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Manga. Kelcie Gales Trombley , 4 th Block. Thesis. Manga teaches those who are interested in it about Japanese tradition, makes them want to know how to express themselves through this unique form of art, and helps them to be more open-minded of other countries and ideas.

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Manga
Manga

Kelcie Gales

Trombley, 4th Block


Thesis
Thesis

  • Manga teaches those who are interested in it about Japanese tradition, makes them want to know how to express themselves through this unique form of art, and helps them to be more open-minded of other countries and ideas.

Picture from: http://homeusers.brutele.be/jpbardiau/mangas/mangas.html


Manga teaches japanese tradition
Manga teaches Japanese Tradition

  • In the original mangas, people normally wore Japanese traditional clothing (Yukata, Geta Sandals, Kimono, etc.), as well as observing Japanese traditions and using sayings and words commonly used in Japan.

  • Though this doesn’t occur quite as often anymore, mangas hold a very important part of Japanese culture and tradition.

Pictures from: http://codig-miey.blogspot.com/2011/09/yukata.html


Manga gives people a new unique way to express themselves through art
Manga gives people a new, unique way to express themselves through art

  • Manga is becoming more and more popular in countries other than Japan. Now some Americans and people from other nations are also creating mangas of their own! It’s becoming easier to find skilled manga artists outside of Japan every day.

  • Jim Henson’s Return to Labyrinth

  • is an original English Manga.

Picture from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Return_to_Labyrinth


Disney vs osamu tezuka
Disney Vs. Osamu through artTezuka

  • You have undoubtedly heard of “The Lion King” by Disney. However, the original idea was created by Osamu Tezuka in a manga called “Kimba the White Lion” or “Jungle Taitei.” Disney stole the ideas and denied it. Obvious similarities can be seen in the pictures below…

"Kimba The White Lion: Kimba W. Lion's Corner of the Web." Kimba The White Lion: Kimba W. Lion's Corner of the Web. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://www.kimbawlion.com/>


Manga helps people to become more open minded with other countries or new ideas
Manga Helps people to become more open-minded with other countries or new ideas

  • People all over the world have been affected by this revolutionary new art style. It makes them more interested in learning more about Japan and other cultures that are mentioned or used as settings in different mangas. There is a lot more research put into some mangas (which are usually the most successful ones) than one might be able to judge from face value (Fullmetal Alchemist, for example, has extensive study on medieval alchemy, but is also based off some other things that you wouldn’t expect, such as a quote by Ben Franklin: “I have never seen the Philosopher's Stone that turns lead into Gold, but I have known the pursuit of it turn a Man's Gold into Lead.”).

Picture from: http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=206402


Works cited
Works Cited countries or new ideas

  • "How to Have an Open Mind | Learn This." Learn This. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://learnthis.ca/2011/01/how-to-have-an-open-mind/>.

  • "Manga!!" トップページ. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://www.dnp.co.jp/museum/nmp/nmp_i/articles/manga/manga2.html>.

  • "Manga." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/manga?s=t>.

  • "Art & Culture of Japan: Home." Discover Indonesia : Home. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://discover-indo.tierranet.com/japanart005.htm>.

  • "The History of Anime and Manga." Nova Online Home Page. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://novaonline.nvcc.edu/eli/evans/his135/Events/Anime62/Anime62.html>.

  • "What ShôjoManga Are and Are Not." What Shôjo Manga Are and Are Not. Web. 14 Mar. 2012. <http://www.matt-thorn.com/shoujo_manga/whatisandisnt.php>.


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