Manga easier to find in your hometown?
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27 / F / In the Mountains
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/14/17
I don't know how hard it is to get Manga where you are? It really has gotten easier in my home town as my local Barnes and Nobles just expanded the Manga section. Now an entire two rows (including light novels)! I can remember when it was a small section way in the back of store. I spent two hours looking through the section yesterday. Mostly main stream but a lot of new stuff as well....I guess it is catching on...

We also have a few Anime stores in the area to where you can find the old stuff as well.

How about you guys? Is it getting easier to find?
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/14/17
I live in a small town, so there really isn't any book stores. The library has always had some manga while I was growing up (mainly tokyopop titles).
Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/14/17
The barnes and nobles nearby has manga on display it was full of Manga last I remember and the nearby library I'm sure also has some Manga.
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22 / F / The Cat Empire
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/15/17
There's a Barnes and Noble. I don't buy any tho

I Just go to the library. They have a shelves with manga, including most of One Piece, and other stuff

I also borrow books from other libraries and pick them up from my library.
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/15/17
too bad B&N doesn't seem to offer raws. there's kinokuniya nearby, but for LNs i pretty much need to buy it online.
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29 / M / St.Louis
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/15/17
yes, my YouMe Town has a pretty good selection.

But I mostly read stuff online.
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22 / M / Earth
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Posted 6/14/17 , edited 6/15/17
My library has a bookshelf for manga but to buy stuff I'd have to go a couple towns over, but with online shopping it's really not much of a problem.
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