VIZ Manga – Direct from Japan

VIZ Manga – Direct from Japan

By VIZ Media, LLC

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2011-05-02
  • Current Version: 6.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 30.79 MB
  • Developer: VIZ Media, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 456 Ratings


Welcome to the Viz Manga app! The official English source to read the greatest manga from Japan! What people say about our apps: ※ “VIZ rises above the fray with its huge library of translated titles” - ※ “The VIZ app is one of the nicest comic apps I have seen” - ※ “VIZ has the best official online manga reader” - Comics Alliance READ • Read new free chapters, our weekly magazine, and graphic novels • Download manga to read offline • Bookmark your favorite moments • Purchase once, read on any iOS device • Single pages and two-page landscape mode available • Jump to specific chapters with WSJ's interactive table of contents DISCOVER • Free chapters from the biggest series are now on the app! • New chapters added every day and new series updated monthly • Get into new series or finish collecting your favorites with our digital GNs • Subscribe to the WSJ magazine to enjoy a constant rotation of new series Titles Available • Mega-hits with free chapters: Dragon Ball Super, Boruto, My Hero Academia, One-Punch Man • Experience the classics: Death Note, Hunter x Hunter, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Naruto • New digital-exclusive series: Tokyo Ghoul Jack, Astra Lost in Space, élDLIVE We’re always updating our catalog with everything from much-loved classics to the hottest new series, so make sure and check back regularly. Subscription Details · 12-month subscriptions are for a fixed single year only. Monthly subscriptions auto-renew through iTunes. · All payments will be charged to your iTunes account. · Monthly subscriptions will auto-renew through your iTunes account unless you cancel 24 hours before the end of your current subscription period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. · Our Privacy Policy can be viewed at: · Our Terms of Use can be viewed at: Questions? Comments? Please let us know at



  • No Shonen Jump on iOS 11?

    By darthmanga
    When I got my new iPhone, there’s no download link for the new issue of Jump, only a Subscribe button. I buy my issues week by week and don’t want to subscribe.
  • Presentation could use some work

    By Majin Tenshi
    Content is good, but the presentation could use some work. The UI is jumpy/jittery. The downloaded manga section is cluttered with free preview offers. You have to download a whole Jump issue, even if you only want to read a single chapter out of it. It’d be nice if there was some way to see when the next Jump issue would be out, even if the cover art isn’t available. If you’re thinking about subscribing to Jump, there’s no way to see what titles are coming out in it.
  • Didnt wanna purchase something and no refund?

    By almightysosa133
    Hello i was wondering if i can get a refund i Accidently clicked on a book and it made me pay for it instantly i forgot that i added my debit account is there any way i can please get a refund thank you.
  • Amazing update

    By Electro-Bolt
    I’ve been a subscriber since you guys went simultaneous release and I wanted to leave a quick review. You guys are doing a great job with the app and content. Beautiful layout on IPhone X. Really looking forward to reading jump and One Piece on the go when I don’t have my iPad with me.
  • What I truly think about Viz

    By Valkyrie2.0
    Compared to MangaRock where you can read a lot of free manga I’d have to give this app a two because it clearly advertises about free manga which they do have but not very many most manga they have you have to pay for it and that’s not okay unless you’re looking to support your manga artist directly then in most cases you can buy the hard copy at your local manga/anime shop but the quality of the mangas are pretty ill give them that but it’s 6 dollars a pop and when most people start reading I know they want to finish reading all the chapters that’s out so no I really recommend you guys don’t purchase it most of these reviews aren’t telling you what your truly looking for so I hope my review on this app helps
  • Great app for manga lovers

    By quirkyq01
    It's a great app if you love to read mangas. And it's better than the android version imo since it has a search engine added 😎.
  • Good manga reader

    By Subliminalman
    Overall great! It got me back into manga in a big way!
  • Best manga app

    By Brandonssr
    It is very good has all the mangas I like for example dragon ball super, naruto, boruto , and Tokyo ghoul
  • Like the old one better

    By Snow8642
    This new app does not load my current issue. Thank heavens for the old app. It works way better.
  • Nearly useless search, comparatively limited catalog

    By ltsk
    Biggest frustration I have is the extremely limited search function when trying to find manga to purchase. No ability to search by manga-ka. Alternative titles (romanization of the Japanese title rather than whatever they decide to title it) not available. No genre search (shōjo, shōnen, josei, etc., or horror, romance, action, fantasy, etc.). Scanlation sites are better laid out, particularly if yoiure trying to find something new to read rather than finding a known title. The new heightened focus on Shōnen Jump chapters makes the home page a total mess. They also collect a heck of a lot of data on users with not much of an opt-out option. Their ecatalog is missing big titles, like Ranma 1/2 and Inu Yasha, as well as a number of more obscure yet very interesting titles I know they sold hard copy that I've wanted to read for a while. Rumiko Takahashi is an incredibly popular manga-ka and has been for decades and Viz is definitely printing English translations of her works, but none of her stuff is on there. So strange. I was expecting a LOT more to be available seeing as Viz has been selling manga here in the States forever and their hard copy catalog has significant depth, but no dice on a lot of titles I was looking forward to buying. Still, it's nice to be able to buy my tankōbon as ebooks, since I've totally run out of shelf space and the towering stacks on the floor are getting unwieldy, and their personal library function works pretty well so far. They do have Bleach, and considering there are eventually going to be 73 tankōbon, ebooks is really the best way to go with that or any of the other long-running titles. They also have a lot of free chapters available so readers can dip their toe and find out if they want to sink the $7-$11 into the manga, as well as entire series in current release, like Boys Over Flowers Season 2 (just don't try to find it under Hana Yori Dango).