Do you think Crunchy roll needs to add Manga and more Manga
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Posted 6/11/10
I beleive that crunchy roll could be way better with manga added and some more anime
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yeah, There's so many great anime around.. and reading manga in cr instead of scanlation sites would save from the guilt
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Posted 6/11/10
definately since 30 scanlation sites are being sued.
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posted on 2010-06-08 12:11 EDT
Coalition with Japan's Digital Comic Association plans legal action on 30 scanlation sites

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The 36 publishers in Japan's Digital Comic Association and several American publishers are forming a coalition to combat the "rampant and growing problem" of scanlations — illicit digital copies of manga either translated by fans or scanned directly from legitimate English releases.

The coalition asserts that "scanlation aggregator" sites "now host thousands of pirated titles, earning ad revenue and/or membership dues at creators' expense while simultaneously undermining foreign licensing opportunities and unlawfully cannibalizing legitimate sales." Google lists one site on its list of the 1,000 most-visited sites on the web. An unnamed spokesperson for the coalition also pointed to smartphone applications designed to read such sites as an escalation of the problem.

The coalition is reportedly threatening legal action against 30 scanlation sites, whose names were not revealed. The organization currently includes Japanese publishers Kodansha, Shogakukan, Shueisha, Square Enix, and the Tuttle-Mori Agency, as well as North American manga publishers Vertical Inc., Viz Media, Tokyopop, and Yen Press.

Source: Publishers Weekly

Update: According to a press release issued by Viz Media on Tuesday, the coalition's members include Square Enix, Viz Media, TOKYOPOP, Vertical, Inc., the Tuttle-Mori Agency, Yen Press, and the members of the Digital Comic Association: Akane Shinsha, Akita Shoten, ASCII Media Works, East Press, Ichijinsha, Enterbrain, Okura Shuppan, Ohzora Shuppan, Gakken, Kadokawa Shoten, Gentosha Comics, Kodansha, Jitsugyo No Nihonsha, Shueisha, Junet, Shogakukan, Shogakukan Shueisha Production, Shodensha, Shonen Gahosha, Shinshokan, Shinchosha, Take Shobo, Tatsumi Shuppan, Tokuma Shoten, Nihon Bungeisha, Hakusensha, Fujimi Shobo, Fusosha, Futabasha, France Shoin, Bunkasha, Houbunsha, Magazine House, Media Factory, Leed sha, and Libre Shuppan.
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CR used to host manga before it (CR) became legal. I don't remember why it was taken down. I think it was just one of the things to go during the legalization process.

I'm not sure how they would work it, but it's definitely an awesome idea to bring it back ^.^
Posted 6/12/10
If CR is going to get manga, they will have to go through a lot of process. And it would cost money too. So i wouldn't be surprised if they added a manga premium membership. So I actually disagree.
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Posted 6/12/10
Slap some gum under the table because I disagree.
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yeah. it would be great if they did.
Posted 11/25/11
yeah
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Manga, & waaaaaay more music videos.
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