Megatokyo (online comic)

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Alternative title:
メガトーキョー (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Megatokyo begins at a gaming con, but, that's not the whole story. Largo and Piro, the main characters, end up in Tokyo with no way of returning back the the U.S. With a little help (and lots of ammunition and weapons of all sorts) they may return to the States.
Vintage: 2000-08-14
Release dates: We have 6
Trivia: We have 2
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Graphic novel
    Megatokyo (GN 1) 2002-12-23
    Megatokyo (GN 1) 2004-03-10 (from $6.26)
    Megatokyo (GN 2) 2004-01-21 (from $6.89)
    Megatokyo (GN 3) 2005-01-19 (from $6.26)
    Megatokyo (GN 4) 2006-06-21 (from $7.49)
    Megatokyo (GN 5) 2007-04-25 (from $8.24)
    Megatokyo (GN 6) 2010-07-20 (from $6.91)
    Megatokyo [Omnibus] (GN 1-3) 2012-04-17 (from $14.99)

English staff
English cast
Author:
Fred Gallagher (aka Piro)
Rodney Caston (aka Largo; retired)
Design: Darin Fabrick
Editing:
Dominic Nguyen (aka Dom)
Tim Ervin-Gore
Layout: Ellen Ohlmacher
Publisher: Mike Richardson
Stick Art: Dominic Nguyen
Type Placement: Ellen Ohlmacher
(none)
English companies
Licensed by:
CMX Manga (volumes 4-6)
Dark Horse Comics (volumes 1-3)
Studio Ironcat (Volume 1)
German staff
German companies
(none)
Publisher: eidalon
German cast
(none)
Polish staff
Polish companies
(none)
Publisher: Mandragora
Polish cast
(none)
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