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Exclusive: ComiXology Unlimited Subscription Service Adds Harlequin Romance Manga

posted on by Karen Ressler
15-page preview of A Man For All Seasonings posted

Digital reading platform Comixology announced on Tuesday that it has added Harlequin Romance manga titles to its Comixology Unlimited subscription service. The following 20 titles are available:

  • A Man For All Seasonings by Day Leclaire and Towa Isezaki
  • A Mistake In Identity by Sandra Field and Wataru Yasutake
  • A Question Of Honor by Lindsay Mckenna and Kazuko Teradate
  • A Secret Sorrow by Karen Van Der Zee and Masako Ogimaru
  • A Wild Affair by Charlotte Lamb and Yoko Hanabusa
  • Blind Date by Emma Darcy and Mihoko Hirose
  • The Boss, The Baby And The Bride by Day Leclaire and Emi Hohsyo
  • Dragon Bay by Violet Winspear and Rin Ogata
  • Fast And Loose by Elizabeth Oldfield and Mao Karino
  • Her Convenient Millionaire by Gail Dayton and Kasumi Kuroda
  • The Husband Assignment by Helen Bianchin and Kei Kohsaki
  • Little White Lies by Marjorie Lewty and Chieko Hara
  • The Man, The Ring, The Wedding by Patricia Thayer and Harumo Sanazaki
  • The Pregnancy Affair by Anne Mather and Kei Kosaki
  • Rough And Ready by Elizabeth Oldfield and Fumi Kakizaki
  • The Seduction Project by Miranda Lee and Sara Nakayama
  • The Spaniard's Woman by Diana Hamilton and Mizuho Ayabe
  • Switched At The Altar by Metsy Hingle and Shin Kurokawa
  • Tug Of Love by Penny Jordan and Reiko Kitagawa
  • Who Rides The Tiger by Anne Mather and Hikomi Hisakake

ComiXology shared the first 15 pages of Man For All Seasonings with ANN:


Canadian romance publisher Harlequin Enterprises' Japanese branch, Harlequin K. K., has been publishing manga adaptations of Harlequin stories since 1998 in a partnership with Ohzora Publishing. SoftBank Creative took over digital distribution in 2008. Harlequin has also launched multiple manga magazines — such as Monthly Harlequin (later just Harlequin), Harlequin Original, Bessatsu Harlequin, Zōkan Harlequin, Harlequin darling!, and the Harlequin Comics Magazine app for iOS devices — since 2008.

Dark Horse Comics began releasing some of the manga in print in English in 2005, though Harlequin took over distribution the following year. Harlequin and SoftBank Creative have distributed Harlequin's manga titles digitally in English on several platforms, including Amazon and Digital Manga Publishing's emanga.com website.

The Comixology Unlimited subscription service launched last May. The service offers a number of titles for a monthly fee of US$5.99. The service includes a number of manga titles, primarily first volumes.


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