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Jul 21, 2003
Because the cost of having a physical copy of manga volumes of Eternal Editions of Sailor Moon mangas is 35$CDN each, I decided to go the cheap route and look for it on my Kobo app.

Which they don't have. :-\

Is there a reason that the Sailor Moon manga can't go digital like so many mangas are? Is it because the failure of Crystal that folks forget about the series? Or is Naoko having a lock and key of piracy over it?

We were supposed to get a retelling of the manga just like the successful light novels. I have two series, How to Not Summon a Demon Lord and I've Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level. I also plan to get An Arch Demon Dilemma: How to Love Your Elf Bride once I get money for more Kobo cards.

It's just, do we have to go to MissDream to read the series online? I'm willing to read works and pay money for it. Some say I had to drop Sailor Moon cause I can't afford it. I would love to see the series digitally because I'm running out of book space.

Anyway, that's my rant. Hoping that the deal with Walmart might bring Japanese readers to read on Kobo. Time will tell.
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