- 1 Manga Manga The World Of Japanese Comics
- 2 Manga Sixty Years Of Japanese Comics
- 3 Japanese Comics In English
- 4 Dreamland Japan: Writings On Modern Manga
- 5 Contents of the book.
- 6 Some other Manga Books by Frederik L. Schodt:
- 7 Questions and Answers:
Manga Manga The World Of Japanese Comics
Manga Manga- The world of Japanese Comics is a J written by American writer Frederik L. Schodt. Born in 1950, Frederik’s book which was published in 1983 is an awesome read for people who are interested in reading Japanese Comics in English. Considered as bible from where studies of Manga begins, this book provided the background against which other arts can be understood.
Manga Sixty Years Of Japanese Comics
The World of Japanese Comics won the special prize at the Manga Oscar Awards in 1983, sponsored by the Japan Cartoonists Association. Considered as bible, this book is like a tribute to Manga celebrating sixty years of japanese comics and is a must have book for anyone interested in manga.
Along with that, this book gives everyone a pretty good exposure on how manga has developed over the years, and also it delivers what it promises in the beginning of the book. And most importantly, helps the reader understand how the manga world works.
Japanese Comics In English
Dreamland Japan: Writings On Modern Manga
Frederik L. Schodt, (Japanese manga expert) talking to Frederick W. Marrazzo over Japanese Comics and Anime.
Written in a fluent manner, this book will persuade even the conservative high culture guardians that manga (and anime) belongs along with Kabuki and Noh and flower arrangement in the pantheon of great Japanese cultural gifts to the world. Manga! Manga! is meticulously researched and Manga: the complete guide is and leavened with anecdotes from Schodt’s many years in Japan. A must read book for Manga lovers.
Contents of the book.
- Foreword by Osamu Tezuka
- A Thousand Million Manga
- Themes and Readers
- Reading, and the Structure of Narrative Comics
- Why Japan?
- A Thousand Years of Manga
- The Comic Art Tradition
- Western Styles
- Safe and Unsafe Art
- Comics and the War Machine
- The Phoenix Becomes a Godzilla
- The Spirit of Japan
- Paladins of the Past
- Modern-Day Warriors
- Samurai Sports
- Flowers and Dreams
- Picture Poems
- Women Artists Take Over
- Sophisticated Ladies
- The Economic Animal at Work and at Play
- Pride and Craftsmanship
- Mr. Lifetime Salary-Man
- Mah Jongg Wizards
- Regulation versus Fantasy
- Is There Nothing Sacred?
- Social and Legal Restraints
- Erotic Comics
- The Comics Industry
- The Future
- The New Visual Generation
- Challenges for the Industry
- First Japan, Then the World?
Some other Manga Books by Frederik L. Schodt:
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Awakening, Escalation, Confrontation
- The Osamu Tezuka Story: A Life in Manga and Anime Jul
- Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics : Collectors Edition
- Professor Risley and the Imperial Japanese Troupe: How an
- American Acrobat Introduced Circus to Japan–and Japan to the West
- The Astro Boy Essays: Osamu Tezuka, Mighty Atom, and the Manga/Anime Revolution
- The Four Immigrants Manga : A Japanese Experience in San Francisco, 1904-1924
- Native American in the Land of the Shogun: Ranald MacDonald and the Opening of Japan
- Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia
- Dreamland Japan: Writings on Modern Manga
- America and the Four Japans: Friend Foe Model Mirror
- Manga! Manga!: The world of Japanese comics
- Manga! Manga!: The World of Japanese Comics by Frederik L. Schodt (2013-01-25)
Questions and Answers:
Q: Anime Manga
Q: What is Manga Art?
Q: Manga Definition