Attack on Titan Humble Manga Bundle Launches Amidst Final Anime Season
The Attack on Titan Final Season Humble Manga Bundle gives fans over $750 worth
of digital manga, light novels, and audio books for only $20
Wednesday, January 6, 2021 – Just in time for the final season of the hit anime, Kodansha USA and Humble Bundle have teamed up to launch the Attack on Titan Final Season Humble Manga Bundle! Right now, fans can get over $750 worth the orig [...]
Looking to be a manga Santa this year? Or maybe you’re looking to give yourself a nice treat to curl up with! To help out with your gift-hunting, we here at Kodansha Comics thought of the two most important parts of any present: who's it for and what’s inside? So the following curated selection of manga features information about what you’re getting and who might want to get it! Nothing feels better than checking off those names from the list (... well, besides seeing them open their gift of course!) Happy Holiday gift hunting!
Don’t miss your chance to survey some of these amazing deals on our biggest, baddest megahit—Attack on Titan and its related materials! Approved by Marco Bott, all of our digital series related to Attack on Titan are on sale! From now until December 9th, get up to 50% off on Attack on Titan and its spinoff series at all of our digital retail partners: Apple Books, BookWalker, Read More »
Things getting weird this fall? We're certainly ready here at Kodansha Comics 'cos we're putting a whoppin' 30+ digital series on sale that'll creep your pants off! That's right, this week all scary mangaareup to 50% offat all of our digital retail partners:BookWalker, comiXology, Google Play, iBooks, Kindle, MyAnimeList, and nook. Sale ends Monday October 28, though!
Ronald Wimberly is a designer based in NY city. He works primarily in narrative. He's worked with The New Yorker, Dargaud, DC, Marvel, Image, Darkhorse, Nike, Benetton and others. Some notable works are the Eisner Award-nomated Sentences for Vertigo, Lighten Up for the Nib on Medium, and Prince of Cats. He's been twice selected for the Maison des Auteurs residency in Angouleme and is the 2016 Columbus Museum of Art/Thurber House 2016 Graphic Novelist Artist in residence. He's exhibited in New York, Tokyo, and Paris.
Attack on Titan Anthologyopens up the world of manga, with Attack on Titanproviding a creative playground for comic-book writers and artists from around the world. Every one of these creators has offered their own unique take on original Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama's dark vision.
Are you looking for the perfect gift for your manga loving friends and family? It can be hard to choose in a sea of series, but this year we’ve got you covered with curated selections for everyone on your list!
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Working in manga, we often get asked for our staff recommendations. It turns out, we are a lot like readers in general—extremely different when it comes to what we like! But if you’re lost and need a push in the right direction, or just want to say that your gifts are Manga Professional Approved, here are our personal favorites.
Genevieve Valentine is the author of novels Mechanique, The Girls at the Kingfisher Club, Persona, and Icon. Her essay and reviews have appeared at The New York Times, The AV Club, and The Atlantic. She’s written Catwoman and Batman and Robin Eternal for DC Comics and Xena: Warrior Princess for Dynamite. She has worked on “An Illustrated Guide to the Glorious Walles Cities” in the Attack on Titan Anthology.
More about Genevieve Valentine: genevievevalentine.com
NY Times best selling artist Tomer Hanuka has been illustrating for magazines, film studios, ad agencies and book publishers. He illustrated covers for The New Yorker, The New York Times, Newsweek and many others. Hanuka won multiple industry awards, including Gold medals from The Society of Illustrators and The Society of Publication Designers. A monograph of his work titled Overkill was published in 2012. The Divine, a Hugo nominated graphic novel he co-created was published in 2015, made The New York Times best seller list and won the International Manga Award.
More about Tomer Hanuka: www.thanuka.com