Breaking News In Anime-Yen Plus To Go Digital This Summer


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Hello and greetings fellow otaku,

Here is a bit of breaking news for those of you who are subscribers of the popular manga magazine Yen Plus. It has been recently announced that Yen Plus parent company Yen Press will be discontinuing the print version of the magazine in favor of a digital edition online. They also announced that along with this new format, there will be major changes with the content. Yen Press plans to announce the changes at a later date.

Yen Plus originally debuted back in August of 2008. The magazine featured such popular manga series such as Soul Eater, Bamboo Blade and a manga edition of James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series. As always, stay with Anime Full Circle for the latest on this developing story. And until next time, remember that there is a ton of great anime and manga out there. All you have to do is find it. Ltrs.

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4 Responses to Breaking News In Anime-Yen Plus To Go Digital This Summer

  1. phossil says:

    Havent been a popular Yen Plus reader, so I dont think will miss too much the print version. Wonder if the digital version will have same or better content.

  2. bluedrakon says:

    I actually got my son a subscription to Shonen Jump. I have seen Yen, but not really much I like.

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