Manga service's debut is set for June 28 on web, iOS, and Android
Disclosure: Three former Crunchyroll employees are among the founders of Azuki.
New manga service Azuki—which was recently announced for a June 28 launch—has more titles to add before it goes live. Following up on the initial partnership with Kodansha USA, Azuki has teamed up with publisher Kaiten Books to offer four more series to Premium members.
Titles on the way include UzaMaid: Our Maid is Way Too Annoying!, Gacha Girls Corps, The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting, and My Dad's the Queen of All VTubers?!. All four will be live at launch.
When Azuki launches on June 28, it will be available on web, iOS, and Android. Those who sign up can enjoy an assortment of ad-supported content, and Premium membership subscriptions that grant access to the entire catalog will be priced at $4.99 a month. 30-day free trials are available to sample the latter.