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Old 2010-08-29, 21:39   Link #381
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Hi, I was wondering, is there an online store that has Singaporean manga that ships to the U.S?
There's this Japanese manga that was translated into English, but is available only in Singapore.
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Old 2010-08-31, 10:40   Link #382
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Hi, I was wondering, is there an online store that has Singaporean manga that ships to the U.S?
There's this Japanese manga that was translated into English, but is available only in Singapore.
What title is that? I don't know where to buy imported Singaporean manga myself, but I also find the idea quite intriguing.
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Old 2010-09-17, 15:53   Link #383
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I just buy them in comic stores or I order them.
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Old 2010-09-22, 19:47   Link #384
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I'm curious. This might have been answered but where could I buy French manga from and have it shipped in the US for a reasonable price? The only website that I've heard of is Renaud-Bray but I'm not sure if they will ship in the US. Does anyone know ><?
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Old 2010-09-23, 02:35   Link #385
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Well, there is www.amazon.fr of course, but at 9 euro per shipment + 1.90 euro per item shipping (to US), that may not be quite so cheap. Hell, the other way around (European ordering from Amazon US) is cheaper.

I've now clue if its any help, but they of course also speak French in Quebec. Maybe some Canadian online shop also carries French manga? Then again due to licensing issues they might not...
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Old 2010-10-10, 05:33   Link #386
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have you got a good australian source to buy cheap manga?
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Old 2010-10-21, 10:53   Link #387
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have you got a good australian source to buy cheap manga?

I would suggest www.manga-au.biz... they sell very cheap, i transfered from borders and madman to them... its really good for my pocket... lol. I order with them as well.
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Old 2010-10-21, 10:56   Link #388
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What's a good place for light novels that isn't amazon.co.jp (doesn't ship to P. O. Boxes) or yesasia (doesn't seem to have any)?

hi, what light novels are you looking for? you may want to visit www.manga-au.biz and ask if they have it or if they can order it for you. I get my mangas from there
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Old 2010-10-21, 11:16   Link #389
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Regarding: Where to buy manga

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International & America
http://www.animenation.com (paypal accepted)
http://www.yesasia.com (paypal accepted)
http://www.amazon.com
http://www.animecornerstore.com
http://www.justmanga.com (paypal accepted)
http://www.sasugabooks.com
http://www.bookdepository.com (paypal accepted, free shipping)

Japan (shipping internationally)
http://www.bk1.jp
http://www.amazon.co.jp
http://www.nippon-export.com (english)

Europe
http://www.archonia.com (Based in Belgium)

United Kingdom
http://www.amazon.co.uk
http://www.up1.co.uk (AKA United Publications)
http://www.orbitalcomics.com
http://www.forbiddenplanet.com
http://www.play.com

France
http://www.fnac.fr
http://www.amazon.fr
http://www.junku.fr

Sweden
http://www.sfbok.se

Finland
http://www.fantasiapelit.com
http://www.goodfellows.fi

Netherlands
http://www.bol.com
http://www.comicasa.nl

Norway
http://www.bokkilden.no
http://www.outland.no


For DVDs, merchandise, etc. check the "Where do I buy..." thread.

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http://www.manga-au.biz for Australia, Philippines and Singapore
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Old 2010-11-01, 05:15   Link #390
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I'm in Australia. Would you know of any there?
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Old 2011-01-05, 00:35   Link #391
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Question to those who use bk1 to subscribe to magazines: do they send out an e-mail confirmation after you submit your application, or do they only contact you once the magazine has been shipped?
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Old 2011-01-07, 15:42   Link #392
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The best one mostly for Europe is bookdepository.co.uk . It is cheap and you don't pay any shipping. Sales Viz Media manga. I have bought 27 volumes from there. (live in Greece)
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Old 2011-01-15, 22:08   Link #393
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Did anyone else hear about this?

Does that mean Borders is going to stop selling TokyoPop? O_o;
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Old 2011-01-18, 18:57   Link #394
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Im suprised i havent seen Cd japan on the list.

They do almost all the Manga and light novels you need and shipping worldwide is cheapest ive found.

Plus you can pick up whole sets at cd-japan here for a nice price.

Suppose only downside is if you cant read japanese

Also if you cant find anything on their english site (Cd japan) check out their Japanese site (neowing) and if its on their you can email them requesting it.

Hope this helps
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Old 2011-01-23, 13:11   Link #395
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The sets themselves are reasonably priced, but the shipping is outrageous. I selected one on a whim and 1) It only gave me Fedex and EMS as shipping options (lol Europe) and 2) The shipping charge was 10540 yen for EMS and 8800 yen for Fedex, all for a set that cost 9152 yen. Riiiight... If they offered SAL to European buyers that'd be great.
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Old 2011-01-25, 18:14   Link #396
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The sets themselves are reasonably priced, but the shipping is outrageous. I selected one on a whim and 1) It only gave me Fedex and EMS as shipping options (lol Europe) and 2) The shipping charge was 10540 yen for EMS and 8800 yen for Fedex, all for a set that cost 9152 yen. Riiiight... If they offered SAL to European buyers that'd be great.
If your talking about Cd-japan i get Sal on everything sometime's it just requires breaking down the order into smaller amounts. If its a set as in all volumes in one then just ask them to send it via 2 or sal shipments via email Their shipping is cheap via sal.

More packages but actually works out cheaper on shipping.

Had the entire to love ru 1-18 sent and shipping only cost 1300yen for sal
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Old 2011-03-04, 21:18   Link #397
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Japanese language manga question

Hi everyone!

I live in Japan and can get Japanese manga (sometimes at a discount) from Book Off and other book stores. However, it seems like there isn't much interest in the Japanese language editions. Am I wrong? Most of the stores listed in the "where to buy" sticky only offer English editions.

Is there any interest in the Japanese editions?
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Old 2011-03-04, 21:48   Link #398
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... What?
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Old 2011-03-04, 23:15   Link #399
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After staring at the post for a few minutes...I think Alcibiades is talking about the Where to Buy thread in the manga section.

In which case, duh. It's a thread made for people in other parts of the world who want to find manga that they can't find. People in Japan don't need to go to the Internet to get a clue where to find manga. They walk to the nearest Book Off and stand there and read, or if they want the newest volume they go to Junkudo or whatever.

Although, yes, people can also ask where to buy Japanese manga in their home countries, through the Internet, etc. in that thread. No rules prevent such requests.
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Old 2011-03-07, 00:47   Link #400
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