Zettai Seigi/Justice Monster (in progress)

Justice
Is anything permissible so long as it is in the name of justice? In this psychotic, suspense-filled horror show, the main character attempts to dish out her own brand of mad, evil justice upon her four friends.

Hi it's pretty rare that I'm working on the drama which has about 40 minutes or less of duration. It would be a long time update. Perhaps I need a month for 1 or 2 episodes. Wish everything going well.

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Prince of Legend [dropped]

Peace! ✌


Hi! The English subs for Prince of Legend are already available on dailymotion site (without released the first episode). I just asked the subber about this, and he (Rjgman56) intends to sub the all of episodes. I thought it in the right hands. I'm sorry, you have been waiting so long. Sometimes we are impatient for the subs of our favorites dramas xD. These days, my laptop is out off work and currently on service. While I was subbing Liverleaf it already had any errors and issues. And I was trying to make it with my handphone (I used "Subcake" app) and it was like hell, seriously. In other reason, I need to re-time the timed subs, and of course it made all became more difficult lol. And for a POL, I'm currently working half of it (57% of episode 2 used Subcake, and I gave up then waiting for my laptop getting back to continue it lol), eventhough I'm so busy with my school days (yeah, actually I'm just a kid lol), I always put my time on it, and being struggled cause it haven't finished lol. I'm sorry I have to drop it. I don't want to work on something that someone else is working too. I have to appreciate the others works. I don't want to duplicate. It will waste my times and all efforts if I also working on it. I do prefer pick up something else, actually, there are a bunch of dramas that haven't had the subtitles yet. And thanks to mikushine for being my timer and put the hard work and helped me. You did well. ^ ^

[ENGLISH SUB] Liverleaf 2018

When liverleaf couldn't bear the harsh winter anymore, at that time the white snow covered by red blood

Synopsis:

In “Liverleaf,” there’s a whole gang of them: pupils at a rural middle school on the brink of closure, who’ve been finding ever more vicious ways to torment a recently arrived transfer student, Haruka (Anna Yamada). The bullies are keen to curry favor with the class’s honey-blonde queen bee, Taeko (Rinka Otani), who was briefly friends with the new arrival, but now affects a bored disdain while tacitly encouraging her abusers.

Haruka’s sole friend is another transfer student, Mitsuru Aiba (Hiroya Shimizu). A handsome loner, he spends his free time photographing the local flora, including the eponymous liverleaf — a hardy wildflower that endures the winter snows and blooms with the arrival of spring. Whether any of the class will still be alive by then, though, is another question.

After contenting themselves with grisly pranks like stuffing a dead crow into Haruka’s desk, the bullies ramp things up a few thousand notches by burning her house down, while her family is still inside. Soon enough, their victim has morphed into an angel of vengeance, stalking the winter landscape like a pint-size version of Meiko Kaji’s character in “Lady Snowblood.”

This lurid nonsense — as if it wasn’t obvious by now — is adapted from a manga. Rensuke Oshikiri’s “Liverleaf” (known as “Misu Misou” in Japanese) was a relentlessly bleak tale that seems to have acquired a cult reputation mostly by virtue of its nastiness. Working from a script by Miako Tadano, Naito sticks closely to the original story, though occasionally allows a glimmer of humanity to penetrate the stifling, stylized gloom.

He shows particular fidelity in depicting the various ways characters are stabbed, sliced and shot, which tells you a lot about the audience that he’s trying to satisfy here. To describe the film’s violence as cartoonish would probably be taken as a compliment. There’s a palpable joy in the schlocky prosthetics and cascades of blood, and they’re the closest “Liverleaf” gets to demonstrating a sense of humor. 

Oshikiri’s manga wasn’t the most nuanced tale to begin with, and Naito’s cast occasionally transcends the thinly defined characters. Rena Otsuka is a standout as Rumi, a victimized student who joins — and dramatically escalates — the bullying campaign in order to avoid becoming a target herself. Though her early scenes are overly mannered, Otsuka succeeds in humanizing a character that in the original was little more than a grotesque.

