Welcome to the world of Manga, literally the best thing that Japan ever exported. At MangaKong.com, you can read the most popular manga series ever drawn. As we are just beginning we might not have all of them but we are working on adding newer series as and when we receive your recommendation.
For those who are new to Manga, this is where Anime gets life. Manga is the Japanese word for comics and print cartoons. In Japan, manga are widely read by people of all ages, and include a broad range of subjects: action-adventure, romance, sports and games, historical drama, comedy, science fiction and fantasy, mystery, horror, sexuality, and business and commerce, among others. Manga have also become increasingly popular worldwide. Manga are typically printed in black-and-white, although some full-color manga exist. If a manga series is popular enough, it may be animated after or even during its run [Naruto, Bleach].
Manga is also a good option for people who are a little tired of the fact that some of the anime shows tend to drag the story a lot and deviate from the original storyline [fillers]. With manga you can be upto date with the original story and do not have to wait for the anime to catch up.
Hope you enjoy Manga as much as we do!
If you want to know more about Manga, visit the wiki page: [Manga]
p.s.Manga is read from the right to the left
* Wild Life 128
* The Breaker: New Waves 172
* The Gamer 55
* The God of High School 176
* Kuroshitsuji 97
* Sword Art Online – Progressive 10.5
* Doubutsu no Oishasan 52 – 56
* Kono S o, Mi yo! 89 – 90
This is no ancient relic, rather it’s a modern artwork made by Behance user kimbal. He was one of 30 artists who were commissioned by Warner Home Entertainment Mexico and the Mexican Museum of Design. They were each given a plain white Batman bust to go wild on, as a way to celebrate Bats’ 75th birthday while showcasing Mexican creativity.
Kimbal drew inspiration from the Mayan god Camazotz. If you’re a Shin Megami Tensei fan then you might be familiar with this deity. Not only was Camazotz the Mayan god of darkness (among other things), he was also portrayed as a bat. Apparently his name translates to “death bat.” So. I guess I should have led with that one.