Panini will increase prices for several manga in 2024

The industry of mangaso loved by its loyal readers, is about to undergo a significant change from January 2024.

Renowned publisher Panini has announced price adjustments to its extensive manga collection. The adjustment will be applied to works that will gain new volumes at the beginning of next year.

In total, there are 23 series that will start the year with new prices, including the acclaimed series “Spy x Family”, which will go from R$37.90 to R$40.90 from volume 12 onwards.

New values ​​for Panini manga in 2024

Editora Panini is recognized for its wide and significant publication of manga around the world, solidifying its role as one of the main publishers of the genre.

The company licenses and translates a wide range of Japanese titles, covering different genres and target audiences.

Among the most popular and notable manga published by Panini are highly successful series, such as “Naruto”, which follows the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki in his quest to become a notable ninja.

One Piece” is another standout series that chronicles the journey of Monkey D. Luffy and his crew of pirates in search of the legendary treasure known as One Piece.

Another significant contribution from Panini includes “Dragon Ball,” a masterpiece by Akira Toriyama that spawned several series and continues to be a defining influence in the world of manga and anime.

Furthermore, “My Hero Academia” (“Boku no Hero Academia”) explores a world where people with superpowers, called “quirks”, are common, following the trajectory of Izuku Midoriya on his journey to become a hero.

Finally, “Attack on Titan” (“Shingeki no Kyojin”) is an action-fantasy manga that describes humanity’s fight against giant humanoids that feed on people.

Now, readers who wish to keep their reading up to date will need to plan financially, as the publisher has confirmed the adjustments for 2024. Check the price table:

Image: Reproduction Crunchyroll/Source of information: Brazilian Manga Library, Panini

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