Did you by any chance mean spallation?
- n. comics The process of scanning and translating foreign language comics (especially Japanese manga or Korean manhwa) into the translator's language, for free distribution over the Internet.
- n. comics a comic that has been scanned, translated, and with translation overlaid onto the original text to produce a second language version of the comic; a scanlated comic
- scanlate + -ion (Wiktionary)
“If every title (the few they are) I read as a scanlation were available legally to view online serialized, I would stop reading them illegally and wait for the legal, pay, serialized chapters instead.”
“- A "scanlation" is a fan-produced translation of a RAW comic.”
“She estimates there are more than 1,000 scanlation groups worldwide.”
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“There are many scanlation groups that drop a project after it is licensed, and tell the readers to support the author and buy the American release, but I would rather support the author without buying it.”
“Is it any wonder that the scanlation user sees no reason to quit?”
“For the last month or so, spinning out of the Nick Simmons plagiarism mess, various smart people online have been bemoaning scanlation sites like One Manga and MangaFox.”
“Thus, it should not be surprising to find out that “Gakuen Alice is the most popular manga on the scanlation conglomeration site Mangafox.””
“Following up on my post pondering what users get from scanlation sites and many of the issues surrounding posting and reading free manga online, there have been some thought-provoking statements around the web in the last couple of days.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘scanlation’.
Looking for tweets for scanlation.