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5.0 out of 5 stars Volume 5, 28 Dec 2009
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Volume 5 contains chapters 7 and 8 of the long-running webcomic Megatokyo. If you've not yet read these chapters, then rest assured, the story just continues to get better, with its eclectic mix of compelling and fascinating characters (all of them continuing to be revealed piece by piece as the story unfolds), zany humour, beautiful artwork, and a storyline full to bursting with memorable and quotable scenes and some real heart-touching moments.

If you've already read the chapters, then yes, it is worth buying the book so you can read them in paper format. Firstly, you get the story without all the silly "Shirt Guy Dom" stuff (but it's still there at the end, if there's anyone who actually wants to read those strips). Secondly, it's much easier to re-read and flip about and check details that you missed or only half-remember. And since an awful lot of the pleasure of Megatokyo is picking up on those details, you will want to do this. A lot. Finally, this volume includes the long-awaited official character guide, containing a few snippets of information that haven't come up in the story so far at all!
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4.0 out of 5 stars More than before!, 26 May 2008
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Number 5 is even thicker than previous volumes, which can only be a good thing. Much the same format as previous volumes. This book includes chapters 7 and 8, complete with a host of Dead Piro Art Days, and a Megatokyo reader's guide, and character guide at the back.
Sadly there's no side-story (like Circuity in volume 4) this time. This volume is just Megatokyo with a few bells and whistles attached.

Paper's good quality, spine doesn't fall apart and the front cover's in colour.
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