Humble Bundle Launches ‘Humble Manga Bundle: Fantasy’

Humble Bundle, purveyors of cheap collections of stuff, have once again partnered with Kodansha to offer a Humble Manga Bundle, this time centring around the theme of ‘Fantasy’. It’s a cheap way to get a selection of fantasy-themed digital manga for a cheap price, while paying what you want.

Like all Humble Bundles, the rewards are sorted into different tiers depending on how much you pay, with the initial rewards starting at just 76p, and going all the way up to just over £15 for everything on offer. Humble claims the bundle is worth “up to $1000” in total, and the manga is offered DRM-free in a variety of formats. As always, a cut of the profits goes to charity – this time, Humble are supporting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.

The full list of rewards are:

Pay $1 (about £0.76) or more

  • Drifting Dragons Vol. 1-3

Pay $8 (about £6.07) or more

  • Land of the Lustrous Vol. 1.5 (review)
  • Clockwork Planet Vol. 1-5 (review)
  • Flying Witch Vol. 1-4

Pay $15 (about £11.38) or more

  • Cells at Work! Vol. 1-4
  • Heaven’s Design Team Vol. 1-2
  • Fire Force Vol. 1-10 (review)
  • Pumpkin Scissors Vol. 1-15

Pay $18 (about £13.67) or more

  • Noragami Vol. 1-6
  • I’m Standing on a Million Lives Vol. 1-4
  • Altair: A Record of Battles Vol. 1-8

Pay $20 (about £15.19) or more

  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Vol. 1-4
  • To Your Eternity Vol. 1-7 (review)
  • Mushishi Vol. 1-10 (review)
  • Battle Angel Alita Vol. 1-3

Humble sometimes update their bundles as they progress, with the new content being available to existing customers – given the breath of content in this bundle, it seems unlikely they’ll do it this time, but we’ll be sure to update if it does happen.

If you’re interested in diving in, The Humble Manga Bundle: Fantasy is running until 13th February and can be found here.

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