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There were so many amazing anime based on Kodansha Comics in 2017. In fact, some of those series (8, to be precise) are runners-up for this year's Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Whether you're a fan of the manga or the anime, your vote matters and counts towards the glory! So let's get together and root for these nominees!
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 [...]
Keep yourself warm with these digital manga bundles!
Brrrr ... It's COLD outside! There's never been a more perfect time to stay cozy indoors and catch up on some manga!
Starting January 9, Kodansha Comics has launched 17 new digital manga bundles (all completed series or a anime-season equivalent) on comiXology!
That means: you can now binge-read a full manga series, for around 30% [...]
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 [...]
Starting Cyber Monday, and for one week only, we're offering 50% off on digital "cyber manga"—manga that features some of our favorite all-star cybernetic heroes, including Inuyashiki, The Ghost in the Shell, Battle Angel Alita, and the latest big fantasy hit, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime—at all our digital retail partners: Read More »
The protagonist of Inuyashiki is not a hot guy or girl. Ichiro Inuyashiki is 58 years old and often gets mistaken for his daughter’s grandfather. One day he encounters an unidentified flying object. His body destroyed, he awakens to realize he has a new mechanical body. That’s when Inuyashiki’s journey to find the meaning of life—by saving other people’s lives—begins.
This unusual action hero series by Hiroya Oku (whose previous work was the megahit GANTZ) ends at Volume 10. (Volumes 1-9 are currently available from Kodansha Comics in print and digital; Read More »