The film also presents Taeko in a slightly more sympathetic light, suggesting that there may have been a different way of telling the story, focusing more on the relationship between Haruka and the architect of her misery. A hushed, dreamlike sequence in which Taeko rides the bus while quietly singing along to a CD “borrowed” from her former friend’s collection lingers longer than any of the film’s bloodbaths.

This is one manga adaptation that would have benefitted from taking greater liberties with its source material. “Liverleaf” is Naito’s most technically accomplished work to date, but it could’ve used a little more soul. (japantimes)

Subtitle:  MEGA||  Subscane

Enjoy~ 

[ENGLISH SUBS] GIVER (Complete)

This is a terribly tricky trail of a revenge agent.

Giver Fukushuu no Zouyosha


Date: From 12.12 a.m., Saturdays, 14 July 2018
Station: TV Tokyo
Scriptwriters: Tsugita Jun (Deadstock, Tokyo Vampire Hotel), Komine Hiroyuki (Kaseifu no Mitazono Series, Kaike Renai Sakusen, Bitter Blood)
Original Work: Giver Fukushuu by Hino So
Genre: Mystery
Cast: Yoshizawa Ryo, Morikawa Aoi, Ono Yuriko, Watanabe Shu, Mizuhashi Kenji, Bokumoto Sakiko, Tayama Ryosei


Synopsis:

Giba (Yoshizawa Ryo) is a young man who lacks emotions. He takes revenge on other people dispassionately and does a perfect job of it. His clients include a high school girl whose classmate was murdered, a woman who is a victim of a fake marriage and the family of a serial  murder victim. Giba does as requested by clients, cornering his targets in the best, brutal way as if gouging their hearts. He has several buddies and they are led by a mysterious girl called Taker (Morikawa  Aoi). How did they get started in this line of revenge?

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[ENGLISH SUBS] Mirai-san Episode 05 END

In this world, no one knows how to use the new technology correctly.

Synopsis:
Mirai who does nothing but playing games  every day in a jersey form.  She as member of revolutionary,  self-proclaimed that NEET does not need  to work "In the future, humans  do not have to work". She is fighting  every day with her father who is  angry and says "If you do not work, go  out". Her older brotherintroduces a "virtual worker" it can make you work while staying at home. Can Mirai work?

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[ENGLISH SUBS] Mirai-san Episode 04

Nature is good after all.

Mirai's father is depressed all day. It seems due to the fact that his favorite park is gone. Mirai, who was afraid that she should to work, took his father to the spot of the future...

Synopsis: 

Mirai who does nothing but playing games  every day in a jersey form. She as member of revolutionary,  self-proclaimed that NEET does not need to work " In the future, humans  do not have to work". She is fighting every day with her father who is  angry and says "If you do not work, go out". Her brother who believes  and supports her is a researcher who develops future tools. Even though  he developed a variety of tools for Mirai, she exploits it. What kind of  lives does the Mirai's family really fulfill?

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[ENGLISH SUBS] Mirai-san Episode 03

Mirai's mother (Imako) has strange behavior recently. She enjoys a conversation with the Indian, Mr. Rafiziya with a future tool, "Interface Translation". What's the act that Mirai took to her father who suspects her mom has an affair? 

Synopsis:

Mirai who does nothing but playing games  every day in a jersey form. She as member of revolutionary,  self-proclaimed that NEET does not need to work " In the future, humans  do not have to work". She is fighting every day with her father who is  angry and says "If you do not work, go out". Her brother who believes  and supports her is a researcher who develops future tools. Even though  he developed a variety of tools for Mirai, she exploits it. What kind of  lives does the Mirai's family really fulfill?

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Enjoy~

[ENGLISH SUBS] Mirai-San Episode 02

The unfashionable's Mirai doesn't want to work.

Hi! This series going well, I'm excited. Mirai (Non) was so mischievous and impolite, made many troubles and messing around, that's annoyed me (lol ) but she's still so cute and I do love her. I've felt so happy that she comes back, even it's just a mini-drama, step by step, day by day, she is going to come up to the surface. I think she will do something great in the future.

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