Just a heads up everyone, Amazon has the price down 40% right now. Normally it's $106, but they have it down to $65!!!
Here's the link, dirty birds.
FYI there's more than one volume.
Yea it's Kyoshi's orgin story. It's made up of 2 novels. The first is " Rise of Kyoshi" and the sequal is "Shadow of Kyoshi".
The E-books are 10 dollars a piece on Amazon. For the physical books I would suggest Barnes and nobles
Rise of Kyoshi
Shadow of Kyoshi
I highly recommend not buying them individually. Buy the manga box sets. Its the exact same volumes and quality. You will save some money, will get a neat looking box and extra mini volumes inside each boxes.
Sure its one big purchase insted of small one but you will thank me later.
. Box set 1 is 105$ so 4.60$ per volume. For 23 volumes.
You can find both volumes new on Amazon. That's where I got them at least. For about $40($20 per book which is fair for a hardcover) because Amazon hadn't started charging sales tax in my state at that point. Now we all just sit and wait for VOl.3.
My last art book was Hyrule Historia , a Zelda art book which was also published by Dark Horse Comics. I’m very excited for this one. :D
You can get a physical hardcover copy on Amazon too if your interested. Most of the stuff posted here is fan art from these books.
Here is the non affiliate Amazon Smile link. Please use this one and don't support OP. He's another one of those Amazon referral link spammers.
They sell a box set, here it is on Amazon for $135 but generally yeah like 10 dollars a volume for Manga is right its expensive especially for a long series with lots of volumes
130 $ on book depository with free ship: https://www.bookdepository.com/One-Piece-Box-Set-East-Blue-Baroque-Works-Volumes-1-23-with-premium-Eiichiro-Oda/9781421560748?ref=grid-view&qid=1531980804670&sr=1-2
100 $ on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/One-Piece-Box-Set-Baroque/dp/1421560747
Nausicaä Of The Valley Of Wind hardcover retails for $70 but Amazon has it right now for $36 https://www.amazon.com/dp/1421550644/
It's by Hayao Miyazaki (of Studio Ghibli) and is one of the all-tmie greatest graphic novels. Post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, greatness.
[Amazon US] Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Box Set (~~$36.98~~ $36.75 - third-party direct only) - Hardcover manga, originally debuted at ~$35 in 2012.
Your best bet would probably be the Hyrule Historia book as it contains the "official" timelines as well as lots of other lore and background information on the games.
I'm not an expert on merch but I imagine Amazon gets it from an official wholesaler of the products and the puts them up for retail. Amazon it pretty good about having official products sold there, and It'd probably be pretty clear if it wasn't official (with a lack of the products info and what not).
I actually just purchased my first LN collection from Amazon earlier today, and they listed the publisher on the page. So I hope my money went to the creator's sales.
It's not that expensive. Amazon currently has the hardcover box set for $46.55.
Right on - I assume this one is good?
No, but they'll be released slowly. The volume 1 pre-order is on sale at Amazon at $27, plus there is an Amazon coupon for 10% and another for $5 off.
Deluxe Volume 1: https://www.amazon.com/Berserk-Deluxe-1-Kentaro-Miura/dp/1506711987/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1544846357&sr=8-1&keywords=berserk+deluxe
Deluxe Volume 2: https://www.amazon.com/Berserk-Deluxe-2-Kentaro-Miura/dp/1506711995/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1544846357&sr=8-2&keywords=berserk+deluxe
If you mean like a three-in-one type of deal, yes - Berserk Deluxe. It's paperback, pages are bigger and, yeah, that's all I know. First one's out in just a few days, second will be released in July and the third's coming in November, with more on the way.
If you're aiming on picking up volume 1, I recommend going here on Amazon as the price is down to 35 USD, (shipping not included, but still).
Yes! And recently (relatively) been re-released as a two-book omnibus with hard case as the old individual chapters were out of print;
I'll definitely give it a look. Thanks for the recommendation.
Hyrule Historia. Great book for reasonably cheap, a real collectors item and essential to understanding Zelda timelines, previous games and lore.
Hyrule Historia Amazon Link
The manga box sets are worth the money!!! Definitely pick those up if you can. They’re pretty cheap on Amazon (retail price is $185 but here they’re about $110):
One Piece Box Set: East Blue and Baroque Works, Volumes 1-23 https://www.amazon.com/dp/1421560747/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_R-VJAbR07BS9J
Also available on Amazon US and Canada
I always use amazon. I reccomend buying berserk deluxe edition first. Its a premium hardcover book that comes with the first three volumes. Its pretty cheap right now at about 27$ nearly half the usual price.
Berserk Deluxe Volume 1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/1506711987/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_kFw3CbEB9KH1C
There's an official English translation by the publisher Vertical now that is currently translating all the novels, the latest one to have been published is Tsukimonogatari, and they're pumping a new one every 2-3 months roughly. You can buy them on Amazon, for example.
Also, if you're up for it, they grouped the first novels into a First Season Box Set, and a Second Season Box Set is also available for pre-order (but will only come out at the end of the year).
It comes out July 16th. Here is the amazon page, which includes the description.
You may want to check out our Guide to Upcoming Content for more info on this book and other future releases.
I recommended her Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, a classic by Hayao Miyazaki with 7 volumes in total, the first 2 volumes of which were made into the anime film of the same name.
I would recommend either:
the Deluxe Volume 1 physical copy for about $35 which includes the first 3 volumes,
or you can buy the first 4 volumes from Dark Horse digital for $30.
While you get more story and content for a lower price going the digital route, with the physical deluxe edition you at least have the option of re-selling it at a decent price, if it doesn't suit your fancy.
You could try going the free route, but quality suffers quite a bit from poor scans and translations.
Either way, first 3 volumes at a minimum before reserving judgement. Volume 3 does end in a middle of an important event, though, just as a warning.