It’s a short episode this week, with regular features Weekly Wish List, Vizmanga.com update NYT Best Seller List and a review of Inu x Boku SS volume 1.
This week I comment out some new stories, the Vizmanga updates the NYT Best Seller List, the Bookscan top 20 for November and check out the new manga app Manga Box from Japanese publisher DeNA.
This week I look at the new licenses from Seven Seas Entertainment, the Vizmanga.com update, the NYT Best Seller List, and a new gift guide of manga for 2013.
This week I comment on several news stories about new manga titles in Japan, a new Viz Media license, what’s new at Vizmanga.com, the New York Times Bestseller list for two weeks, and the Nielson Bookscan for October. Continue reading Manga Dome Podcast Episode 31: Ghosts, Vampires, and Villains
This week I talk about my weekly wish list, what new at Vizmanga.com, the New York Times Best Seller List and for the main feature I have Alex Hoffman of Manga Widget as my guest, where we talk about the Vizmanga Platform and pricing, and the new Crunchyroll Manga roll out. This is a long episode!
- Weekly Wish List
- Vizmanga.com New Releases
- New York Times Best Seller List
- Manga Widget
- Crunchyroll Manga
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This week I talk about my weekly wish list, Kodansha’s new digital titles, some new titles debuting in Japan, new titles at Vizmanga.com, and I do a review of Higurashi When They Cry: Atonement Arc volumes 1-4.
This week I check out some news stories, the goings-ons at Vizmanga.com, and all the new manga licenses from New York Comic Con.
If you like to hear more analysis of the New York Times bestseller list, leave a comment and let me know! And there’s no wishlist again this week.
This week I look at some manga news, news from Vizmanga.com, the Nielson Bookscan for September, and review the Yen Press title Umineko When They Cry Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch Part 2.
This week I look at new manga releases, new digital manga released at Vizmanga.com, and I review the first two volumes of Cross Manage.