Discussion in 'Conventions, Events & Websites' started by theirsbailiff, Jun 8, 2011.
And that's been added to the list.
Reading's Red Garden Manga is still trading via post/local deliveries, even though the physical store in Reading closed about 18 months back :cry: . Frank & Co always very helpful in getting hold of new or old manga.
Sorry if this is against the rules, but can I give a punt to my own site? We specialise in UC Gundam kits at the moment.
One for the "Toys/Figurines/Gunpla/Hobbyist" section: AnimeZ, an anime merchandise shop based in Newcastle.
Zavvi is an online store they dont specialize in anime however they have quite a lot of dvd's on there and the pricing isnt bad they had the miyazaki steel tin blurays for sale for 9.99 tho when i ordered them howls moving castle was out of stock other than that the dvds are delivered quickly and they are genuine i also got the rerelease gurren lagann ultimate edition blu ray there. if ur a uni student u get 10% off
Anyone here used Robert's Anime Corner Store to import US sets? If so, has your experience been good?
Hopefully thebailiff be back before Christmas, since I have a very reliable recommendation to anyone wishing purchase manga at a reasonable price.
Under it's categories is an extensive range, and seven thousand items of manga alone. Often with 20-30% off and free of postage the world over
I mainly use wordery to get my manga, not only is it cheaper but they usually have them in stock early as well.
This list is quite out of date, Play.com is long gone and Base isnt on there. I think we need a new list.
thank you for this list! I'm new to the UK and I've been dying to find anime/manga-related places
Notice quite a few people recommend Zavvi.com for local anime DVDs
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