Digital Manga Inc. Blog

April 11, 2012

801 and DokiDoki Get New Licenses

We’re proud to announce the long-awaited continuation of two of our series: Kaori Monchi’s Hey! Class President, volumes 4 and 5 and Youka Nitta’s Otodama: Voice from the Dead, volume 2. These books will be released in print at a later date, so whether you’re into supernatural detectives who can talk to the dead, or high school love stories, you’ve got something to look forward to!

April 9, 2012

Launch of New Hentai Publisher and Online Retail Store: Project-H, LLC. and Projectecchi.com

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Gardena, CA (April 9, 2012)
– Presenting Project-H, LLC. and the launch of the new PROJECT-H (ECCHI) website, http://www.projectecchi.com.


About Project-H, LLC.

Previously a special publishing imprint of Digital Manga, Inc., as of March 8, 2012, Project-H is now an independent entity that specializes in the localization and publication of sexually explicit Japanese comics depicting heterosexual relationships, known as Hentai manga. Project-H debuted in 2011 with three titles: Riosuke Yasui’s Shocking Pink!, Hiroshi Itaba’s Three P, and Kuon Michiyoshi’s embrace & bloom. In 2012, the publishing house plans to expand its library with the addition of Mitohi Matsumoto’s My Cute Crossdresser (June 2012), Chihiro Harumi’s Velvet Kiss Vol. 1 (June 2012), Ponkotsu-Works’ Colorful Harvest (July 2012), Ponkotsu-Works’ An Ideal Day to Fall in Love (August 2012), Enoki Tomoyuki’s With a Dictionary and No Skirt (September 2012), Youko Ohnami’s My Good Boy (September 2012), among other exciting titles. Looking forward, Project-H plans to bring much more Hentai manga to English-speaking fans in both print and digital formats.


About Projectecchi.com

To better serve Project-H customers, a news and e-commerce website is now live at http://www.projectecchi.com/. In addition to Project-H books and up-to-the-minute news on Project-H licenses and releases, the new store offers Japanese manga, magazines, photo books, art books, English-language DVD’s, and other Hentai-related merchandise, all of which are rated 18+.

Learn more after the break!

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April 6, 2012

The Weekly Digital Round-Up!


Win Manga on Monday, April 9th


This is Mallow the Twitter Contest Lion, and next Monday (April 9th), we’re giving away all the pieces of his manga throne to our twitter followers! Want to win? Here’s how:

On Monday, starting at 11AM PST, we’ll be posting pictures every half hour to our twitter account. The first person to email preview[AT]emanga.com and identify the item in the picture wins a prize! It’s not as easy as it sounds….we had our employees draw the pictures with their left hands.

We’ve got books, eManga.com points, and book SETS to give away, so follow @digitalmanga on twitter and prepare for giveaway madness on Monday!

PS: To give everyone a chance, you can only win ONCE. :) Thanks!

March 22, 2012

Itazura na Kiss in FULL COLOR

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image003Shoujo manga fans, your day has come! Right now on eManga.com we’ve got Itazura na Kiss, and it’s in full color! Right now you can grab volume 1 here for 899 points (that’s $8.99 for those of you unfamiliar with the points system) and enjoy Kaoru Tada’s shoujo hit in shiny, sparkling color!

March 21, 2012

They’re Back: The Return of Alice the 101st and ZE

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At long last, two series are getting the continuations they deserve! Digital Manga, Inc. is proud to announce the return of Chigusa Kawai’s Alice the 101st and Yuki Shimizu’s ZE. Volumes 3 and 4 of Alice have been licensed, along with volumes 7 and 8 of ZE. Stay tuned for release dates!

March 16, 2012

The Weekly Digital Round-Up

TGIF: Kindle Account Restored

Due to the events that transpired on Thursday, March 15th we were prepared for the worst. But thanks to the massive outpouring of fan support protesting Kindle’s illogical censorship policies and flimsy guidelines, Digital Manga’s Kindle account was restored in record time. We had expected an uphill battle, but manga fans and advocates of equal rights made their voices heard and Amazon realized how loud you all can be. This morning, we received this email:

Hello [DMP],

Thank you for your email concerning the status of your account.

After reviewing your response, we have reinstated your account and we will once again accept your books for possible publication.

Please be advised that all of your submissions must comply with our Content Guidelines for publishing in the Kindle Store and that your future submissions may be subject to additional review prior to being published. This may result in a delay in publishing.

If any future submissions fail to comply with our Content Guidelines, your account may be terminated.

If you would like to review our Content Guidelines, please visit: https://kdp.amazon.com/self-publishing/help?ie=UTF8&topicId=A2AH1EAPH0YKI9

Best regards,
[Amazon]

Again, we extend our biggest, most heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped raise awareness of the issue and to everyone who spoke out against Amazon.

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