Square Enix Ending E-Manga Service In North America & France

Game publisher Square Enix ending E-Manga service as of May 23 in North America & France. Square Enix revealed their E-Manga plan at Comic-Con international on July of 2010. The North America store launched officially that December with volumes of Fullmetal Alchemist, Soul Eater, The Record Of A Fallen Vampire and Yumekui Kenbun: Nightmare Inspector. Fullmetal Alchemist is by far their best selling manga branch with sales over 30 million in Japan alone. What do you think of Square Enix Ending E-Manga Service In North America & France?

Square Enix Ending E-Manga Service In North America & France

Square Enix Ending E-Manga Service In North America & France

Manga in the U.S & Manga in Japan and Asia are completely different when it comes to sales, interest in manga is high in Japan and other places in Asia than there is in the U.S, mainly due to the advertisement that’s offered over there versus in the U.S. On May 23, Square Enix Manga Store will stop offering new manga in France and N. America. Users will still be able to read previously purchased manga after the service ends, but mainly Square will exit the overseas manga distribution business.

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Denis Pervan

Owner & Webmaster of Square Enix Origin. Die hard Square Enix fan ever since I laid my hands on Final Fantasy VII. Among being a Square Enix fan, I am a passionate soccer, basketball, and football fanatic who also enjoys a nice book every now and then.

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