Complete ‘The Drops Of God’ Manga Series Available In English On ComiXology

by Brendan M. Allen

The Drops of God, the forty-four volume international best-selling manga series, is now available digitally in English. Kodansha and ComiXology Originals have released the final eleven volumes, marking the first time that the series is available in its entirety in English.

Volumes 34-44 join the previously released volumes, all of which can be read digitally as part of the ComiXology Originals line of exclusive content at no additional cost for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited. These titles are also available for purchase from the Amazon Kindle store and comiXology.

Created and written by Tadashi Agi with artwork by Shu Okimoto, The Drops of God has had an unprecedented impact on the international wine market and the various wines featured throughout the series.

‘The Drops of God weaves an intoxicating tale of family dynamics and wine education. When world-renowned wine critic Kanzaki Yutaka passes away, his will reveals that his fortune of a wine collection isn’t automatically bequeathed to his only son Kanzaki Shizuku, who, in a snub, went to work at a Japanese beverage company whose main focus is selling beer. 

In order to take ownership of his legacy and the inheritance, Shizuku must correctly identify and describe thirteen wines, the first twelve heaven-sent wines known as the “Twelve Apostles” and the thirteenth known as the “Drops of God,” while competing against the stellar young wine critic, Toomine Issei.  With determination, a strong sense of taste and smell, and an uncanny ability to describe his experiences, Shizuku submerges himself in the world of wine to try to solve its mysteries and defeat Issei.’

You can find the complete series on ComiXology right here.

 

Brendan M. Allen

Brendan Allen has probably had more jobs than you would reasonably believe. Dog trainer? He’s done it. Flooring contractor? You bet! EMT? Army NBC specialist? Road dog for a Celtic rock band? Yes, yes, and och aye! Now he reads comics and writes about them. It's a rough gig. You can follow Brendan on Twitter @SaintAmish where he tweets about comic books and cystic fibrosis awareness.