Manga Publisher Kodansha Is Having A Massive Digital Sale

Manga Publisher Kodansha Has A Massive Digital Sale
(Source: Kodansha)

I know for many people the holiday season has wrapped up, but the season of giving is not quite over yet. There is now a great chance to get a great deal on some of your favorite manga series… so how about one last gift for yourself? The Manga publisher known as Kodansha is currently having a giant year ending (or year beginning…) sale on their massive library of digital comics.

This is probably the best deal on digital manga you’ll see all year or even into the next one.

Over 1,400 titles are now up to 60% off for as long as the sale continues. Kodansha owns some of the most popular manga properties of all time; including titles like Inuyashiki, Animal Land, and Fairy Tail. This sale also brings in classics like the original Akira manga and popular tie-ins like the tie-in to the classic Persona video game series- Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth.

Some of the great prices you’ll want to jump on are the big volumes. Every volume of Attack on Titan is now only 4.99. If you want to get ready for the live-action Alita: Battle Angel, then this is the perfect time. Almost the entire Battle Angel: Alita series is now only 4.99 per volume. Do you need to wash the taste of the Ghost in the Shell live-action movie from your brain? Well, this discount also includes eight volumes of the original Ghost in the Shell for, you guessed it, 4.99 a piece.

The only bad news is that you’ve got less than a week to dig into this price-cutting opportunity. This sale is set to end on January 8th and the manga titles are available on Kodansha’s own site as well as sites like Comixology, BookWalker, IBooks, Kindle, Kobo, and Nook that sell digital comics worldwide.

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