The newest Isekai Humble Bundle deal is now offering 27 different manga titles, with 12 new titles in the mix. This is a significant expansion from the initial 15 titles that were first offered. New manga titles now include I’m Standing on a Million Lives, Am I Actually the Strongest?, and more! All of the other listed titles are under the publishing company Kodansha.
Similar to other Humble Bundle offers, customers can pay what they want for the initial list of titles in the Isekai Humble Bundle. The real reward, however, comes when more than the recommended amount is donated. A donation of $25 or more gets the entire deal. This includes multiple volumes of several series, which in all averages to about a dollar per series. Expansion-wise, individually buying the titles and volumes listed would average to about $750.
There are also other filters for the Isekai Humble Bundle, where people have the option of getting all 27 titles, 17 titles, or just three of the listed series.
The Isekai Humble Bundle and BINC
All of the donated proceeds will go to BINC, or the Book Industry Charitable Foundation. BINC is a nonprofit organization that helps independent book store owners, comic book shops, and booksellers. The pandemic has financially hit these stores hard. Many specialty shops, anime stores, and comic sellers have struggled in the past year due to the closures and a lack of conventions. As of now, this bundle has already raised over $5,000 in just a day.
Humble Bundle was initially founded in 2010. The site started by selling discounted bundles of PC games and then giving the earnings to charities. So far, they have donated to the American Red Cross, Child’s Play, the World Wildlife Fund, and many other charities!
The Isekai Humble Bundle manga offer ends in 19 days. The minimum donation for the entire bundle is $1, and there is no maximum limit. Once bought, they can be read in CBZ and PDF form and can be read on a multitude of mobile devices.