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Monday, May 03, 2004
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Also over at Newsarama, Troy Brownfield examines several recent "manga in the news" events and offers this analogy to sum up manga's position in the comic book industry:
Many moves have gone down in the past few days and weeks that serve as a shining indicator that Japan is the mad scientist, manga is the monster, and the comic book industry just might be one big row of buildings.
Troy also adds that he doesn't necessarily see this as a bad thing, writing, "The comics industry has looked around for a long time to see what would be its shot in the arm, or frankly, its kick in the ass."
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