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Post Reply How do I start a manga collection? How did you start yours?
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Posted 10/20/16 , edited 10/20/16

Satorules wrote:

mangafox has them all free


No they don't. You must not have used manga fox for years because they have had to take down a lot of stuff form having their site closed or or being sued. Also any type of comic art work looks better on paper then on a digital screen.
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Posted 10/20/16
yeah whatever i read manga on their everyday free
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Posted 10/26/16
check your local library

they have a lot of manga there

you can also request which volume you want them to buy as well

i spent about 1-2 hour after school at the local public library reading manga when i was in middle school.
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Posted 12/22/16
Just start and buy something
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Posted 12/24/16
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned the site Book Depository. Is it not as well known in the US??
They're based in the UK but have FREE worldwide shipping and take pre-orders for unreleased volumes.
Manga is way over priced in Australia because it has to be imported from the US first, but I'm able to save up to $6(AU) per volume through this site!

Also keep tabs on the publishers/distributors of manga in your country. I managed to snatch up the entire FMA catalogue, plus most of the available World Trigger volumes for a ridiculously cheap price when Madman had an unexpected clearence sale online earlier this year.
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Posted 12/27/16

FMB-24 wrote:


Satorules wrote:

mangafox has them all free


No they don't. You must not have used manga fox for years because they have had to take down a lot of stuff form having their site closed or or being sued. Also any type of comic art work looks better on paper then on a digital screen.


^^^this. i tried to do a translation of a manga that i loved. none of the scans online were any kind of near enough good enough. finally gave up and bought the japanese manga and was amazed at the resolution of the hardcopy manga.
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