The Manga Planet team will be making an appearance in Spain’s biggest pop culture event, Japan Weekend Online!
What is Japan Weekend Online?
In times of social distancing, the biggest pop culture event in Spain goes online with a spectacular program, guests, and virtual activities.
Manga Planet Editor-in-Chief Emma Hanashiro and Producer Gladys Angala talk about the history of Manga Planet, our online manga subscription service as well as upcoming titles.
How can I join Japan Weekend Online?
Head over to the Japan Weekend Online website and purchase a ticket (5.00€) to enter the vritual hall. They have spaces for talks and workshops, contests and tournaments, masterclasses and premieres, as well as their Cosplay Virtual Cup.
Click on the Talks (“Charlas” Hall to watch our talk on digital manga publishing!
See you there! For more details, visit japanweekend.com/online.
About Manga Planet: Read manga, support artists
In 2012, Manga Planet started as a joint project between Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. and FANTASISTA, INC. to research and explore the ways manga is read throughout the world. Aiming to bring new manga to fans from all over the world and support artists and the industry, Manga Planet pushes for affordability and access to manga through a subscription-based service.
Readers who subscribe to Manga Planet and pay a flat monthly fee of $6.99 will have access to our expanding library of English-language manga. By the end of 2020, subscribers will have unlimited access to at least 500 titles. To subscribe, please go to read.mangaplanet.com and create an account. More information is in our guide.