As many of you already know, Ameiro Paradox has been licensed by SuBLime Manga!

This, of course, means that we’ll be discontinuing work on the series.

However, we already have chapter 11 and the volume extra done, so we’re going to go ahead and release those to finish out volume 4.

Everyone has FIVE DAYS to download and read. After that, all of the download links for volumes 1-4 will be taken down and the chapters removed from MangaDex. We’ll leave up the extra papers and such that aren’t part of any collected volumes, and we’ll still work on any of those that may come our way in future.

Also note: This is taking the place of our Sunday release this week. The next release you see from us will be the following Sunday, August 12. We’ll resume our usual posting schedule then.

Ameiro Paradox Drop 11 + Extra: GOOD-BYE, LINK!

    • SuBLime always gets all my money anyway, but, yep. There’s more of it flying right out of my pocket and straight to them. LOL

  1. While itโ€™s great that the series has been licensed (and I will definitely buy the English volumes), I will miss your translation of it. A bittersweet feeling.

    • Ha, sort of like how I’m simultaneously sad that we won’t get to work on it anymore and glad that SuBLime is going to take care of all that work for us! XD

  2. thank you for your hard work translating all this time so we can all enjoy a great series <3 glad to see Sublime is going to get the current volumes out quick next year!

    • Yeah, SuBLime is generally pretty fast to get things out — and more importantly, they’re committed to finishing what they start. I’m never worried about them letting something sit in publishing limbo.

  3. OMG i’m excited, gotta buy the licensed version!!!!!! yay!!! thanks so much for sharing your hard work with us all this time!

  4. Thanks for working on Ameiro all this time, it’s one of my favorites! I’ll definitely buy them once they get published! Think you can make an announcement here when the first volume is out for purchase?

  5. Thank you for all your hard work until now.

    I’m happy for sensei that her work got licensed.
    Even if I admit I’m a bit sad to see it dropped haha. Because the first volume won’t be released until next year so who knows when we’ll get volume 5 and as someone who already saw some of the raws months ago I’m sooooo curious. Well I’ll just have to hope that the french official translation will be faster ๐Ÿ˜„

    • Honestly, you’ll probably get volume 5 from them not a whole lot later than you would have gotten the full thing from us . We would have waited for the Japanese tanko to be released before we started working on it and then it would have taken us a few months to get the entire thing done. They don’t have an official release date for volume 5 yet (presumably because volume 5 doesn’t technically exist yet), but it looks like we can probably expect it in March 2020.

  6. Thank you so much for the release of this cutie one story!!
    Good new!! let’s support the author !!!!

    Thank you very, very much for worked on this project!!

  7. Thank you so much for what you all have done so far!
    I have thoroughly enjoyed every release of Amerio Paradox.
    So happy this series is officially licensed! (Though a bit sad that we’ll have to wait awhile for Vol 5)
    Thank you again for everything your team has done!

  8. thank you so much for all your hard work and for sharing until now. I really love this series and I’m so happy this series got licensed, though I’m gonna miss your translation.. once again thank you so much! ๐Ÿ˜€

  9. Thanks so much for working on this chapter and thank you for having shared this project with us all this time. Of course I’ll be buying my copy when it comes out as I adore this series, but like many others I share the disappoint at having to wait for Sublime’s releases. Sublime is so slow with their publications. so it’ll likely be a couple of years before they even catch up, ugh. However, I’m happy to know that you’ll continue to share extras with us, I love reading their omakes.

    • Compared to a lot of other publishers, SuBLime really doesn’t seem slow to me. Two or three months between volumes in a series is pretty quick. More importantly, though, they’re committed to finishing what they start, so at least we don’t have to worry about anything disappearing into publishing limbo. They donโ€™t have an official release date for volume 5 yet (presumably because volume 5 doesnโ€™t technically exist yet), but it looks like we can probably expect it in March 2020 or so.

  10. THank you soooo much for bringing this much to us! I love anything by NATSUME Isaku, and I’m happy her work is being published by SuBlime. But I’m sad I have to waaaait for volume 5.

    Your header fits my mood perfectly, haha. You’re dropping it because it’s being picked up to be published in English, so it’s all good.

  11. eheheh…I am happy that this one will be published in print! it’s one of my favorites! and that is also because your team did an amazing job with it!
    as a reader I can only say that if not for the scanlation teams I wouldn’t have the collection of printed manga I own…It’s not the biggest because I could only start buying it after online shopping became easier and when I started living alone and earning money for it…overall I have over 200 volumes and more than half is yaoi…and all the titles were partially or completely scanlated! so I think your team…and all the teams I know…are awesome because I do understand the work and love you put into bringing us these titles! Thank you for all of your work in this project!

    • Yep, same here; I discovered BL manga because of scanlation, then started dumping excessive amounts of money into it soon after. I gather it’s the same for a pretty large number of people. In a similar vein, I’ve discovered and become a fan of a number of books/films/etc. by first running across fanfiction and fanart based on those books/films/etc. Fans are incredibly effective at expanding their own fan communities.

      That having been said, I’m not going to try to claim that I scanlate for any kind of noble reasons. ๐Ÿ˜› I do this because (1) it’s the only way I’ll ever be able to read and possess an English copy of many works by authors I love and (2) sharing those works in English means that I’ll have other English-speaking fans to talk about them with. Pretty straight-forward. It IS a hell of a lot of work, though. LOL

      • Well…I think your reasons for doing scanlation are good! There are a lot of titles that wouldn’t reach the world outside of Japan if not for scanlation…a lot of mangakas that we wouldn’t know…
        …and it would be impossible to have all the titles published in print…but I must admit I would love to be able to do that…
        but though I never scanlated I can imagine the work the team has…and it’s sad that the teams sometimes have so many issues with fans and publishers and even among teams…you are taking time of your lives to do this…and that is not easy…there shouldn’t be extra worries…
        for me I am very thankful for your work! and I am hoping to pre order Ameiro paradox as soon as possible ehehehe! Thank you! ๐Ÿ˜€

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