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For one week only, we're showcasing series that were originally a manga then adapted into an anime during The All-Time Manga-to-Anime Sale! Chec [...]
Kodansha Comics brought some serious heat to the Fall 2017 anime season—in particular Welcome to the Ballroom, Inuyashiki, and Land of the Lustrous raised the bar of CGI anime, for one thing, and actualized the imaginative world of manga.
This week's Fall Anime Season Finale Sale features those most recently anime-ated series and puts them at a 50% discount at all of our digit [...]
We love Fantasy Manga!
An awesome supernatural power? Check. Steampunk technology? Check. Mythological creatures that tries to eat you? Check! Yes, we all love the world of fantasy where anything and everything goes!
Candy ... costumes ... and everything scary ... Gearing up for Halloween? We certainly are here at Kodansha Comics and this week, we're putting all the horror manga—including our 3 newly released October Horror reveals—on sale up to 50% off at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalker, comiXology, Crunchyroll, Google Pl [...]
Update April 11: Kodansha Comics announced today it is continuing to expand its growing list of well-received digital-first manga titles with the series debuts of GTO Paradise Lost, Toru Fujisawa’s sequel to his beloved manga classic Great Teacher Onizuka, and Domestic Girlfriend (Japanese title Domestic na kanojo), Kei Sasuga’s love-triangle romancer that’s a top requested title by Western fans—and a bestseller in Japan. Volume 1s of both titles go on sale today April 11 on all of Kodansha’s digital retail channels.
— More March digital debuts —
After announcing Ace of the Diamond, All-Rounder Meguru, and Giant Killing at Emerald City Comic Con earlier this month, we've got more series making their Volume 1 digital-first debuts, keeping up our 2017 ramp-up of digital titles: Natsumi Eguchi's hellfire comedy Hozuki's Coolheadedness, Kotono Kato's alternate-history medieval war-drama Altair: A Record of Battles, Ryosuke Tomoe's disturbing serial-killer thriller Museum, and a surprising parody-sidestory set in the Read More »