SuBLime Hosts Spring Manga Sale


Source: SuBLime
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SuBLime announced that they will host a sale on their digital manga offerings. Through May 30, 2014, over 80 titles will be offered at $1.00 off of the suggested retail price. In addition, print titles are on sale at Right Stuf through May 29.


SuBLime announced that they will host a sale on their digital manga offerings. Through May 30, 2014, over 80 titles will be offered at $1.00 off of the suggested retail price. In addition, print titles are on sale at Right Stuf through May 29.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

SPRING ROMANCE AND PASSIONS BLOOM AS SuBLime EXHIBITS AT FANIME AND ANNOUNCES A LIMITED-TIME SALE ON ALL YAOI MANGA TITLES

Catch Special Digital Discounts On More Than 80 Acclaimed Fan-Favorite Series And Single Volume Editions From Premier Yaoi Manga Publisher SuBLime 

Awkward Silence Cover 001 = 20140524San Francisco, CA, May 23, 2013 SuBLime, the global yaoi manga publishing initiative between VIZ Media and Japan’s Animate, Ltd. (Animate), announces that it will be exhibiting at this weekend’s 2014 Fanime Convention, the largest anime convention and fan gathering in Northern California.

The 2014 Fanime Convention takes place May 23rd – 26th at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Complete details on Fanime are available http://www.fanime.com.

SuBLime will demo and sell its extensive library of acclaimed print yaoi manga (graphic novel) titles throughout the convention. The SuBLime booth will be located in Booth #1201. Yaoi fans are invited to stop by the booth to sample popular manga titles such as AWKWARD SILENCE, HIDE AND SEEK, CRIMSON SPELL and many more that are available in print and digitally from the SuBLime imprint. Fans can also sign up for the SuBLime newsletter and enter to win a Grand Prize package featuring digital and print editions of AWKWARD SILENCE – please visit SuBLime booth 1201 for more details!

As a special Spring treat for fans and readers, SuBLime will be celebrating with a sale offering $1.00 off ALL digital manga (graphic novel) titles currently featured on SuBLimeManga.com. The sale kicks off today and runs for a limited time only through Friday, May 30th.

Fans can take advantage of this weeklong discount on more than 80 acclaimed yaoi titles regularly priced between $1.99 and $7.99 (USD) that are available digitally in a flexible download-to-own format from the SuBLime web site. Selections are viewable as a PDF on any enabled eReader device or computer and can also be accessed via the online manga viewer found on the web site.

In addition, all SuBLime print volumes will be on sale at retailer Right Stuf through May 29th. Readers can save at least 33% off all SuBLime titles, regularly priced at $12.99 and $16.99 (USD) – please visit RightStuf.com to view the full title list!

Explore a wide range of some top BL series and single-volume releases such as AWKWARD SILENCE, DEVIL’S HONEY, LOVE PISTOLS, OKU-SAN’S DAILY FANTASIES, THE SCENT OF APPLE BLOSSOMS, and scores more by some of the most celebrated creators in the yaoi genre. A complete roster of current manga titles is available at: http://www.sublimemanga.com/titles.

For up-to-date news and release information, please visit the SuBLime website at www.SuBLimeManga.com, or follow SuBLime on Twitter at @SuBLimeManga and Facebook at facebook.com/SuBLimeManga.

About SuBLime

SuBLime is a global yaoi/boys’ love manga publisher, and is a partnership between VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), the largest distributor and licensor of anime and manga in North America, and Japan’s Animate, Ltd. (Animate). This bold, global publishing initiative will present English-speaking fans everywhere with a broad selection of high quality titles. SuBLime will offer titles digitally worldwide available at www.SuBLimeManga.com, with many available in Download-to-Own format, and selections in print also available in English-language editions worldwide.

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