Tue, 27 September 2011
Emily's website is Shoujo-Manga.com
Erica's Blog is Okazu
My review of Sailor V and Sailor Moon is here.
You can follow us on Twitter. Erica is @yuricon, Emily is @magicalemi, & I'm @edsizemore.
And once your done with my Sailor Moon podcast, be sure to vist the Otaku in Review's Sailor Moon podcast
Sun, 4 September 2011
You can follow all of us on Twitter. Rob is @panelpatter, Brigid is @brigidalverson, Alex is @mangawidget, Lissa is @kuriousity, Johanna is @johannadc, and I'm @edsizemore.
Rob's website is Panel Patter
Johanna and I are at Manga Worth Reading
Places to Read Manga
ShonenJump.com (Viz) This is a subscription based website.
Gomanga.com (Seven Seas)
Zoomcomics.com (Seven Seas)
Howtodrawmanga.com (Manga University)
YenPlus.com This is a subscription based website.
Places to Buy Manga
VizManga.com Since Viz has gone to a multi-platform system, I’m not going to list their app.
Ebookmall.com You can get Pachinko Player here and a couple others. Horrible search engine and categories. Essentially you have to know the name of the book to find it on their website.
Ebooks.com A lot of the how to books are here and books about manga. They charge print prices.
Darkhorse.com Multi-platform (android app coming soon)
iTunes & Android Apps
Astro Boy Weekly Magazine (iPhone) I could never get this to work. The downloads keep timing out.
Osamu Tezuka Monthy Magazine (iPad) This never worked for me either.
iSeeToon.com (each series is its own iPhone app) Technically, this is manhwa, but I believe in supporting & promoting these too.
Yen Press (iPad)
ZQ Books (iPad)
NTT Solmare (iPad) Besides ZQ Books, they also do apps for individual books and series.
No. 5 (iPad) This is a manga series by Taiya Matsumoto.
Sugoi Books (Android)
Hetalia App (iPhone/iPad) A 4 panel manga by Hidekaz Himaruya.
Manga Black Box (iPhone/iPad) Each series has it's own app.
NextManga (iPhone/ipad) Creators of the Manga Messiah Series
The Sheikh's Reluctant Bride (iPad) Harlequin manga, each series is it's own app
Manhwa (iPhone/iPad/Android) Samples of various manhwa. The Korean government's office KOCCA created this app.
A Witch's Song (iPhone/iPad) A manga by Kokenoko
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok (iPhone/iPad) A manga by Sakura Kinoshita Each volume is it's own app.
Tactics (iPhone/iPad) A manga by Sakura Kinoshita & Kazuko Higashiyama Each volume is it's own app.
Like A Balance Life (iPad) A manga by Range Murata.
Isaona (iPhone/iPad) Each series is it's own app.
Condaolly & Hiyoshi (iPhone/iPad) A manga by Yukaly
Aozora FinderRock (iPhone/iPad) A manga by Takahiro Ozawa & Asako Seo
Articles on Digital Manga