In the near future: A world renowned mathematician/physicist Francis Dullam loses his left brain hemisphere and retires from hard science to study dolphins. Several years later he comes up with the new thesis which is essentially a collection of dolphin footage. As the "thesis" is being severely criticized by the media, Ishii Mitsunari (a student living in America) discovers the idea hidden there, that will help to create the true Artificial Intelligence.
Motivated to create the AI first Mitsunari leaves for Okinawa to follow the footsteps of Dullam.
This was recently released via ebook, so you can buy them here or here if you want to support the author. He's also a pleasant person to talk to.
Note that the color page in this was greyscaled in the tank. Fortunately, the public magazine raws include the color page. I managed to secure one of the magazines with the color page, but the other two are out of print and not for sale anywhere. If I see them, I'll nab them.
CDJapan Amazon JP (looks like they've revamped their shipping so that it's not ridiculously expensive. If you buy it new from Amazon itself, you'll get AmazonGlobal shipping, which is 3-4 day shipping for $10)
Juri Yukawa lives with her NEET father and brother, her retired grandfather, her sister (a single mother) and her young nephew. One day, her nephew and brother are kidnapped for ransom. Having only 30 minutes to meet the demands of the kidnappers, Juri, who realizes there is not enough time to prepare the money, decides to head for their rescue by herself with knife in hand when her grandfather uses a mysterious stone passed on in the Yukawa family to stop time. In a world where everyone and everything are inert, Juri and her father and grandfather run to rescue the two. But at the kidnappers' hideout, they soon realize they are not the only ones who can move about in this still world...
I kept forgetting about this, but here it is. You can't ask for staff if they don't know what they'd be working on, right?
Here are the downscaled JPG folders for the magazines I've scanned thus far. I will update this post as I scan more. The scans might not be cropped, but they should be clear enough to give an idea of the translation/editing effort needed. Refer to the spreadsheet to see what's in each issue (if I updated it).
If you'd like to help with a story or two, then please email me. Some chapters require minimal editing, but the lines may be faded, depending on the age of the issue. The JPG scans are around quality 4 (don't remember), so I have the .tif files for anyone that wants them for editing. You can preview the chapters here, whenever I get around to making posts. You can read TSOJ's reviews for a few of the issues here.
Note that I'm skipping Kamui Den and Kitaro. Both either have readily available raws, scanlations, or volumes that can be scanned.