where do you get your manga from?

I usually read mangas on manga fox because it's always being updates thanks to those lovely scanlation groups.

8 years, 11 months ago
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I used to go to Borders Books when it was around near my local mall, but it got torn down...

So then I switched over to Barnes and Noble and now make my purchases there. I have something similar to Ryan where I can't really find the time and don't really wish to read manga online. I feel it takes up too much time since I am an average speed reader. As an aspiring published manga writer, I want to support the industry as well where I fall short in anime DVD purchases. I also make batch purchases at anime conventions, as discounts abound.

However, if I do ever check anything out that I happen upon that hasn't come over, I use OneManga.

8 years, 11 months ago
4755 1 3 10

Well, back when I read it, I usually got something from Borders Books. I have a think about reading off of paper, especially since I work with computers and electronics all the time.

It is really nice to be able to read something on paper to relax, ya know?

8 years, 11 months ago
6097 3 4 10

I started using manga fox about a month ago, very nice site.

8 years, 11 months ago
4171 1 5 11

I usually get manga from Borders or Barnes and Noble. Borders tends to have new manga faster, I've noticed, but I only collect about... three ongoing series? (Saiyuki Reload, Wild Adapter, and Loveless), so I only buy new manga about once every eight months anyway. -sigh-

I really dislike reading scanlations. They're not usually badly done, but it just annoys me to have to scroll to read the whole page and things like that, and to not just have it in my hands. I do a litle better if you can actually download the chapters and then read them though.

8 years, 11 months ago
1854 1 7

I usually use MangaFox. I also used to buy a few books from B&N when I used to work. I've been on MF for about a few months.

8 years, 11 months ago
1809 1 9

I buy most of my manga over at B&N, but for the ones that are not in the states yet, I normally read them over at one manga

8 years, 10 months ago
749 8

I use justmanga.com because I am in club 5.55 which sells most of my favorite manga for 5.55 dollars.

8 years, 6 months ago
1398 1 3 10

I get it where ever manga is sold! Usually Barnes & Noble, though, because they always have it. But the last time I went there, I was aiming to get Soul eater, but all the Soul Eater was gone! D:

8 years, 6 months ago
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