Kodanasha Bilingual Love Hina

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Kodanasha Bilingual Love Hina

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A while ago, I found an intriguing manga at my local bookstore.
It was a Bilingual copy of Love Hina. It looked similar to this:
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Online, I hear there are around 6-8 volumes, all imports.
Does anybody know anything about these? They'll make great collectors items.
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Kodansha did quite a few manga releases Bilingually, although they weren't super easy to get, so they stopped eventually. I have a few different vols of various series, including Great Teacher Onizuka. I never got into Love Hina, so I don't know much about that specific release though.
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usamimi wrote:
Mon May 14, 2018 8:38 am
Kodansha did quite a few manga releases Bilingually, although they weren't super easy to get, so they stopped eventually. I have a few different vols of various series, including Great Teacher Onizuka. I never got into Love Hina, so I don't know much about that specific release though.
I was going to mention the GTO volumes - I bought a couple of them from one of our local Japanese bookstores but wound up taking them back because they were bilingual. I was trying to focus on as much immersion to better learn Japanese at the time and found the bilingual nature distracting. I didn't know they had other stuff released like that, too.
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