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Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge (BD) – Volume 4

Volume 5 and 6 are on their way apparently, so here’s Volume 4 before I fall massively behind on this show.

Volume 4 contains Ep05, Ep06, Special 04, and ONAs 16-20.

Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge (BD) – Volume 4 (BD 1080p): [Torrent]
Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge (BD) – Volume 4 (BD 720p): [Torrent]

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9 Comments

    • It’s cropped to the frame before the start of the credits.

      Just an unfortunate matter with the audio running into the credits with this one I guess.

      • Why cut off the credits, though? That seems like an odd thing to do. It’s not like the credits are going to break the bank size-wise, and I kinda like having them anyway…

        • I dunno, I didn’t decide on it. Ask Saeval about it.

          Didn’t bother me personally, and they added nothing so I definitely wasn’t gonna argue it.

  1. Descriptions to please mention that Itsumo Kedaruge and Kyou mo Kedaruge (, Takaka-kun wa) are co-released and collected in these, therefore no batch 1-52 of Kyo on Nyaa et al. Then people will at least have time for Kyou…? TFW you spelt kyo (romanized, but) wrong.

    That in hand; credits match ep. 1’s shockingly well…

    • First off: “Volume 4 contains Ep05, Ep06, Special 04, and ONAs 16-20.” >>> “ONAs 16-20.” – These are the Kyou shorts. This was made abundantly clear when we were releasing both the main show and the shorts back when they aired.

      Secondly: There are only 35 ONA episodes, not 52. Though, I’m not sure if you were just exaggerating the count, so I’ll let that one slip.

      Finally: It’s 今日 which is very regularly, in Hepburn romanisation, romanised as Kyou. So, it’s correctly labelled.

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