Who Knew There Were So Many Online Manga Reading Sites?!

Justin Stroman provides an excellent rundown of, as he puts it, “legal manga reading sites with either advertising and/or site wide mistakes that’s kind of crippling.” So, ok, you know going in that his experience wasn’t great, but it’s neat to know that there are options out there beyond Crunchyroll Manga and Mangabox (which is a weekly magazine app for mobile devices) and the publisher pay sites. He covers Manga Reborn, Renta!, Amimaru, Balloons & Chapters, Manga Samurai, and Manga 2.5 with short descriptions, reviews of the sites, and going above and beyond, often interviews with someone behind the site. It’s an informative look at the options available for those who want to avoid scanlations.

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