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NEWS: Rozen Maiden's Peach-Pit Launches New Short Manga Series




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Aquamine-Amarine



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PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:22 am Reply with quote
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The series is titled Nishina Tesura ha Suirishinai (Tesla Nishina Isn't Reasoning).


Shouldn't it be "wa" not "ha"? And Tesla sounds like a weird name. I had trouble reading the title when they announced it since that part didn't make any sense.

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"A high school girl stands on the guardrail. What is she going to...!?"


That really isn't a good translation of what that phrase actually says. It was more like "A girl stands on the guardrail. Solve her mystery.". Never actually says that she's a high schooler, although you can probably assume that she is.

On another note, everyone on Twitter is spelling this title wrong. They're using the katakana ニ instead of the kanji 二 like the image says.
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Crystalyn
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 12:04 am Reply with quote
Aquamine-Amarine wrote:
Shouldn't it be "wa" not "ha"? And Tesla sounds like a weird name. I had trouble reading the title when they announced it since that part didn't make any sense.


It should be "wa" yes, we've corrected the article. Thank you.

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That really isn't a good translation of what that phrase actually says. It was more like "A girl stands on the guardrail. Solve her mystery.". Never actually says that she's a high schooler, although you can probably assume that she is.


The translation we have is from the physical copy of the issue of Morning that our staff obtained. In that preview image for the manga, the text does state she's a high schooler, and it does end with the phrase ”彼女は一体...!?" so the translation is correct. I'm not actually sure what phrase you're referencing that has the "solve her mystery" phrase, but it's probably from a different source image.
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manapear



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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 12:49 pm Reply with quote
I love Peach-Pit and their works, so I'm curious what this will be. I'm always hoping they'll get to start something new and moderately long/ongoing, and also that at some point, they'll do another shojo.
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