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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% [...]
Going to Anime NYC? Kodansha Comics is exclited to join this new anime convention in our hometown!
Kodansha Comics Booth #416
Come and check out pre-streets and new release books and exclusive products at the Kodansha Comics booth (#416)!
Kodansha Comics Manga Announcement Panel
We've got a slew of reveals for new manga coming in 2018! Plus, a chance to ask your que [...]
"Every rose has its thorn," right? It's so true, and with that in mind, we celebrate manga this week that walk that fine line between beauty and danger, including our 2 newest digital debuts, the goth-thriller Kasane by Daruma Matsuura and the off-kilter romantic comedy Real Girl by Mao Nanami.
Volume 1s of both titles go on sale today May 30 at up to 50% regular price on all of Ko [...]
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.
2017 marches on with more digital manga debuts! (See last month's big announcement.)
On February 14th, rising manga star Akiko Higashimura follows up her best-selling Princess Jellyfish with the hilarious Tokyo Tarareba Girls, where Higashimura once again sharpens her razor wit on the lives of young women in the big city. This time she hones in on one single thirtysomething and her dystopian dating problems—”One day I woke up and I was 33”—just in time for Valentine’s Day!
You can [...]