Ikebukuro, Japan – Online manga subscription services Manga Planet and futekiya are bringing back the 1-week subscription plan, which offers subscribers access to either the Manga Planet or futekiya Libraries for $1.99.
“I am pleased to announce that due to the popularity of the limited time offer on our 1-week subscription plan, from today, the 1-week plan has been officially added as a permanent subscription option,” says Hiroki Kurihara, President and Board Member of FANTASISTA, Inc. the operating company behind Manga Planet and futekiya. “For example, if you want to relax and read some manga over a free weekend, you could subscribe to this plan with ease.”
There are currently over 600 officially licensed Japanese manga titles between both the Manga Planet and futekiya Libraries. With the 1-week plan, fans can have unlimited access to either the Manga Planet or futekiya Library for seven days. Both libraries have frequent updates, and subscribers using this plan can have the full Manga Planet and futekiya experience at an affordable price.
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. To subscribe, please go to read.mangaplanet.com and create an account.