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Where can you read the cardcaptor sakura manga from left to right and not into the Japanese form from right to left?


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2008-01-14 16:36:13
2008-01-14 16:36:13

Tokyopop has authentic style manga. The have done Cardcaptor Sakura this way. Left to right. And if you can read Japanese their manga is always left to right.

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The only manga that read from left to right are "manga" originally published in a language that's read from left to right (i.e., English,) and Japanese manga that are "flipped" by a publisher for publication in a language that's read from left to right. Even "modern" Japanese manga are read from right to left.

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Manga is a Japanese comic that is read from right to left. The term 'manga' translates into English as 'whimsical drawings'.

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Manga is the Japanese equivalent of the American comic book . Manga , however , is read from right to left in contrast to the Western mode of reading from left to right . Manga is read by Japanese of all ages whereas in the West comic books are generally read by adolescents .

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Anime is the Japanese word for "Animation", and are watched in movies and TV shows. Manga is the Japanese word for "comic", although people call them "graphic novels". A lot of comics are manga style. Most people like to refer "anime" and "manga" as "Japanese animation" and "Japanese comic". The words "anime" and "manga" are both singular and plural. You can tell a manga apart from a comic because manga is read left to right, how some Japanese stories are written as.

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Yes, unless the American publisher Westernises it. Japanese is usually printed in vertical columns from right to left, and since in manga the artwork is the obvious focal point, more and more manga are being left "unflopped."


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