As the number of still-competing soccer teams dwindles in a certain high-profile tournament, we here at Kodansha Comics have been cheering on our favorite team … IN MANGA! Did you know that we publish not one, not two, not three, but four soccer manga series? This week, we’re hosting our inaugural Soccer Manga Sale at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalker, comiXology, Google Play, iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, and nook.
Here’s the deal
First of all: all digital Volumes 1s (or chapter 1s) of all series listed below only 99¢!
Next: if you like what you’re reading, keep going—because all other volumes are up to 50% off!
And to make it even easier for you, we’ve put some of the series available as a complete series bundles up to 60% off!
Pretty sweet deal huh? But you gotta hurry, because the sale will end on July 16!
Here’s the lineup!
~ Kodansha Comics Soccer Manga Sale ~
Click on the cover to read Chapter 1 for FREE!
by Tsuyoshi Yasuda
From Tsuyoshi Yasuda comes the most exciting soccer manga in the world! During his last spring break before starting high school, Tsukushi Tsukamoto meets Jin Kazama, who invites him to a pick-up soccer game. Their chance meeting, and his first-ever experience with soccer, move kind-hearted, timid Tsukushi to enroll in his new high school’s soccer club, which is among the strongest in all of Japan. Unbeknownst to the rest of the world, there’s something amazing hidden inside Tsukushi’s heart … and through his trials and tribulations in the soccer club, it’s beginning to blossom!
by Masaya Tsunamoto and Tsujitomo
A truly great coach makes the game of soccer interesting! Tatsumi Takeshi is 35 and has spent the last few years coaching in England before being brought back to Japan to coach his old team. His favorite pastime? Causing giant upsets—a.k.a. Giant Killing!
by Naoshi Arakawa
Before Farewell, My Dear Cramer and Your Lie in April, there was … Sayonara, Football, Naoshi Arakawa’s breakthrough soccer manga! 14-year-old Nozomi Onda has only one thing on her mind: playing beautiful soccer. There’s just one problem: no matter how much she longs to participate in official matches, she’d have physically superior boys as opponents. But when a boy from her past confronts her on the street, she decides she can’t wait any longer.
Farewell My Dear Cramer
by Naoshi Arakawa