Looking forward to Manga Taishou award if Koe no Katachi able to nominated since those two usually have similar list. also I purchased vol.1 of Thai edition several days ago but still didn't unseal it.
1. A Silent Voice (Koe no Katachi)
2. The Ancient Magus' Bride (Mahō Tsukai no Yome)
3. Kodomo wa Wakatte Agenai
5. Areyo Hoshikuzu
6. Goshoku no Fune
9. Boku Dake ga Inai Machi
10. Kenkō de Bunka-teki na Saitei Gendo no Seikatsu
11. Tanaka Yūichi Sakuhin-shū Machiawase
12. All You Need Is Kill
12. Tokyo Ghoul (tie)
14. Hakubo no Chronicle
15. Haikyu!! (tie)
17. The Heroic Legend of Arslan
17. How Are You? (tie)
19. Katsute Mahō Shōjo to Aku wa Tekitai Shiteita (tie)
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Amazon Japan Starts Free Manga Magazine Reading Service
With Comic Zero-Sum, Grand Jump, Manga Action, Comic Ran Twins, Manga Box, more
The Japanese arm of the online retailer Amazon launched a new service for reading digital editions of manga magazines for free on Wednesday. The initial Kindle Muryō Manga Zasshi (Kindle Free Manga Magazine) lineup includes the first digital edition of Shueisha's Grand Jump magazine, as well as Futabasha's Manga Action, Leed's Comic Ran Twins, Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Zero-Sum, DeNA's Manga Box service, and Square Enix's Hobo Gekkan Otameshi Gangan (Almost Monthly Trial Gangan).
People can read the contents not only on Amazon's own Kindle devices, but also on smartphones, tables, PCs, and other devices.
Amazon launched its Kindle e-book platform with over 50,000 Japanese books, including 15,000 manga volumes, in Japan in 2012. Kodansha announced on Monday that it plans to publish all its manga magazines digitally on the same day that the magazines ship in print. Kodansha already publishes its Morning magazine digitally, and Shueisha has done the same for several of its titles including the flagship magazine Weekly Shonen Jump.
Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san Manga to Resume on January 13
2015's second issue of Kodansha's Evening announced last month that Yasuhisa Kubo's Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san (You're Being Summoned, Azazel) manga will return from hiatus in the following issue on January 13. The manga's hiatus began in May.
Blue Spring Ride Shōjo Manga to End in February
The February issue of Shueisha's Bessatsu Margaret magazine is announcing on Tuesday that Io Sakisaka will end her Blue Spring Ride (Ao Haru Ride) manga in the following issue on February 13. The magazine is commemorating the occasion with an exclusive clear file folder with an new illustration.
Is This Girl For Real?! Manga to End in 8th Volume
The seventh volume of Tsutomu Mutsuki's Is This Girl For Real?! (Kono Onee-san wa Fiction desu!?) manga announced on Friday that the series will end in the next volume. In a message dated "a certain day" in December 2014, Mutsuki made the announcement in the romantic comedy's latest volume.
The creator said in the message that he hopes fans enjoyed the manga. He remarked that he would have liked to add another 10 or 20 volumes.
Ace of Diamond Baseball Manga's 1st Part Ends
This year's seventh issue of Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine is publishing the final chapter of the first part of Yūji Terajima's Ace of Diamond (Daiya no A) manga on Wednesday. A special extra story will appear in the magazine's 10th and 11th issues. Terajima plans to launch the main manga's second part this spring.
Crying Freeman's Ikegami to End Ninja Manga Tenshi wa Maiorita
The January 23rd issue of Houbunsha's Weekly Manga Times magazine announced on Friday that Ryoichi Ikegami (Crying Freeman, Sanctuary) will end his Tenshi wa Maiorita series on January 16.
Ange Vierge Linkage Manga to End in March
This year's second issue of Fujimi Shobo's Dragon Age magazine announced on Friday that Mako Komao's Ange Vierge Linkage manga will end in the magazine's next issue, which retails in Japan on March 9.
Your and My Secret's Morinaga to End Kirara no Hoshi Manga
his year's second issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Friend magazine will announce this Tuesday that Ai Morinaga's Kirara no Hoshi manga will end on the magazine's third issue on February 13.
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