The following titles are available for bid on eBay right now:
Please check them out and bid if you’re interested.
I’ve put back up some manga that didn’t sell the first time. Next time I’ll have new titles to go up. But if you missed them the first time and were interested, here they are again.
Please check them out and happy bidding!
After my Christmas Haul, it’s time to make more space on my manga shelves, and that’s a boon for you! Here are the titles I have up for sale this week on eBay:
Good luck, and happy bidding!
Here a new set of auctions of manga I’ve put up on eBay. Christmas is coming. Get some great manga for gifts.
Good luck and happy bidding!
I sold most of my manga from the first batch I put up on eBay. Thanks so much if you bid! But I’ve still got more I have to move out. The next batch has gone up. Please look and bid if you’re interested:
Starting bids are the price of one manga, so you’re essentially getting 5 (sometimes 4) for the price of one. I will combine shipping for multiple wins. Thanks for looking!
I’ve put my Inuyasha manga collection up on Ebay. I need to make some space, and little extra money never hurt. Here are the auctions, please check them out.
Or you can check out my Manga for Sale or Trade page. I’m willing to deal on multiple volumes and shipping.
Well, I finally did it. I have listed some of my complete series up on eBay. I only put up a few that I’m selling, as eBay kept upping the fees with the more I listed. It was starting to suck, so I stopped at 5. I’ll be adding more as I see how these do. You can find them here:
Want to know why the Japanese model of selling anthologies without back issues won’t work in the US? This ebay auction is a pretty good indication. With 2 hours to go, the winning bid is $91.00 for Yen Plus Volume 1 issue 2, which started out at $8.99. Such outrageous extremes wouldn’t be happening if Yen Press had thought things through and had a plan for back issues. I think this is a good indication of how uneven the distribution of Yen Plus is in brick and mortar stores. I don’t think anyone in this economy would pay such a price if they were so readily available. And Collectors want their collection complete, graphic novels coming out later or not.
The auction ended, by the way, at $102.50. That seller is going to have a happy Christmas. I hope it was really worth it to the buyer.