Episode 14: Single Volume Manga
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This month we're talking about manga that is released as a single  volume! Including, but not limited to, short story collections,  anthologies, and one-and-done narratives. Why are these books brought to English, and how well do they do? Are short books able to rival their longer counterparts?  Hear our thoughts! Follow Ray on her channel Whimsical Pictures and Twitter And if you can't get enough of me, Gee, be sure to follow me on Twitter
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