Kodansha and Humble Bundle have an impressive manga sale this week

Kodansha is home to some of the best manga series in the world, and luckily for fans, the publisher is working with Humble Bundle to make its works more accessible than ever. The charity-focused store has announced its latest partnership with Kodansha that promises to bring dozens of award-winning manga to readers. And for the next few days, fans can sign up for the deal for just US$40.

The offer is live now, so you can check out the award-winning manga bundle as soon as possible. A total of 33 items are on sale through this charity, and you can pay what you want to access as many series as you want. If you want to buy all 33 sets, you will be asked to pay 40 USD. total with a portion of the profits donated to charity.

“Adventure, sports, sci-fi, slice of life – experience some of the best manga around in this pack featuring Kodansha Comics award winners! Follow the Japan Football Union’s hunt for an Ace Striker in the popular blue lock. Join Coco in her quest to become a magician in the world of Witch Hat Workshop. Learn about the high school comic exploits of The Quintessential Quintuplets, and much more. Whether you’re new to manga or a regular reader, it’s a great way to discover great stories across multiple genres, while supporting the Book Industry Charitable Foundation with your purchase,” Humble Bundle describes the series.

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If you want to pull the trigger on all the series, readers will have access to dozens of manga volumes. Over 130 volumes are up for grabs, in fact, and fans can read the digital copies on any device. As for the series itself, all of Parasite for Princess Medusa and even Your life in April is available. So, if you want to participate in this offer, you have 10 more days to cash out!

What do you think of this new contract? Are you going to grab this huge batch of manga for yourself? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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