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  • Manga developed over hundreds of years, starting as pictures drawn on temple walls, then on wooden blocks, and finally as woodblock prints with captions collected in books. 
  • A millennium before Hokusai applied the term to a collection of his less serious works, there were "cartoonish" drawings to be found in Japan, but whether or not pictures drawn in such a style constitute manga is a tricky question. The picture becomes clearer when we limit our discussion to works that fit American cartoonist Will Eisner's definition of comics as "sequential art." The first clear examples of such sequential art are the picture scrolls of medieval Japan, which combine pictures and text to tell stories or describe events. These scrolls look and work like modern manga or comics in many ways, but there is a crucial difference: whereas modern-day manga are produced for mass consumption, picture scrolls were singular works of art produced for an elite audience.
  • an animated version was broadcast in the U.S. in the 1960's under the name "Astro Boy.“ Jungle Taitei  (Kimba the White Lion).  There was much controversy in the past about this anime after Disney released a similar version with the movie The Lion King  with Simba as the main character.  Although Disney denies this, many believe that Disney stole the anime and recreated it with their own version. 
  • American comics are for kids, but it is gradually changing in such a way that it is becoming also for adults.
  • Although the cover page of manga is colored.
  • Realistic Renditions has many shady lines contrasting to the manga renditions and it is specified.
  • Introduce Noli and Fili as novels with lessons. It became an eye opener to the Filipinos to the abuses of the Spaniards. Don’t judge hastily but learn to know the truth first.
  • Naruto Shippuuden is the continuation of the original animated TV series Naruto. The story revolves around an older and slightly more matured Uzumaki Naruto and his quest to save his friend Uchiha Sasuke from the grips of the snake-like Shinobi, Orochimaru. After 2 and a half years Naruto finally returns to his village of Konoha, and sets about putting his ambitions to work, though it will not be easy, as He has amassed a few (more dangerous) enemies, in the likes of the shinobi organization; Akatsuki. Love, friendship, bonds, perseverance
  • Ichigo shows the value of friendship and bravery with the responsibility given to him by this power. He was always there for his friends and ready to sacrifice himself for the purpose of doing what he knows right.
  • From that day, he stayed with Ran and his father, a detective, to chase the Black Organization where the two men belong, to bring back his original body. He is an intelligent boy who always pursues cases and he gives value to human life, not understanding how any reason could be sufficient motive for murder. Trust also can be found in the story because Ran never gets tired of waiting for the time Shinichi will come back but she didn’t know that he was always on her side. Quotes A detective who uses his deductive powers to corner a suspect and then does nothing to stop them from committing suicide, is no better than the murderer himself!
  • Luffy shows the character of being courageous, even though he’s a fool sometimes, because he always strives to reach for what he wants and he has a strong sense of justice. His crew has a strong relationship to each other and they always watch each other’s back, trusting that everyone protects everyone.
  • From then on, with the help of his friends and his hitman tutor, Reborn, his weak character developed into a leader, dedicated to protect his friends, family and Famiglia although he always renounced being the boss of Vongola.
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    1. 2. Woodblock print <ul><li>Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, 1798-1861),  Yang Hsiang (Yoko) protecting his father from the tiger , ca. 1840, woodblock print.  Allen Memorial Art Museum,  Mary A. Ainsworth Bequest, 1950.56 </li></ul>
    2. 3. Osamu Tezuka (God of Manga)
    3. 4. Difference of Manga before Tesuka and Tezuka’s time. <ul><li>I began to introduce cinematic techniques into my composition. The models for this were the German and French movies I saw in my days as a student. I manipulated close-ups and angles, of course, and tried using many panel or even many pages in order to capture faithfully movements and facial expressions that previously would have been taken care of with a single panel. </li></ul>
    4. 5. Manga Vs. American Comics <ul><li>Manga </li></ul><ul><li>Black and White </li></ul><ul><li>Whimsical </li></ul><ul><li>Read from right to left </li></ul><ul><li>For all ages </li></ul><ul><li>Smaller in size </li></ul><ul><li>Thicker and greater in page count </li></ul><ul><li>Irregular panels </li></ul><ul><li>American Comics </li></ul><ul><li>Full-colored pages </li></ul><ul><li>Realistic </li></ul><ul><li>Read from left to right </li></ul><ul><li>For kids </li></ul><ul><li>Larger in size </li></ul><ul><li>Thinner and lesser in page count </li></ul><ul><li>Rectangular panels </li></ul>
    5. 6. Black and White Vs. Full-Colored <ul><li>Black and White </li></ul><ul><li>Full Colored </li></ul>
    6. 7. Whimsical Vs. Realistic
    7. 8. Panels
    8. 9. Forms of Literature
    9. 10. Naruto Hurricane Chronicles
    10. 12. Detective Conan
    11. 13. One Piece
    12. 14. Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
    13. 15. Bakuman