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Bakemonogatari Audiobook Trilogy Is Now Available

Bakemonogatari was one of many anime sequence that put famend studio Shaft on the map. But earlier than it was a bizarre, low-budget present, it was a sequence of sunshine novels written by NISIOISIN. Vertical, a subsidiary of Kodansha that publishes curated premium manga, books, and different Japanese works introduced the Monogatari sequence to the US beginning in 2015. But whereas the prequel Kizumonogatari noticed an audiobook printed quickly after the novel, Bakemonogatari took for much longer. It occurred on March 25, 2020, truly. Vertical introduced the discharge of the entire Bakemonogatari audiobook trilogy, which is out there by way of a number of platforms.

Each entry is its personal audiobook with a person checklist value of $24.99. The pricing on audiobooks varies significantly relying on the service you utilize although, so mileage might and can fluctuate. The Bakemonogatari audiobooks are learn by a solid of voice expertise, together with Christina Vee, Eric Kimerer, Erica Mendez, and Keith Silverstein.

🎧MONOGATARI followers!!🎧
The epic trilogy of BAKEMONOGATARI by NISIOISIN is NOW out on main audio e book platforms!!
Brought to you by the superb solid of @ekimerer, @CristinaVee @tsunderica @SilverTalkie
Chk out a free preview right here: https://t.co/KtCg9bVtIe pic.twitter.com/MOGUurjpnN

— Vertical (@readvertical) March 24, 2020

You can take a look at the official particulars through Vertical’s social media, together with entry to a free preview. The Audible listings are additionally stay on Amazon, which embody previews as nicely. Other sources, like Chirp Books or Google Play, enable for particular person buying in lieu of a service subscription. Regardless of your platform, when you’re an audiobook listener and anime fan, this could possibly be a launch you’ve been ready for since 2016.

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