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Megatokyo, Volume 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2005

    This is one of the best books ever!

    The second book in the hard-copy Megatokyo series! If you've never before had Megatokyo avalible to you 24-7, with or without internet, then you need to try this. I mean, who can resist Piro, Largo, and the rest of the crew in a pocket-size version? Buy this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2004

    THE BEST ONE YET (even though there are only 2)

    Excelent i nothing can beat MT i Recomend this to anyone who is looking for a good laugh, any gamer, or any one who wants to travel to japan Largo is the best i think i will buy a copy for my friend

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2004

    How can it be bad?

    With wonderful comics including Mosh Mosh Revolution and a drunken confrontation, how could this volume be bad? Wonderful for fans, but new readers will probably be a bit lost without Volume 1. The extras included a short story taking place in the Endgame world. It seemed incomplete and rushed to me. Nice illustrations as usual, but dead plotwise. However, Megatokyo has no need of tack-ons to be worth it. Much more convinient than the internet version, the book is what you need.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2004

    For the Piro/Largo in each of us!

    Though I have yet to see this edition, only because it's still a few weeks in arriving, I can't wait! My opinion's being based on the work Fred did with the web version being published with I.C Entertainment and how nicely it turned out, I can only imagine what he and the members at Dark Horse will create for this edition. Even if you follow the comic online and know it by heart, the extras that Fred puts within the printed editions make reading it on paper a terrific experience for old and new fans alike.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2004

    MT is Back

    With all the work and detail that went into the first book, most megatokyo fans cannot wait until the second book comes out. Fred is a gifted man with a sometimes twisted sense of humor which in this case is a great thing. AS a constant reader of the series, I cannot wait to see how Fred decides to out do himself this time. All current readers of the series know what will be happening in the book storywise, but not even we know what little surprises Fred has decided to put into the book.

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