Japan’s Digital Comic Association has announced their official manga site will officially open it’s doors this year on August 17
just like i said for vizmanga... can jmanga compete with the free manga sites which get manga before it comes in japan? these people own own the manga too not like viz.
Well I've always talked about this with some friends and all. If they are willing to make a site that has an entire library of manga both old and new series, translated and all, then I wouldn't mind supporting it. I just wonder if something like this will happen with manwha as well. I would do anything to support the manwha series "The Breaker" and some others right now. EDIT: I think a subscription based fee should be good for something like this.
These sites can compete with any free manga site, if they translate and release manga at same time [insert manga here] gets released in Japan. I think it'll be very worth it if they WERE possible :( I loved the Breaker at the beginning, though it's not that I don't like it now, it's just seems different especially since MC can't fight and the teacher is no longer there :(
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