Viz Manga Comes to Comixology, CLAMP Comes to Dark Horse Digital

500 volumes of manga added to Comixology while "Cardcaptor Sakura" and "Clover" hit Dark Horse Digital

Viz has announced that they will begin offering their manga on the digital, cloud based comiXology platform using its right-to-left "Manga Fixed Format." The publisher's manga is also offered on their own platform, Nook, iBookstore, Kindle and Google Play.

 

 

The 500 volumes available on platform launch include

BAKUMAN – all volumes

BLEACH – all volumes and same day as print

BLUE EXORCIST

CLAYMORE

DEATH NOTE

DRAGON BALL FULL COLOR (SAIYAJIN)

DRAGON BALL/ DRAGON BALL Z

HIKARU NO GO

KNIGHTS OF THE ZODIAC

NANA

NARUTO

ONE PIECE

ONE-PUNCH MAN

ROSARIO + VAMPIRE

ROSARIO + VAMPIRE SEASON II

RUROUNI KENSHIN

RUROUNI KENSHIN: RESTORATION

SHAMAN KING

TENJO TENGE

THE PRINCE OF TENNIS

 

Meanwhile, publisher Dark Horse has begun offering CLAMP titles on their digital platform starting with Clover and Card Captor Sakura.

 

Clover

Kazuhiko is a young, but already deeply wounded black ops agent of a baroque, retro-tech future-pulled out of retirement to escort Sue, a mysterious waif, to a destination she alone knows. Sue and Kazuhiko have never met . . . yet she knows him, having grown up since the age of four with her only human contact two distant voices: that of her elderly "grandma," General Ko, and of Kazuhiko's dead girlfriend, Ora. And Sue has been kept in that cage all these years because of what she is, and what the Clover Leaf Project found her to be—a military top secret, and the most dangerous person in the world.

 

Cardcaptor Sakura

Fourth grader Sakura Kinomoto finds a strange book in her father's library—a book made by the wizard Clow to store dangerous spirits sealed within a set of magical cards. But when Sakura opens it up, there is nothing left inside but Kero-chan, the book's cute little guardian beast . . . who informs Sakura that since the Clow cards seem to have escaped while he was asleep, it's now her job to capture them!

 

 

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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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