We're returning to the blogosphere after a "brief" hiatus...to announce the 3rd adventure in our series The Asian Hall of Fame, which explores cool inventions from Asia.
The first was The Discovery of Ramen in 2017.
Then the co-authors Phil Amara and Oliver Chin teamed up again with the illustrator Juan Calle and graphic designer Joy Liu on the sequel in 2018: The Discovery of Fireworks and Gunpowder.
Now in 2019, we came up with another fantastic idea. This time we're going back to Japan to see how Japanese animation and comics were created.
The Discovery of Anime and Manga launched on Kickstarter this week. Check it out in the next month and let us know what you think!
They teleport into the past and reappear in the land of the rising sun... hundreds of years ago. Then they zip through the decades to see how art and media advanced together to produce manga and anime.
Along the way, we see have anime and manga, intertwined like two strands of DNA, evolve together to entertain and educate the public. From newspapers and books to magazines and comics. From film and TV to home video and internet streaming. Fans become "otaku" across the seven seas.
Meanwhile some creators became "gods" as their characters became even more famous around the world!
Check out our crowdfunding campaign. Backers can pre-order an autographed copy and get amazing rewards!
As always, thanks for your support.
Harpy Gee animated short.
1 year ago