Helen told me that she wanted to learn how to draw a manga. But then ask what modern manga is.
I asked why he wanted to learn how to draw manga. He told me his friends talked all the time about learning how to draw manga. Then they talk about modern manga. He said his friends would think he was kind of strange if he revealed he knew nothing about manga.
I told Helen that the manga image came from Japan. However, modern manga was formed by the influence of US Japan during the occupation of 1945-1952 after the end of WW2.
When A.S. GIS left home, many returned to Japan with comics who were popular with Japan. Films like Disney cartoons are also popular and influenced by modern Japanese manga.
From the 1950s and so on, many Japanese manga focused on topics such as spacecraft, science fiction, adventure action, sports and more. Manga images mostly focus on boys and young men. The type of person who will help make popular manga.
From around 1969, Japanese women’s artists โดจิน began drawing manga. These artists focus on how to influence girls and young women. This type of woman’s manga is also very popular.
So, these artists can affect my friends by wanting to learn how to draw manga, Helen said seriously.
I nodded in agreement then told him that from 1975 and so on, female manga continued to evolve. Women’s comics include romance manga and the introduction of super heroes. Many Japanese women’s manga comics become internationally popular.
There are various types of Japanese manga for various sexes and different age groups. Boys will usually buy manga books and magazines known as Shonen. Girls will usually buy manga books and magazines known as Shojo.
The Japanese manga publication industry is very large and now has developed throughout the world. This worldwide expansion has greatly affected artists to draw manga cartoons. This popular cartoon has created a large market for manga comics.
Japanese manga cartoons affect the European market differently from the US market. Japan has affected French art since the 19th century. Then it became an easy step forward for France to adopt a picture of manga from Japan.
When France began to broadcast anime during the 1970s it affected the European market. Europeans became much more aware of the manga at that time. Especially because anime is made of cartoon manga animation.