English citations of manhwa
Noun: "Korean comics"Edit
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- 2004, Christopher Hart, Manhwa Mania: How to Draw Korean Comics, Watson-Guptill Publications (2004), ISBN 082302976X, page 7:
- In fact, many manga fans don't realize that their favorite comics — such as Priest, Ragnarock, and Island — are actually Korean manhwa!
- 2007, Jason Thompson, Manga: The Complete Guide, Del Rey (2007), ISBN 9780345539441, unnumbered page:
- Since the Korean language reads left to right (unlike Chinese and Japanese), manhwa are printed left to right in the same format as English books.
- 2008, Mark James Russell, Pop Goes Korea: Behind the Revolution in Movies, Music, and Internet Culture, Stone Bridge Press (2008), ISBN 9781611725421, unnumbered page:
- As the best Japanese titles were mined, the American companies began to look for alternatives, and Tokyopop's founder Stuart Levy already had a budding interest in Korean manhwa.
- 2012, Kim Se-joon, "Manhwa: A Boundless Treasure Trove of Cultural Content", Koreana, Volume 26, Number 1, Spring 2012:
- There is a virtual flood of manhwa varieties that cover not only academic subjects such as literature, history, and science, but also everything from Korean and foreign legends and myths to daily-life skills.