Just in time for the festivities of New York Comic Con, Kadokawa is re-vamping their English language Book Walker app and expanding their online library with some 700 new English-language light novel and manga titles. Hit the jump to learn more.
Margaret, a shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha, is jumping on the digital distribution bandwagon with a new electronic publication called Nicoichi Margaret. Hit the jump to learn more.
Japanese publisher Hakusensha has created Love Jossie, a new, electronic magazine featuring shōjo manga aimed at older girls, with a heavy emphasis on grown-up romance. Hit the jump to learn more.
Hana to Yume ・ LaLa, an online shōjo manga magazine originally published on the Hana LaLa Online website, has begun digital distribution via Amazon Japan's Kindle store. Hit the jump to learn more.
The entire print run of Fujiko Fujio's classic comedy manga, Doraemon, is now available via digital distribution in Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
DeNA is working to vastly expand the library of its Japanese "Mangabox" smart phone app, with the goal of eventually hosting more than 50,000 books. Hit the jump to learn more.
Red and his fellow color-coordinated characters are set to enter the digital age, because Shogakukan has begun publishing the Japanese version of the Pokémon Adventures manga in eBook format. Hit the jump to learn more.
Dengeki Hobby Magazine, a monthly periodical for plastic model enthusiast published by ASCII Media works, is ceasing print publication with its July 2015 issue and transitioning to a web-exclusive format. Hit the jump to learn more.
The 60th anniversary celebration of Kodansha's Nakayoshi shōjo manga magazine continues as the publication preps to begin digital distribution beginning with its July 2015 issue. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's an exciting time to be a manga fan as Kadokawa expands its Comic Walker app to include additional global content from China, Thailand, and Singapore. Hit the jump to learn more.
From King Tut to Winston Churchill, Gakken's History of the World manga is designed to teach Japanese children about all sorts of different people and events throughout history, and now the series is available in eBook form. Hit the jump to learn more.
Comics are briskly moving toward digital distribution, and in some cases away from print. With Marvel releasing comics digitally the same day physical copies hit newsstands, what does this mean for printed comics, as well as brick-and-mortar retailers and fan-owned comic shops? Find out more after the jump!