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P.S. Triple-san webcomic gets an English translation

Jun 12 // 8BitBrian

[As originally posted on Japanator]

Want to see the PS3 at its most innocent and cute? Well, look no further than the forthcoming P.S. Triple-san webcomic that's making its way to the English speaking world via the iPhone App Store. As you can see above, it's all about the PS3 and its friends in the gaming world.

Right now, the creator has an English-language blog running over at 1Up, where you can see the comics in "breathtaking monochrome, done lovingly by hand in MS Paint." Any color versions that they end up doing (which look a lot nicer, I assure you), they suggest going ahead and downloading the app from the iPhone/iPod store.

Unfortunately, I'm without the hippest and latest technology, so I can't join in the downloading spree, but I'll be sure to keep reading the webcomic. Echoing the sentiments of Canned Dogs, I can't wait for Sony to kick things into gear and turn this into an anime. We've already got Suzumiya Haruhi-chan as one, so why not P.S. Triple-san?

I'm really looking forward to seeing more of these translated. The Japanese seems easy enough, so I might just add the bound volume from Amazon.jp to a shipping order. This looks so cute. Especially X-locks.


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