Does manwa belong in /a/?
Is it basically considered manga?
Also ITT: Manwa.
better than naruto
are there any good manwa?
I have no idea what the fuck is going on but I cant help but think its incredibly awesome
>>Is it basically considered manga?
No. It's manhwa. Manga comes from Japan.
That said, a manhwa thread certainly belongs here more than it does in /co/.
I SHALL REPOST THIS DAILY UNTIL YOU ALL KNOW AND LOVE IT
I enjoyed "They Too, Love" a great deal, even when the art can get rather... special.
unbalance x unbalance, shin angyo onshi, and bowling king are the only mangwha i read.
Are there any major diffrences between manga and manhwa?
And, damn, manhwa sounds so freaking retarded.
Unbalance and Black God make for good reading.
Unbalance x Unbalance
Manhwa is left to right.
Manga is right to left.
Then some culture content?
Just call them 'comics'
Does anyone know "Rebirth"?
I love this manhwa.
I've read up to date on it and the teacher fills me with rage but she gives me boners as well.
I get a feeling the culture being much stricter from other countries from the manga. Is that the case?
the covers are awesome too
The difference is that you read manhwa from left to right.
The girl in OPs picture is a guy. It's from a manwha called Zippy Ziggy.
Sauce on op?
Is Black God really manhwa? The names of writer and artist sure are korean, but it's read right to left and has some japanese text. Or are vgm/null's scans from a flipped version published in Japan or something?
Thank you, now I have to kill myself
No, it doesn't belong here. Go back to /jp/, you faggot.
How the hell are Korean comics Japanese? Obviously manwha belongs in /a/.
I've only read Shin Angyo Onshi (awesome stuff), /r/ some other good korean comics
Some stuff that we'd normally consider manhwa "because the author is from Korea" is actually being published in Japan due to reasons unknown. Black God does have an artstyle that is somewhat common in manga, so that might be why.
Some stuff that we'd normally consider manhwa "because the author is from Korea" is actually being published in Japan due to reasons unknown. Black God does have an artstyle that is somewhat common in manhwa, so that might be why.
Manwha is like manga except there is no lolis and every girl has DD+ chest
Otherwise its the same stories and content
It's not about nationality of the author though, but more about the primary place of publication.
I enjoy aflame inferno because
The female lead could kill the male lead at anytime, the arts not bad and the monsters look cool, tits, and The male protagonist while being a sexy hunk of man is'nt a stupid moralfag
Possibly because they see Japan as the birthland of manga/manwha and want to go work there.
Also it has GIGA DRILL BUREIKAAAAAAAAAA!
because the stories good and japanese people like it, hell some manwha even gets brought over here all the time by companies like tokyopop. Just because its not from the moon does'nt means its shit
His head looks like it was shopped on his body
I believe Utopia of Homosexuality was the first manhwa I read.
Wasn't bad, though I wouldn't specifically recommend it.
The ending was a a cop-out though.