Flex Comix

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Flex Comix
Joint stock company
Industry Manga
Founded November 1, 2006
Headquarters Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Website flex-comix.jp

Flex Comix (フレックスコミックス, Furekkusu Komikkusu) is a Japanese company specializing in the sale of manga magazines and goods related to the anime and manga industry in Japan. Flex Comix is affiliated with Asian Groove and Soft Bank BB, forming the Movida Holdings joint-investment company. The company publishes two magazines: Comi Digi +, and Monthly Shōnen Blood, which has been suspended. Flex Comix also has two webcomic magazines: FlexComix Blood and FlexComix Flare.


External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)


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