Manga in 2017

By: Anime Feminist January 23, 201712 Comments

Last week we talked about our first impressions of anime in 2017 so far, but what about manga?

  • Which ongoing manga will you continue to read in 2017? (Through legal means only, please)
  • Which new manga licences are you excited about?
  • Which (legal) online manga readers do you recommend, in English, Japanese or other languages?
  • Which manga do you wish more feminist fans would read in 2017?
  • Which manga author do you hope more feminist fans discover in 2017?

Self-promotion on these posts is permitted and even encouraged, especially if you are analyzing anime, manga, Japanese pop culture or fandom from a marginalized perspective! Please only include one link per post, but you can put up a different link every Monday if you like. If you’ve already done a blog post on your thoughts on manga for 2017, by all means include it below!


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