EigoMANGA and BiblioLabs Distributes Digital Comics To Libraries

Feb 11th 2014
(San Francisco, CA) – February 11, 2014 – EigoMANGA announces an agreement with BiblioLabs that enables libraries to offer EigoMANGA's comic titles to their patrons through the BiblioBoard platform.

BiblioBoard is an award-winning content ecosystem that connects library patrons with digital archives from around the world. It includes over 125,000 e-books and consists of millions of pages of high-quality primary source content covering literature, philosophy, history, geography, science and more. In addition to the web version, BiblioBoard is available as a native application on a variety of popular tablets (iPad, Kindle Fire HD, Nook, and Android tablets).

BiblioBoard offers library patrons a unique EigoMANGA digital comics experience by providing an expansive collection of thematically curated digital comics, original artwork, animation exclusives, and comic creator video interviews.

"It's great to work with BiblioLabs and release our comics to libraries everywhere", states EigoMANGA's Publisher, Austin Osueke. "Libraries have always been an important entry-way for new readers in discovering comics. BiblioBoard is an excellent way to help foster people's love of comics".

About EigoMANGA

EigoMANGA is a production and publishing company that specializes in creating original comic books, animation, and digital media. More information about EigoMANGA can be found at http://www.eigoMANGA.com

About BiblioBoard

BiblioBoard is the PatronsFirst mobile library. The folks behind BiblioBoard are a powerful team based in Charleston, SC. They aim to transform access to information by providing a world-class user experience that thrills library patrons and is profitable for publishers. BiblioBoard is moving library content delivery into the future in a sustainable way. BiblioLabs is also a proud member of the Charleston Digital Corridor. To learn more, visit http://www.biblioboard.com

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