Can you tell me more about it?
It's a whimsical take on ww2 featuring characters from Russian folklore.
here's the author's (Hayami Rasenjin) websitehttp://park5.wakwak.com/~rasen/index.html
It appears I was mistaken and the manga eventually did get fully scanned and translated by fans since i last checked
Hopefully some of his other works get translated too, seems like he did a lot of art for scale model magazines (which are still pretty popular in japan)
That sounds great do you have a link or smth
Those characters in the background are so cuuute
One of the best cutesy representations of those people I've ever seen
They are indeed pretty goodtankieTankie
>>6174>Author is a sovietaboo
After knowing about it for ten years, I finally read and finished this manga several months ago and it's probably one of the best I've read in a while.
>NKVD agent sent out to draft a witch girl for the war
>Girl is obviously meant to be Vasilisa from the Baba Yaga stories
>Meet creatures and figures from Slavic and Orthodox folklore
>Chapters in the tankobon end with autistic detail and ramblings of Soviet tech, from calculators to space satellites, or other things like steampunk tech, history of certain tech, to Soviet female soldiers. Sadly not all of those were translated or scanned.
>Killing Nazis(people who anime/manga rather jerk off) and getting chased by a Nazi witch bitch
You can really tell this guy was in love with everything he put into this series. Everything thing from the creatures to the soldiers and their equipment is draw in a cute way I love.
I'm in love with the series, I enjoy the settings and how it mixed myth, religious, with Soviet history, a game or more material in it would've been nice. An anime is long out of the question considering current events. It's already not easy to talk about since weebs are Nazi sympathizers who only care about the Nazi witch bitch jobber and get violently angry at anything that paints communist in a positive light.
But as the author said
>It'd be sad if the war went on forever, after all.
I just noticed this thread is so old that's from before it was fully translated yet>>15947
Ah the online communist tradition of never ironing your flags.
A lot of flags these days use synthetic fabric so im not sure they can be ironed?
You should get a steam iron, they're pretty nice.
>>15945>I'm in love with the series, I enjoy the settings and how it mixed myth, religious, with Soviet history, a game or more material in it would've been nice.
Too add, I remember going to my local comic shop years ago, and finding his art on a card game called Barbarossa.
He also did work on some Japanese only tabletop games like Meikyuu Kingdom, so he's pretty familiar with /tg/ material.
Haven't read it but apparently Golden Kamui has some anarchist themes (see the respective thread)
He's the source of this genderswapped Lenin you might see now and then
And that pic of yours is from a travel log he did on Russia, have a better version
How can a single man be so based
these cheap flags melt anyway
was gonna say it looks like they had it printed at one of those aliexpress vendors. the hsmsic is weirdly shaped; doesn't look like any of the historically used examples either
Some men just are. Even more impressive considering how otaku tend to flow the opposite way
Also the cover for what I think is a follow up for that travel log of his
bump we need more commie mangas
hayami rasenjin is such a cool fucking name