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Amazon Channels’ Anime Strike Offers Free Digital Manga

by on March 22, 2017
 

Amazon Channels’ curated on-demand subscription service Anime Strike is offering its members free digital manga through ComiXology once a month for the rest of 2017. The free title will be selected by the Anime Strike team based on the most popular shows over the past month, with April’s offering being Blue Exorcist Vol. 1 to commemorate the fact that Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga was Anime Strike’s top-streamed Winter simulcast.

Full details are available at the offer page on Amazon’s Anime Strike page.

About Anime Strike
Anime Strike is the first curated on-demand subscription from Amazon Channels. Available to Prime members in the U.S. for $4.99 per month after a 7-day free trial, Anime Strike includes a deep library of classic and newly released episodes carefully selected and curated by Amazon.

Anime fans can now discover classics, exclusives, and hard-to-find content (like new episodes from Japan’s famed late-night anime blocks). With the Anime Strike subscription, subscribers can enjoy over 1,000 episodes and movies, ad-free, with new episodes added weekly. Fans will appreciate anime episodes with vivid action, deep plotlines and relationships, complex characters, stunning visuals, strong narratives, and plot twists. Anime Strike includes recent hits like The Great Passage, and same-day-as-broadcast series with episodes released weekly direct from Japan, including Scum’s Wish and Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga.

About Amazon Channels
Amazon Channels is the new way for Prime members to watch over 100 on-demand channels – no cable required, cancel anytime, and no additional apps to download. The service includes a wide variety of popular and more niche video subscriptions to choose from, including HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ, PBS KIDS, Acorn TV, A+E Network, AMC, Cinemax, Seeso and more, plus Anime Strike and Heera – on-demand subscriptions by Amazon Channels. Amazon Channels features numerous benefits for viewers, including:

  • ● Pay for only the channels you want
  • ● No cable package required
  • ● Watch anywhere, anytime on over 650 compatible devices
  • ● Self-service cancellation of any subscription at anytime
  • ● Create your own custom lineup from over 100 premium and specialty channels
  • ● Free trials on all subscriptions
  • ● Convenience of one account, no additional passwords to remember
  • ● Trusted, reliable streaming from Amazon Video

Amazon Channels are available in the US with support for all the devices Amazon Video is available on—Fire TV, Fire and other iOS and Android tablets, connected TVs, game consoles, iOS and Android phones, and laptops.

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