Are there any sites like crunchyroll that offer lots of manga that are available in Germany? I don't want German translations, but the crunchyroll stuff is mostly not available in Germany and many manga I read aren't available there.

Some mangas I read:

  • Aka Akatoretachi no Monogatari
  • Akame ga Kiru!
  • Ana Satsujin
  • Radukai Kishi no Eiyuutan
  • Dungeon Ni Deai O Motomeru No Wa Machigatte Iru Darou Ka
  • Freezing
  • Gokukoku No Brynhildr
  • Big Order
  • Isekai Maou to Shoukan Shoujo Dorei Majutsu
  • Armin, do you care even if it's an app, where you can read manga?
    – user28546
    May 30 '16 at 21:46
  • @user28546 as long as it is an Android app, no.
    – Armin
    May 30 '16 at 21:46
  • The app works for both apple and android
    – user28546
    May 30 '16 at 21:47
  • @user28546 if it is completely legal, then please, post an answer.
    – Armin
    May 30 '16 at 21:48

All though there are not a lot subscription based sites like Crunchyroll, The following sites do offer a broad variety of digital manga editions, which should have a lot less geo limitations. Which streaming sites like Crunchyroll do tend to have

Considering that breaking the terms of service is not necessarily illegal. You could also buy yourself a VPN, and read the manga from a region where it is available, making it a semi-legal solution as well.

  • saidly, i can't use crunchyroll, because most mangas i read (well, all to be honest) aren't available there. maybe the animes of them are available there (like shingeki no kyojin) but not the mangas, which i prefer.
    – Armin
    May 30 '16 at 15:38
  • and buying every manga i read is very expensive for a student -.-
    – Armin
    May 30 '16 at 15:38
  • @Armin Not only for students. Manga is expensive, all though digital copies tend to be a quite a bit cheaper then physical ones. By lack of digital/streaming versions, you sadly end up with having to buy them real quickly. If you don't mind physicall copies, you can always see if you can buy them second hand. I sometimes manage to buy several manga's for only .50 cent/a euro a piece.
    – Dimitri mx
    May 30 '16 at 15:45
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    FWIW Comicwalker can be used for free, but it has relatively limited titles (although I assume that it also depends on the language you're reading), and possibly only a limited "preview" for what it does have. (I was only able to read the first four EVA chapters in English when I last used the site.)
    – Maroon
    May 30 '16 at 16:55
  • @Maroon yeah, I've tried finding some of my mangas, I read there. No luck -.-
    – Armin
    May 30 '16 at 22:00

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