Quantcast
Japanator.com: anime news, original features, and weird stories from Japan, updated daily!
DestructoidJapanatorTomopopFlixist









    New     trending       originals       do want       weirdest       by author       |       following

5:00 PM on 12.24.2013

SuBLime Yaoi manga now available for Kindle

I won't pretend to read, or even truly understand the fascination with Boys Love genre, but I know there's a fair amount of you out there who do, so some of you may be really excited by this bit of news. VIZ Media's yaoi mang...

Tim Sheehy


6:00 PM on 10.01.2013

Read Viz Manga on your Kindle

Like reading manga on your Kindle? If your response is "what manga?," I feel your pain, but the e-reader manga drought ends today. Viz Media has just announced that its entire digital manga catalog is now available for Kindle...

Karen Mead

8:15 PM on 07.15.2013

Aw snap, acttil's releasing an e-book by Nobuo Uematsu

Now this is an interesting turn of events. Acttil has announced that they will be releasing Blik-0 1946, a picture e-book by the great Nobuo Uematsu. Not only that, the book will include three exclusive tracks created by Uema...

Salvador GRodiles

9:00 AM on 03.02.2012

Kadokawa is going digital in Japan!

Yesterday morning, Crunchyroll reported that after a year of negotiations, Kadokawa Publishing finally struck a deal with Amazon Japan to get their content digitized for the Kindle. Under this agreement, folks using the Amazo...

Kristina Pino

10:00 AM on 05.12.2011

Update on Yaoi titles being pulled from Amazon

Last week, Josh updated us that a bunch of yaoi titles were being pulled from Kindle for reasons unexplained. I was upset to know this, because as has been stated in the linked post's comments, there are more explicit things ...

Kristina Pino

5:00 PM on 05.05.2011

Hey Kindle, why are you dropping your yaoi content?

Because that's not cool! Now, granted some of the titles removed from Digital Manga Publishing's Kindle catalog might have fallen afoul of Amazon's content guidelines, but that wouldn't have been true for its milder June impr...

Josh Tolentino

9:00 PM on 11.01.2010

Manage your manga on your Kindle with Mangle

While readers of normal books have had little trouble uploading their books and reading them to their heart's content on Amazon's Kindle, manga fans have had quite a few problems getting their fix on the portable reading devi...

Pedro Cortes

10:00 AM on 04.07.2010

Animate bringing more manga to the Kindle

Animate, a Japanese company with their hands in many pots when it comes to anime and manga production and distribution, has been caught with their hand in another pot: publishing manga on the Kindle. Delivery Cupid, the title...

Brad Rice