GTM Ediciones presents the magazine kaibun – Ramen Para Dos

GTM Ediciones presents the kaibun magazine

through their networks, GTM Editions announce a new project kaibuna biannual paper publication about manga, anime, video games and more. This magazine, with 252 pages and under subscription, seeks to delve into the culture of the country of the rising sun, from a different, deep and balanced perspective. Jose Alamoformer editor-in-chief of koi nyaheads this project that will have sections on manga, anime, reports, industry, videogames, culture and opinion.

The first issue of the magazine will focus on the «Mechas» genre and, therefore, part of the content will be aimed at related works and personalities: Gundam, Macross, Evangelion and Hideaki Anno. In addition, he will play several current works such as Insomniacs After School, tokyo avengers either chainsaw man, among other. For its part, the cover of this issue, and the next ones, will be illustrated by Tony Infante.

As if that were not enough, the project will be accompanied by a monthly podcast completely free. This format has the intention of transmitting a more human and close facet of the team that makes the magazine possible.

kaibun works under a model subscription annual, made up of the following levels:

  • Digital – Includes the first two issues of the magazine in digital format (PDF Y EPUB) at a cost of €9.99/year.
  • tankobon – Includes the first two issues of the magazine on paper and digital (PDF Y EPUB), an exclusive sheet with each number, your name in the acknowledgments, access to the community of Discorda year of digital subscription to the magazine GTM (and access to all numbers) and one month subscription Premium a Crunchyroll. All this at a cost of €39.99/year.
  • Kanzenban – Everything included in the subscription tankobon, a 50 mm collector’s coin with a design that commemorates the numbers of the year, finished in old gold and a custom conservation capsule. In addition, it includes Express shipping in 24/48 hours for a price of €59.99/year.

In addition, on their website they have a contact form for distribution and a list with bookstores where the magazine will soon be available, such as Otaku Center.

Source: kaibun