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ane1 noe where i culd buy wsm magazines
need to buy raws for the manga good ending thank you ^^
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I want to order the manhwa The Breaker (브레이커) online but I live in the U.S. and I can't order from Korea because International shipping is expensive. Does anyone know where I can buy online maybe from a local/domestic U.S. online store? Or if you guys know any stores in the Lower East Side Manhattan or Queens area of New York City to buy this series from.
Last edited by daigo; February 19, 2010 at 09:43 PM.
Hmm that's a tough one dude! I'm so bored I tried finding it on every possible outlet online lol with no results!
Maybe you could try ebay? Keep checking everyday and I'm sure someone will put it up for sale/auction. You could try the Korean version of ebay...which is http://www.gmarket.co.kr/index_eng.asp
Why don't you try Forbidden Planet NYC store? We have one here in London and they stock both manga & manhwa titles! You could always phone them in advance to see if they have it or if they could order it in for you!
Last edited by Bugzee; February 22, 2010 at 12:42 AM.
A walmart sized bookstore filled with mangas and manwhas. ull find what you need there. if you live around ny its probably worth going in and checking it out. Inoue Sensei did a muriel there which is quite awe inspiring. i am 90% sure they will have the breaker at the NY store because they have it at the sydney store so if you cant get it there idk what hope you have.
You can buy original Japanese manga at yasuimanga.com
Their prices start from 4.95USD (+4.95USD worldwide shipping)
Can anyone tell me about the subscription of G-fantasy in Bk1. I've found the page, chosen the magazine, and then a page appears asking me to fill in my email and chose the shipping methods as well as the delivery time.
After I've filled in everything and pressed complete, a page like this appear which I understand nothing about
So if anyone have already subscribed for any magazines in this page, please help me explain this. About the cost, shipping fees, how and when they will charge me for the subscription and how can choose the length of my subscription?
Last edited by Kaiten; March 22, 2010 at 03:53 AM.
I found this on Raw Paradise but I seem not able to find it even on amazon.co.jp. Has it yet to be released or did I overlook something?
I think it's a special item that comes as a special bundle version of volume 17. Amazon I don't know the answer, just a guess.
Does anyone have any experience buying from Asahiyausa.com? I'm thinking of getting a magazine subscription there since the prices aren't that bad and it seems to be a US-located store, so the shipping prices are lower for me. But I haven't seen much mention about them so no clue what their service is like...
you can buy Japanese manga from amazon.
I'm looking to purchase to series from artist ASADA Torao, Koga Ninpocho: Aratame (adapted from the same stories as Basilisk, but sci-fi version) and ＱＵＩＺ 下巻.
It's hard to get them, and I think the only way to get them is if someone residing from Japan orders them and send them to me. So if there's someone who wants to help me out with this (if wanted, I'll pay extra money for your service). Payment by paypal...
I also want to buy an extra copy of Koga Ninpocho: Aratame Volume 2, so I can get it scanned since I know their are quite a few Basilisk fans (Volume 1 has been scanned). Maybe evenget it translated who knows, how it wil work out.
I've put the links here (I don't know how reliable amazon.co.jp 2nd hand copies are, 1 yen!, so I've als oput up an Jbook link):
Koga Ninpocho: Aratame
Last edited by loempiavreter; June 21, 2010 at 02:03 PM.
It's probably unnecessary to have someone order something for you, and would be rather unwise of them, as any major credit card can be used at amazon japan. The purchase will automatically be converted to Yen. You certainly don't need to go to the trouble of having a stranger in Japan order for you