en·tro·py (definition): (1a) Inevitable and steady deterioration of a system or society; (1b) A process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder; entropy [dot] manga [at] gmail.com. Download releases either on IRC (#entropy@irchighway) or directly via links.
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Monday, January 19, 2015

(late) 9th Anniversary

To the departed:

We're not dead! Just really slow. And we also missed our 9th anniversary, which was 31st October. So here's a late release:
- Girl Fight v3 ch20-21

Get them in our IRC channel #entropy on irc.irchighway.net.

Truly Yours,
Entropy Torture Committee

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Terminology Extended

Entropy (definition):
(1a) Inevitable and steady deterioration of a system or society
(1b) A process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder

entropy [dot] manga [at] gmail.com
[dot] = .
[at] = @
Replace the dot with a period and the at with an @. (And in case your common sense went down the drain, there should not be any spaces or brackets in that email address...)

IRC channel: #entropy
IRC network: irc.irchighway.net

Help us spread entropy through:
*Creative Text Interpretations (translating into English from any 1 of the following: Japanese, Korean, or Chinese)
* Original Language Checks (checking other people's translations for accuracy and faithfulness)

* Digital White Outs (cleaning scans as defined by whitening out the foreign language, no redrawing, no typesetting. It's OK to not have Photoshop; other editing software is allowed for this position only.)
* CGI, Creative Graphics Interpretations (purely redrawing all day ... all night)
* Inputting Text (typesetting scans; automatic copy and paste program and font template will be provided)
* Mastering the Art of Entropy (the whole editing package: cleaning and typesetting; redrawing is optional)

An experienced mentor will hold your hand for any one of these positions. But they won't hold your hand for long ... lest they be tempted to cut it off.