “glomp” wouldn’t be more correct, and if “clomp” served the same purpose. You provided a perfectly good answer/reply though).

  • mogu

    And I was simply explaining myself.

    I personally have a distaste for the connotations that “glomp” has accrued over the years, but it actually does a good job of describing the sound, so instead I chose to use a variation.

    If I had thought of it at the time, I might have avoided it completely and put something like “bomf”.

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