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Evolution of Manga
Transcript of Evolution of Manga
What is Manga?
Manga: Japanese comic books. They are read right to left...
Mangaka: A person who writes/draws manga. The author.
They are separated based on the different styles and genre of the story. The big categories are:
Shoujo- Young girls 13+
Shonen- Young boys 13+
Josei- Older female 16+
Seinen- Older male 16+
Welcome to history in the making.
Yes, that's right backwards!
What's the difference between manga and anime???
Anime is the animation or an animation while manga are the books. The styles are much more simpler in anime because each panel has to be drawn out...by hand. For example...
Pokemon which has both a manga and an anime.
Created by: Satoshi Tajiri in 1996
Now for comparison:
See the difference? The manga has more details and is less kid friendly.
MANGA AND ANIME ARE DIFFERENT, GET IT!
Let's look at the evolution of art!
The style manga itself was developed in the 19th century by but it originally derives from traditional Japanese art.
By: Wataru Yoshizumi
Chi's Sweet Home: 2004
Illus.: Takeshi Obata
Fruits Basket: 1998
Paradise Kiss: 1999
Attack on Titan: 2009
Mirai NIkki: 2006
Dawn of the Arcana: 2009
Sailor Moon: 1992
Black Butler: 2006
Fullmetal Alchemist: 2001
Sword Art Online: 2010
Illus.: Tamako Nakamura
Koizora: Setsunai Koi Monogatari: 2007
Dragon Ball Z: 1988
Shinigamihime No Saikon: 2013
Otaku: Negative connotation for someone who reads manga and watches anime
Senpai: Upper schoolmate
Kohai: Lower schoolmate
Chibi: Big headed, small versions of people
Cosplay: Dressing up as a character from an anime, manga, game...
The source of inside jokes...
Have a nice day!
How to read panels: