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I will show you where you can find manga and how you can download them and read them on your Kindle e-readers.
First of all, the reading of digital manga is exploding in the world. It is particularly noticeable in Japan where there are more readers of digital manga than paper ones.
But, I think that the "manga ebook" has also the possibility to develop widely outside Japan.
Indeed, because of the absence of color, digital manga weighs less to store than other comics. Moreover, as they are already published in a small format in paper version, e-readers with a screen with a high resolution are at ease for their display (even in 6 inches).
If we add to this the available 7 and 8 inch e-readers and low cost touch tablets, we can think that manga can make a nice digital place in our reading devices.
The problem now is that we don't necessarily have digital versions of all the manga that are released...
At Amazon, there is a comic book section that allows you to see, on a case-by-case basis, if the volume you are looking for is available on the Kindle e-reader (or the reading application on tablet, smartphone or PC/Mac).
For popular series like Naruto, the digital version costs $4.99 compared to $6 for the paper version. So that's a nice savings of almost $2 per episode.
What is not bad is that you can search directly and only in the mangas that are available in digital using the search engine of your Kindle e-reader (or on Amazon).
So you can find a lot of things, even if everything is not yet present. I also noticed that recent releases tend to come out in digital too.
So, reissues like GUNNM, have their digital version.
With Amazon, you can subscribe to a service like Prime or Kindle Unlimited.
Kindle Unlimited offer the larger choice but you'll have to pay a small fee each mounth to access the books and the mangas available.
If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can access to a catalogue of free ebooks and mangas and the Prime Reading (read this article to know more about it) section of the Kindle Library on your Kindle e-reader. (no extra fee if you already a Prime customer)
If you're interested in digital comics, you've probably come across files in slightly exotic formats like CBR or CBZ. Here's how to convert them to PDF.
Note : there is a full tutorial on the website to help you read CBR et CBA on Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite (click here).
Fortunately, thanks to Calibre you can transform these files into PDF files that are easier to use on your different devices: e-readers, tablets, smartphones, PC and Mac.
The advantage of using Calibre to do the conversion is that it offers optimizations regarding the images, in order to display the comics more clearly on a reader (with a black and white screen). But, you can also use another software to do the conversion.
The first thing to do is to install Calibre if you don't have it on your computer yet. You can go to this site to download it: https://calibre-ebook.com/fr/download
Now you have to import your CBR or CBZ file into Calibre.
You can now transfer PDF, CBR and CBZ to your Kindle device.
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Recognizing the need for an informed and reliable source for eReader-related content, Nicolas created MyEreader.net, where he currently serves as the lead writer. His well-crafted articles cover a wide range of topics, including eReader reviews, comparisons between various devices, tips for optimizing reading experiences, and discussions on the future of digital reading. Read more here
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