After subscribing for the free account, the magazine allows you to preview Tokyopop's new and current manga releases.
Also, they are supplyingothere features such as interview's from Manga artists, letters from fans and information to keep people upto date with their latest news.
Definately worth a look, just to see which new scans are worth us seeking out for you all.
On a personal note, considering how rarely some of the American manga suppliers update their news, it's good that Tokyopop are starting to really embrace their website, hopefully other companies (Like Del Rey , viz and Shonen Jump) are taking note.
I'm not so sure anyone should be doing anything that links someone to Tokyopop. Unless it's a boycott of Tokyopop. Of all the companies importing Manga/Anime from Japan for English consumer use this company has got to be the one that ruins the story more than any other. What they've done to Initial D is just a crime. I started watching it dubbed... then I started reading scanslated manga and subbed anime. I almost cried when I watched another episode dubbed. I assure you my opinion is not unique. Down with @($**@&$