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News Manga: The Complete Guide Updates Online, Gives Away Manga
posted on 2009-09-10 07:41 EDT
Author Jason Thompson announced at Kumoricon in Oregon this past weekend that his Eisner-nominated Manga: The Complete Guide will be updated online on Random House's Suvudu.com website. Starting next Wednesday, the website will post a new manga review every day. To promote the new project, Thompson will give away at least five graphic novels a day to visitors of Suvudu.com. Winners who also post a photo of themselves with their own personal library online with a Suvudu.com link will receive five more books. In all, 1,825 to 3,650 books will be given away for free. AnimeVice posted an interview with Thompson about the new project.
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