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Megatokyo, Volume 4 (MegaTokyo #4)

4.07  ·  Rating Details  ·  552 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
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 ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 21st 2006 by CMX
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Selena
I must say, I have been saving this gif for an appropriate occasion. This is most definitely the time to apply it.

Kimiko, Piro, and you too, Largo and Erika:
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I also loved the bonus story, "Circuity." I teared up a bit at the end there.

It also didn't have one of the big issues with the main story, that issue being waaaaay to much dialogue. "Circuity" had just enough dialogue to get the story across, but not so much that it bogged things down or just made everything text heavy. The main story has s
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Jun 13, 2014 Teeny rated it really liked it
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Things heat up between Pirouette and his voice actress crush while Largo and Erika somewhat bond. There's also a surprising secret about Erika that comes out
Aaron
Mar 28, 2007 Aaron rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Comics lovers, parodists, nerds
More fun than you can shake a stick at. Megatokyo functions as both an homage to and parody of shojo manga, where you can tell who's gonna hook up with who by the end of the first chapter, but it takes ten volumes to get there. Fred Gallagher's art has gone from functional to solid and is moving into the virtuosic territory, while his writing remains surprisingly deep, giving us a punch (comic or emotional) at the end of each page while still threading an intricate overall story-arc. All of this ...more
Kaitlyn
Jan 12, 2012 Kaitlyn rated it it was amazing
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Story and art by Fred Gallagher. Megatokyo is a book about the characters named Piro-San and Largo. They are to americans that are stuck in Tokyo because of the party they went to. Now Piro has to work in a gaming store to get the money to get back home. Hyasaka-san is his co-worker. Her and Largo are OK friends i guess. Ping-chan is a Playstation accessory and Miho-chan is....Well I don't even know. There are little fairy people (or what ever you want to call them). There are giant turtles. Its ...more
David
Aug 15, 2009 David rated it really liked it
Another loan from the Capital Area District Library, and a good one at that. The past coincidences surrounding the video game that Piro, Largo, and Tohya-san played in fade into the background as Piro gets closer to Nanasawa-san, and Largo gets closer to Hayasaka-san. Of course, Sonoda-san's art lessons never seem to happen, she finds out more about her father's job, and her mother's past. Mostly hints, though.

I know that I keep saying it, but the series reads so much more cohesively as a paper
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Gwen
May 30, 2011 Gwen rated it really liked it
I've been reading Megatokyo for around ten years now and it still brings me joy. If you have a passing interest in manga, games, and light hearted romance plots this series is wonderful.
Adam
Nov 21, 2009 Adam rated it it was amazing
Please see my review of the first one, as I feel that, despite the amazing quality of this series, there isn't a whole lot one can say about each individual volume.
Max
Sep 18, 2011 Max rated it it was amazing
This series gives a look at the gaming/fanboy side of Japanese modern culture. Great art and storyline.
Jesus Pacheco
Nov 12, 2010 Jesus Pacheco rated it it was amazing
touching back to the old humor amazing


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This installment is much more soap opera like.
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