One Piece, MHA and other serialized works will be released on MANGA Plus for free

Shueisha’s MANGA Plus app celebrates its third anniversary by making its entire extensive manga collection free for everyone to read.

Shueisha’s manga reading service MANGA Plus recently announced that its entire extensive catalog, which includes Eiichiro Oda A piece and Kohei Horikoshi My hero academia, is available for anyone to read for free.

According to Crunchyroll, the First Read Free promotion is meant to celebrate MANGA Plus’ third anniversary and has two caveats: each chapter can only be read once for free, and the promotion is only available for one year. Chapters will be available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Thai, Russian and Indonesian.

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The manga reading service’s ever-growing selection includes over 100 individual series and thousands of chapters. Beyond A piece and my hero academiasome notable examples include Gege Akutami Jujutsu Kaisen, At Yuki Tabata’s black cloverby Boichi Dr Stone, Tatsuya Endo Spy x Family, by Akira Amano Ron Kamonohashi: deranged detective, Akari by Kajimoto Even if you cut my mouthby Akira Toriyama Dragon Ball Super and that of Takaya Kagami Seraph of the End: Reign of the Vampires. At Takaki Tsuyoshi’s Cardiac equipment and that of Kazue Katō blue exorcist will be part of the Free First Reading promotion when they return from their break.

Tsuyoshi and Katō aren’t the only mangaka to take writing breaks recently. Blue period creator Tsubasa Yamaguchi is currently on a month-long hiatus in order to recover from COVID-19. She said on social media that she would spend her time “sleeping a lot and healing.” In the same way, Global triggerDaisuke Ashihara took a break late last year due to health issues.

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Despite the multiple hiatuses, there have been many exciting developments in the manga industry. Beyond the MANGA Plus Free First Play promotion, several popular series have secured top spots on the New York Times bestseller list for graphic novels and manga earlier this year; by Tatsuki Fujimoto Chainsaw Man eighth volume ranked highest at eighth place. the New York Times began listing manga and graphic novel bestsellers in October 2019.

Plus, several classic and beloved franchises are celebrating monumental milestones. The original by Shotaro Ishinomori Kamen Rider manga is now 50 years old, and its 858-page hardcover omnibus has been re-released by Seven Seas Entertainment and is now available at retailers across North America for a suggested price of US$32.99. Likewise, a special Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure magazine will be released in Japan on March 19 to celebrate the series’ 35th anniversary. It will include new artwork by creator Hirohiko Araki, collectible stickers, and an all-new 71-page chapter of the Thus spoke Rohan Kishibe spin-off manga.

Shueisha’s MANGA Plus is available for iOS and Android smartphones.

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Source: Crunchyroll

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