Manga Fetcher fetches and downloads manga images to your machine!
npm install -g mangafetcher
Note that Manga Fetcher stores manga in a folder name 'manga' in your current directory. If the folder doesn't exist, it would be automatically created.
One Piece (Experimental)
mangafetcher -m one-piece -v 1 -e 1
mangefetcher -m one-piece -v TBD -e 713for TBD volumes
mangafetcjer -m naruto -v 1 -e 1
mangafetcher -m bleach -v 44 -e 386
mangafetcher -m eyeshield21 -e 1
mangafetcher -m sk -v 33 -e 292
Shaman King Flowers
mangafetcher -m sk-f -e 1
mangafetcher -m denpa-kyoushi -e 1
mangafetcher -m trinity-seven -e 1
And many more!
If you already downloaded some manga and want to check for updates.
You could run
mangafetcher -l to check them.
$ mangafetcher -l Shaman King Flowers 17 (local: 17/17) Trinity Seven 32 (local: 4/32) Nisekoi (KOMI Naoshi) 95 (local: 95/95) Denpa Kyoushi 92 (local: 59/92) Bleach 553 (local: 259/553)
Some mangas must have both volume and episode specified. And some of their volume/episode combination is quite hard to remember. Using this mode would quickly display this information. For example this displays a list of Tsubasa episodes.
$ mangafetcher -x -m touhou_silent Version 1 vol.1 ch.21 vol.1 ch.20 vol.1 ch.19 vol.1 ch.18 vol.1 ch.17 ... Version 2 ch.21 ch.20 ... $ mangafetcher -m touhou_silent -v 1 -e 17
For convenient, since v.1.4 Manga Fetcher is able to queue and download
multiple episodes at once. Using
-e option with
would download from episode x to y.
$ mangefetcher -m eyeshield21 -e 201..210