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    Lintor is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default L33T speaking Gantz?

    I'm kinda really confused, how come in some of the chapters Gantz speaks in L33T (or 1337 or leet or whatever the hell its called), in some hes got bad english, and some hes got perfect english?

    That confuses me, and can I get the latest ones in the first virsion, that was the coolest

    BTW, cool emoticons, but dont you think there may be too many?
    (insert cool L33T Gantz thingy here)

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    The scanlators. They each have different styles.

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    Lintor is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerimmortal
    The scanlators. They each have different styles.
    Oh, is anyone doing the new ones the cool way or no?
    (insert cool L33T Gantz thingy here)

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    well our scanslation group will be doing it with leet speak. looks cool, and adds to humor


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    Quote Originally Posted by tetnubis
    well our scanslation group will be doing it with leet speak. looks cool, and adds to humor
    Yay, I love you guys now
    (insert cool L33T Gantz thingy here)

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    Yup. We're awesome like that .

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    Does the way Gantz talks in japanese similar to l33t-speak in japanese? Like, does he use the japanese equivalent of l33t? Or did the scanlation group just decide to do that on a whim? Because, as much as I hate l33t normally, as it was used in Gantz was hilarious.
    I told him once or twice; to stop playin' cards, and shootin' dice.... he's in the jailhouse now

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    I'm pretty sure Gantz spoke normally in the original Japanese. After all, there is no Japanese equivalent of l33t speak, simply because it is impossible to substitute anything for Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. Also, the fansubs of the anime were a direct translation, and Gantz spoke plain English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangePulp
    Does the way Gantz talks in japanese similar to l33t-speak in japanese? Like, does he use the japanese equivalent of l33t? Or did the scanlation group just decide to do that on a whim? Because, as much as I hate l33t normally, as it was used in Gantz was hilarious.
    he just flip the letters like the first gantz vol

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    There is japanese 1337 speak >_>

    "The Kusachu language"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leet
    look at "Leet in other languages"

 

 
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