Ubuntu Linux gets a comic book

Ubunchu is a Japanese Manga comic series about students in a sys admin club who are getting into Ubuntu. I wonder if there are comic books about Windows users too.

In case you were concerned that Linux didn't have enough of a presence in pop culture, you can now read English translations of Ubunchu, a Japanese Manga comic series about three students in a sys admin club who are getting into Ubuntu.

Ubunchu: An open source romantic comedy
Ubunchu: An open source romantic comedy Ubunchu

I await the episode where Mark Shuttleworth flies his open-source spaceship to Japan to meet the students.

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