Say Hello to Black Jack" English Translation Project Is on the Go at "Nico Nico Seiga"

Nov 11th 2010
CHUOU-KU, TOKYO, November 11th 2010
From Thursday November 11th, "Niconico Seiga", an online slide-show presenting system run by Niwango Inc. (HQ: Chuou-Ku, CEO: Seiji Sugimimoto), is now fully-adopting to the English translation project of "Say Hello to Black Jack", a famous Japanese manga which illustrated the inside of the medical front.
We would bring forward this project with the support of Shuho Sato, the well-known manga artist who also wrote and illustrated "Umizaru", also a famous manga which has been made into TV drama and movies.

This project has started when Shuho Sato, one of the most famous Japanese manga artists, tweeted "Please help me translate 'Say Hello to Black Jack'", on October 26th. (http://twitter.com/satoshuho)
Following Sato's tweet, the director of "Niconico Seiga” has stood up to support this innovative project on his twitter, and by using t, and proposed a feature for worldwide collaboration, which has been kindly agreed by the author.

"Niconico Seiga" has opened "http://Niconico.com", and we are now seeking for help from around the world for translation.
Have a go for translation if you speak Japanese. Have fun with the translated manga and tell us what you thought about it through Twitter or Facebook.
Please help us for the success of the "Say Hello to Black Jack" English translation project.


About Niwango Inc.
Niwango Inc.(HQ: Chuou-ku, CEO: Seiji Sugimoto) provides different internet services using asynchronous communication, such as Nico Nico Douga, one of the largest Video sharing website in Japan, and “Niwango”, an e-mail using information search service.
http://niwango.jp/

- "Say Hello to Black Jack" translation project
Open date:November 11th, 2010 ~
Condition for translation:Nothing (Free sign-up for Nico Nico Douga is required)
Condition for viewing:Nothing
Website URL :http://Niconico.com

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