Just in time for Halloween, Manga University is offering a genuine bargain: A digital download of Kwaidan: Tales of Japan's Ghostly Past for just 99 cents.
The book is a manga version of the ghost tales compiled by Lafcadio Hearn in the 19th century, and it's illustrated by Maki Miyamoto, who specializes in horror manga. The art seems to be pencil rather than lines and tones, making for a softer, more atmospheric look than one usually associates with manga (especially horror manga). The comic is available as a PDF so you can read it your computer or load it onto a Kindle or iPad if you have the software. Why can't it always be this easy?