Azuki Adds My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files Manga To Its Library

Azuki manga service currently has a catalog of ongoing manga including EDENS ZERO and The Yakuza’s Guide to Babysitting.

My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files

Natsumi Ito’s mystery romance manga My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files is now available to read on the official website of Azuki manga service, as well as on their IOS and android apps.

The manga currently has released two chapters, with one chapter available for free users and both the chapters available for the premium users. A new chapter for My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files will release every Monday at 8 a.m. Pacific Time for the Premium users. The chapters will also be available for free with ads a week after its initial release for free users.

My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files

The plot of My Dear Detective: Mitsuko’s Case Files is set in the Showa era in Japan.

Azuki describes the plot of the manga as:

Detective Mitsuko and her handsome new assistant Saku solve diverse cases and explore the rapidly changing culture of 20th century Japan — including chapters exploring subjects like feminism, gender identity, and more.

Azuki had previously announced that they have added  Red Riding Hood’s Wolf Apprentice: Final Testament to the Moon and Doomsday Cleaning to their library.

Azuki manga service currently has a catalog of ongoing manga including EDENS ZERO and The Yakuza’s Guide to Babysitting, with chapters released on the same day as Japanese editions. Along with it, they have a catalog of over 200 series that have finished serialization, including Attack on Titan.

All titles are available worldwide in English, except Japan.

Kodansha USA was the first publisher that Azuki collaborated with, making the most popular titles of Japanese publisher’s available for on-demand viewing. This was followed by tie-ups with Glacier Bay Books and Star Fruit Books, which gave Azuki access to their selection of their critically acclaimed indie manga, and then an exclusive partnership with Los Angeles-based manga publisher, Kaiten Books.

 Azuki, created by KiraKira Media Inc., debuted on June 28, 2021, on iOS, Android, and web browsers.

Select chapters with advertisements are available to free users. Customers can also purchase a subscription for US$4.99 that allows them to read manga without advertising. Each chapter includes comment threads for registered user conversations.

Source: Press Release

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