It has become much easier to get Japanese manga for Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Nook and other digital reading devices. Many manga fans with an eReading device often seek to have a collection of Japanese comics in digital form. We will go into the details of the methods by which you can get manga for your electronic reading device.
With manga titles for your eReader, you do not have to decide between carrying manga books or leaving them at home. As these Japanese comics are stored digitally, you can say that it is similar to how a computer stores data so you can access it at any time.
Let’s talk about the types of websites where you can get Japanese manga for iPhone, iPad, Kindle, Nook and other electronic readers. There are shopping websites on the Internet, whose products include digital manga for Kindle or another electronic reader. As you pay for each manga title for your electronic reader when you use only shopping sites, you may end up spending a good amount of money.
Of course, there are less expensive alternatives to get manga for Kindle, iPad and other electronic readers. It has memberships and non-membership websites that include access to the manga for its eReader. Non-membership sites are a bit rare, but membership websites are a bit more frequent and contain a large manga library. Most of these websites allow you to download the manga in the format of your choice that is compatible with your eReader.
One of the things that most manga addicts like me and others worry about is the quality of the manga download conversions to our eReader. Basically, the Japanese manga for Nook, iPad, iPhone, Kindle and other eReaders that we have, must maintain its artistic quality and readable text.
Most electronic reading devices handle manga fairly well, especially the most recent versions of those devices. The Amazon Kindle is no longer just a simple electronic reading device. It has its own software platform that is compatible with several devices. Because of this, the manga can be seen on many other cell phones, such as Blackberry smartphones, cell phones that use an updated Android operating system, phones that use the latest mobile windows operating system and the list goes on. All that is required is the Kindle software application.
Hopefully, you now have a better idea to get manga for Nook, Kindle, iPad and similar devices. It helps to know how to obtain and download the manga for your Nook, Kindle or other preferred eReader so you can create a collection that you can access at any time and anywhere.
- Author: Inio Asano
- Genre: Slice of Life, Drama
- Released: 2007
- Status: Completed
I will give you a warning: this is depressing as hell. The titular character named Punpun is drawn quite strangely, like a bony and weak bird (but, nevertheless, he is a boy). The story itself follows the miserable life of the young Punpun, as he deals with the divorce of his parents, the pain of experiencing the first love with his schoolmate Tanaka Aiko (and also his first broken heart throughout his life) and everything that came with what makes him a sexually frustrated teenager trying to find his way in this lonely and pathetic existence.
What I like about Inio Asano’s books is how well he described our struggle as a young man in modern life. In it I find what kind of depressing reality of life can show a manga to its reader, in its purest and most essential problem that even a child can feel loneliness and how it builds everything inside of it. However, if you want to start lightly, try reading the previous work of Asano not so depressing, as Solanin (a story of a young girl and her guitarist boyfriend who live together in modern Tokyo).
This is my Top 10 list for #Manga that needs anime adaptation. They are not in any particular order, but I would like to see the majority receiving anime at one point or another. If you have a manga that you think the anime version should have, let me know in the comments section below.
Kawaru is a typical ordinary elementary school boy until the day he enters into a “haunted house” to pick up the ball he accidentally throws in and finds a family of mysterious dolls. When he pushes the dog-doll’s nose button, he suddenly turns into a dog! Will he be able to clear the misunderstanding and transform back into a human?