Megatokyo, Vol. 4 by Fred Gallagher

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CMX is proud to present the latest volume of Fred Gallagher's popular MEGATOKYO, including chapters 5 and 6 from the online webcomic presented in print for the first time. Piro, an obsessed anime/manga fan, and his friend Largo, a hardcore American gamer, adapt their highly unique perspectives on reality to life in Tokyo. While Piro stumbles around a girl he finds himself growing closer to, Largo unexpectedly crashes like a comet into the life of her reclusive friend. Chaos reigns as they are drawn deeper into the worlds of two very different girls.

Also contains additional bonus material, including an expanded version of the short story, Circuity.

 

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Published June 21, 2006 by CMX. 240 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Besides being a funny sendup of a new generation of American "Otaku" (Japanese for anime/gaming fanboys), this is also a clever record of the methodical development of a Web comic and the evolution of Gallagher into a formidable American manga-ka, or comics artist.

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This American manga series is built upon manga fandom, as well as other elements of Japanese culture that outsiders love, like gaming and anime.

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Following the success of his serialized Web comic and the first volume of the print manga, Gallagher continues the story of two computer game- and manga-obsessed American boys stranded in Tokyo.

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