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Where do you buy your manga online?
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30 / M / access denied
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Posted 3/20/12
ebay, buy.com, overstock.com
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41 / M / Canada
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I get most of my books from Amazon but I also got a subscription to Jmanga. They do digital release stuff and have quite a few interesting books that you can't normally get over here.
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Posted 3/28/12
Usually amazon.com if I want print versions. I also buy from vizmanga.com if I want digital versions.
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32 / F / USA
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Posted 3/28/12
I buy pretty much everything from amazon if it's licensed. Short of things which are long out of print, I have never NOT found what I wanted on amazon.
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Posted 3/29/12 , edited 3/29/12
The book depository.

Most of the time, I get volumes for about $7.50 ea

As for Amazon, I don't even bother with it.
Last time it cost like $20 after all the postage fees and whatnot.
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24 / M / United Kingdom
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Posted 3/29/12
Amazon!
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Posted 3/29/12
I recently bought this app for my iPad that has close to 15,000 manga titles. They're streamed from different websites, and you can "download" them on to your device (by download, it just means saves it as a PDF so you can view it online, you can't do anything else with it other than view it ON that app). While I'm not entire sure if it's entirely legal, they do credit the authors and company at the bottom of each page. Either way, for $4, it's a pretty solid deal I'd say. Manga Unity. They just got the first print version of Waiting in the Summer, so I'm very happy about that. ^_^
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Posted 3/29/12

lord0bacon wrote:

I recently bought this app for my iPad that has close to 15,000 manga titles. They're streamed from different websites, and you can "download" them on to your device (by download, it just means saves it as a PDF so you can view it online, you can't do anything else with it other than view it ON that app). While I'm not entire sure if it's entirely legal, they do credit the authors and company at the bottom of each page. Either way, for $4, it's a pretty solid deal I'd say. Manga Unity. They just got the first print version of Waiting in the Summer, so I'm very happy about that. ^_^


I do this for titles which haven't been licensed, but some of us like to, you know, support the industry. If no one buys manga, and then they put stricter limits on things like fan translations, it would end up being much more difficult to find anything in english at all. We have to buy these things so that they keep making them. Not to mention the fact that it's not as if most mangakas are particularly rich, so of course they could use any of what little money trickles in their direction.
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Posted 3/29/12
i got this Ipod App called manga storm, app was like .99 cents but i ugraded for like $3 the thing is they only carry manga thats not released in the usa atm and but it basicly is a downloader app that lets u store manga from mangafox, mangaeden, and readmanga.net. but i buy anime books from Hastings.
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Posted 3/31/12
I buy all my manga at rightstuf.com. Good prices. Good selection. free shipping over 40 dollars. It's easier to keep track of what manga you bought if you get it in one place. With free shipping the mail person will leave it on your porch.
Posted 3/31/12
amazon jp and viz media jp
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Living in the UK, I use Unitied Publication (which is also great for all my anime needs) and Arrowsmith Books (they generally just give me a list of all new titles out each month and I just send it back with the ones I want to order)
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