Five new series and two one-shots are joining the subscription service
Disclosure: Three former Crunchyroll employees are among the founders of Azuki.
Digital manga subscription service Azuki launched back in June, and some new partnerships were just announced. The latest update has the service teaming up with Glacier Bay Books and Star Fruit Books to distribute a selection of their critically acclaimed indie manga.
Here are some titles that are making their debut in English for the first time on a subscription service:
Glacier Bay Books
Children of Mu-Town
Tsukiko and the Satellite and Other Stories
Star Fruit Books
The Blood Red Boy (one-shot)
Sawanabe Zombie (one-shot)
Titles available to read right now include chapters of Children of Mu-Town, Tsukiko and the Satellite and Other Stories, Pop Life, and Ikyoudo, with more to be added in the coming weeks. Many of these and other titles will have select chapters available for free with advertisements, and you can unlock Azuki's catalog by creating a Premium account for $4.99 a month.
Source: Press release