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Where do you obtain Manga?
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23 / F / Middle-East(not m...
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Posted 3/20/08
Since I'm staying in a country where I can't find manga ANYWHERE!!! I read it manga's in onemanga.com and ofcourse CR.
But whenever I go back to my home country I spend ours searching for good manga's in a cute lil shop which i forgot the name of .
I totally appreciate it that CR has manga.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
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onemanga.com
mangavolume.com
bookstores, etc!~
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31 / M / The Arena of the...
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A store in my area called AnimeNuts. Their selection is good, the prices are better than any other place, and there aren't dozens of annoying kids sitting in the aisles and blocking them.
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I buy em'. :/
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Posted 3/21/08
Barnes n' Noble is my way. but if it's not available in stores I read it online.
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116 / F / UT
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Posted 3/21/08
I read online
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23 / M / Canada, Vancouver
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Koera. It's 3 bucks per each manga :D. (I hear the prices rose a little bit recently though. Not much, but like 50 cents)
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25 / F / Pennsylvania
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Barnes & Nobles...either at the store or online. Maybe Borders but sometimes their selections suck in my area :/ And if a manga that I like isn't licensed...I print it out and put it in a binder :D! LOL
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24 / F / Under your bed
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Through the internet. So much easier and cheaper. But if its licensed (which is such a pain in the ass) I go to kinokuniya(oh how much i love that book store<3)
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28 / F / My own Island
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Posted 3/21/08
I read online. I don't get the point of buying mangas, because most of which I read tend to go on (like Naruto, for example) and how in the world will I be able to afford that?
Plus, I think the Internet releases mangas faster that are scanslated by fans. And it also has more variety. I'm not sure if my local Borders sells Hana Kimi or Itazura Na Kiss.
Usually, I use onemanga.com and mangafox.com (this one's my favorite, since it has a lot of mangas), but since Crunchyroll decided to add mangas, I tend to stay on here more, since it's more convenient for me to read and chat or guestbook chat at the same time.
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22 / F / Planet Earth
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I'm just wondering....but is there a place in the bay area (California) where you can buy doujinshi from a store? Cuz I got mine from online.....but I wanna know if there's a store. Kinokuniya obviously doesn't sell any doujins...but I know there's a lot of places in Japan....but what about America?
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Posted 3/21/08

4ree2watch wrote:

onemanga.com
mangavolume.com
bookstores, etc!~


i dont buy books tho
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Posted 3/22/08
buy them from stores or read online
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i go to chapters and read it online ^-^
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23 / F / my lil box xp
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Posted 3/23/08
umm
just read them online. y waste money?
it depends where u are.
in aussie u can get them from borders
and this comic shop located in the city
cant remember wat its called rite now
or buy them online on ebay or amazon or somethinn
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