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News Vampire Hunter D Manga Posted on Uclick's iPhone App
posted on 2009-04-15 04:58 EDT
The online comic distributor Uclick and the North American manga company Digital Manga Publishing have announced that the Vampire Hunter D manga is now available on Apple's App Store for iPhone and iPod touch mobile devices. The first volume is available on the online store in six US$0.99 chapters. The third volume will ship in paper form next month.
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