This is a great series! It has a great story set in (it's probably the medeval ages having kings and all) but it's very liberal (not for people too young) full of gore and sensual stuff ( I don't have the heart to say it literally ). The characters are all very interesting and unique. And in my popinion it's also well drawn.
Let's try this then:
action, adventure, fantasy, mature, seinen, ecchi, shota, loli
In short Übel Blatt.
Pretty good series, if it weren't for those friggin slow releases. First chapter of volume 5 was released recently but raws are almost at volume 9.
Ubel Blatt is german and means bad herb.
^What's up with that half-assed translation?
Übel means 'bad', 'ill', 'evil'.
Blatt means at most 'leaf' and not herb. It also means 'sheet' (of paper) and well.. alot of other things but the most relevant one is probably 'blade' (as in the sharp cutting part of a weapon or tool). My guess is, the author wanted a meaning like 'evil blade' (considering the plot it does make more sense).
Bad herb is just ridiculous.
Bad herb makes more sense than "blade". Like "bad medicine" for the human race.
^Are we talking about the same manga here?
Cuz I'm talking about a plot of revenge on 7 heroes who betrayed the main character (called a BLADE master), not a threat to humanity - bad medicine for humanity my ass. And mind you, 'Blatt' is not a HERB. There's only one botanic meaning and it's 'leaf'. Period.
Also, wiki agrees with me on 'evil blade'.
I dunno, I kinda like that bad herb interpretation... Anyway, I liked this series a lot...up until volume 6 when it seemingly got shitty. I'll have to wait for the translations to truly pass judgment but eh.
^And I kinda like tits. Unfortunately neither herb nor tits is a translation of 'blatt'. Otherwise I'd have sticked with 'evil tits', darn you german language!
That sounds fucking stupid.
Originally Posted by 4n0n¥m0µ$
This series is nearly as delicious than Tokyo Akazukin and I don't say that lightly. I'm looking forward to more releases.
*shrugs* They're known in Japan to use sum german language that's out of context sometimes. No trolling.