For those of you who are new to this, manga is basically the Japanese version of a comic book. Why should manga interest you? Well, for one thing, if you enjoy watching anime, you’d know that most anime series are adapted from their manga forms. This includes hits like Naruto and Bleach, amongst others.
The disadvantage of manga is that it’s not available everywhere. So, even if you wanted to buy your favorite manga, you might not be able to. What’s the solution? Simple! You can get your manga fix online, through One Manga.
One Manga is a site that functions as a manga library. There are innumerable high quality scans of manga issues. You can find entire volumes of series as well as obscure single issues that you might not get elsewhere. Besides scans, there are a couple of manga-based games you can play. Plus, there’s a store section as well where you can purchase manga issues you liked reading.
The site offers hours of entertainment, especially if you happen to be a fan of the manga genre. Even if you’re not, I’d still recommend checking the site out. It’s a different style from traditional comic books and the artwork on some of them is stunning. Go take a look and let me know what you think.
Update: One Manga recently moved from its .com Internet address to .me, I can't really say why the move was made. We have updated the article with the new link information so that you can open the site just like before. The old address currently returns a site not found error when you try to open it.
One Manga displays the latest manga updates and hot new chapters of manages on its front page. You can use the category listing on the right to browse a specific manga category, like martial arts, drama or comedy,, use the a-z listing at the top to browse all available mangas, or click on the top mangas like Bleach, One Piece or Ecchi that are displayed right on top.
The site has a very comprehensive archive which you can browse to read mangas online.Advertisement
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