Love Manga? This New Unlimited Manga Subscription Service Is Offering Two Free Months: Mangamo

Mangamo may be the next new manga service you’ve been looking for.

In the world of manga, the options for legal viewing online are fairly negative. Sure, if you wanted, you could take a trek down to your local Barnes & Noble to pick up the latest volume of your series of choice. However, the prices do add up. For a typical volume, you can get charged upwards of $10 bucks — and that roughly translates to around 45 minutes of reading or so. Because of this, many have taken to…less legal means of keeping up with their favorite series.

However, in this digital age, publishers and companies are starting to adapt to the changing landscape. Viz Media was the first company to adapt to this with their Weekly Shonen Jump app. The app features popular titles from their über-popular magazine, including the likes of One Piece, My Hero Academia, and Dr. Stone. But as great as those shonen series are, the medium has a lot more to offer than just those titles. 

Enter Mangamo. This new service gives readers access to hundreds of titles from several publishers including Kodansha (which is a big one), Comicsmart, Toppan, North Star Pictures, and more. This is in stark contrast to the Weekly Shonen Jump app which features only shonen stories from one publisher — Shueisha. 

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Mangamo has popular titles like Attack on Titan and Somali & the Forest Spirit among more obscure titles. If you’re the kind of person that likes to take deeper dives into the medium of manga, this looks like it may be the service for you.

“I grew up reading manga and watching anime as a child in Japan, and I’m inspired by the global rise of this treasured Japanese form of entertainment,” said Buddy Marini, founder and CEO of Mangamo. “Mangamo offers something I’ve always wanted as a fan: an easy and affordable way to read a ton of new manga while giving back to the publishers and creators so they can continue to make the manga I love.”

As indicated by Marini, this service will directly support manga creators. Plus, given that it offers you access to their library right off the bat, you’ll be getting a huge bang for your buck. The service itself will cost $4.99 a month, but Mangamo is offering two months for free while readers are stuck at home.

For a list of their existing titles, you can take a look HERE.

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