Sunday, March 25, 2012
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Now THIS is awesome! Two newly translated issues, one of which has never been seen ANYWHERE outside of Italy. Excuse me while I drool at the idea of finally getting to read some PKNA that I've never read before.
Banker is great. It's true!
PKNA Special 1999 - The End of the World
PKNA #32 - Underground
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Banker just went ahead and made another really cool thing: Our very own forum!
It's probably about time we get a place that's more convenient for discussion than the individual comment section. So go check it out!
Oh, and of course Banker also finished a brand new issue!
PKNA#31 - Beato Angelico
Saturday, March 10, 2012
You'll never guess who shows up in this issue.
PKNA #30 - Phase two
#29 Bonus story: 5Y - Completely Personal
#30 Bonus Story: 5Y - Oxygen
By the way, Aspargus32, did I miss one of your bonus stories? I wasn't able to find the one for issue #28 in the comments, but it's possible I've just missed it.
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Potentially very exciting news for German readers: The new Lustiges Taschenbuch Premium is out - and it collects the first four issues of PKNA along with a few bonus stories, some of which have never been published in German before!
Now, how awesome would it be to have an official German translation of the PKNA series? I know the series was originally cancelled after issue #12, but if there's enough interest in these premium books, Germany might actually see the series continue past that point. They might even finally do the whole series!
So if you're German, hurry out and buy this thing! Let's show Disney that there's a market for our favorite series in Germany, and that there's good reason to continue the series past this first book.
Heck, if Germany starts selling PKNA again, it might spread to other countries as well. And I know of quite a few European countries where the fans were disappointed when the series ended too soon.
Oooh, and also:
PKNA#29 - Virus
#27 Bonus story: 5Y - Gossip
Banker and Aspargus32 are awesome as always. By the way, did you see that Banker is planning a motion comic based on 'Fragments of Autumn'?