Kodansha Humble Bundle Review (2022) – Get It Before It’s Gone!

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Kodansha Humble Bundle Review (2022) – Get It Before It’s Gone!

Kodansha Humble Bundle Review (2022) - Get It Before It’s Gone!

Would you like to purchase a large number of excellently priced award-winning manga while also helping a worthwhile cause? Then you’re in luck since manga publisher Kodansha is selling a collection of 136 award-winning manga volumes on Humble Bundle for for US$40!

If you don’t want to spend that much money, you can purchase the first volume of the seventh Kodansha series for for $1. All volumes are DRM-free and available for direct download to your preferred reading device.

Every purchase made through this bundle will also contribute to the Book Industry Charitable Foundation (BINC). Since its founding, BINC has assisted more than 7,800 families by providing money to book and comic store employees in need.

So on today’s episode of Honey’s Anime, we’ll look at this amazing Humble Bundle offer and share our top picks for what’s included. However, act quickly because the offer is only valid through April 16th!

What’s a Humble Bundle?

If you haven’t purchased from Humble Bundle before, they are a charity-focused company that first became well-known by offering charity packages of independently produced video games. Since then, they have formed significant alliances with major businesses and non-profit organisations and regularly present fantastic discounts on video games, eBooks, or digital comics and graphic novels.

Even better, the price of your Humble Bundle is entirely up to you! You may receive fewer or more goods in your bundle depending on the minimum amount you decide to spend, but you will also have a say in where your money is spent. The package is flexible and does a lot to support charities in a meaningful way, so you can give more or less to the various organisations or organisations it is connected with!

What’s in the Kodansha Award-Winning Bundle?

The currently accessible package includes some of Kodansha’s amazing, award-winning manga, including action, science fiction, and slice-of-life stories! There will undoubtedly be something here that you are interested in reading, whatever it may be.

There are 136 volumes in all, spread across 15 different series. You can obtain: as noted on the Humble Bundle website.

A Condition Called Love: Hananoi-kun to Koi no Yamai, Vols. 1–6, Blue Lock Volumes 1 through 3 of the Blue Period

Knights of Sidonia: Sidonia no Kishi, Volumes 1–7

Dr. Stork is Kounodori. Volumes 1 through 15 of “My Boy in Blue,” Volumes 1 through 8 of “Our Precious Conversations,” Volumes 1 through 5 of “Kiseijuu,” Volumes 1 through 8 of “Kuragehime,” Volumes 1 through 9 of “Space Brothers,” and Volumes 1 through 36 of the series.

The Quintessential Quintuplets: Volumes 1 through 7 Fumetsu no Anata e: Volumes 1 through 13

What did you eat yesterday, Kinou Nani Tabeta? Vol 1

Vol. 1–4 of Tongari Boushi no Atelier (Witch Hat Atelier)

Your Lie in April, Volumes 1 through 11, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso

That much manga is a lot! You can choose from 5 different bundles to purchase, so you are not required to pay the full US$40 if you don’t want to. Depending on how much you pay, you will receive different volumes in the series mentioned above.

Honey’s Anime Top Picks!

What aspect of the package makes us the happiest?

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (Your Lie In April), a heartbreaking manga series that was made into a powerful anime, is a must-read for our romance-dependent readers. High school romances like Hananoi-kun to Koi no Yamai (A Condition Called Love) and Go-Toubun no Hanayome (The Quintessential Quintuplets) are both incredibly emotional.

Sidonia no Kishi (Knights of Sidonia), an older but no less adored sci-fi horror with mechs, and Blue Lock, an action-packed drama about the brutal future of Japanese soccer, are also great choices if romance isn’t your thing. Of course, if we’re talking horror, we also can’t pass up the opportunity to purchase the entire eight-volume set of the beloved 1988 series Kiseijuu (Parasyte)!

Other pleasant surprises include the silly science fiction comedy Uchuu Kyoudai and the shoujo age-gap romance P to JK (My Boy in Blue) (Space Brothers). The inclusion of the genuinely excellent seinen fantasy Tongari Boushi no Atelier (Witch Hat Atelier), which is practically worth the price of admission alone, is what makes us the happiest about this Kondansha Humble Bundle.

Final Thoughts

Final Thoughts

It’s an amazing chance to get a tonne of digital comics for a low price while also helping a worthwhile cause. This is a perfect time to invest a few dollars and pick up some top picks, whether there are just a few volumes you have your eye on or all of them!

Consider purchasing anything from the Kodansha Award-Winning Humble Bundle, if you haven’t already. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. As usual, thanks for reading.

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