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Digital Manga
FounderHikaru Sasahara
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationGardena, California
DistributionDiamond Book Distributors (books)[1]
Publication typesComics, manga
Fiction genresJosei, romance, shōjo, yaoi
Imprints801 Media, DMP Books, DokiDoki, eManga, Juné Manga, Lilyka, Project-H

Digital Manga is a California-based publishing company that licenses and releases Japanese manga, anime, and related merchandise in the English language.

Digital Manga also owns and operates eManga, a digital publishing site for manga and light novels, that publishes books and e-book editions of works from other publishers.

The non-publishing division includes Pop Japan Travel (a tour service) and several e-retail sites for books and for import products, including Akadot Retail and Yaoi Club.

Since 2011, Digital Manga has utilized Kickstarter for funds. The first Kickstarter project was to reprint Osamu Tezuka's titles, and the most successful project to be funded was to print the Finder series by Yamane Ayano.


Digital Manga Publishing

The company has co-published manga with publishing house Dark Horse Comics, including Berserk, Hellsing, The Ring, and Trigun.



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Osamu Tezuka series


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