REG wrote:Hmm. What's with the red hair?
Except for the dragons, the cover doesn't exactly scream "wuxia!" or "not Western!"
In fact it's more like someone a cover for a MnM supplement. Are they doing CrossGen?
Well, if there is a pinch of Manga in Dradon Fist it would appeal a lot more to me.
But, I'm not really th target audiance.
I like salty!REG wrote:Dude, it's more than a pinch. It's a pint.Strand0 wrote:Well, if there is a pinch of Manga in Dragon Fist it would appeal a lot more to me.
I mean if Manga is salt, I'd keel over from high BP.
madmonk wrote:Well, Mr. Tony Wong is among the best MANHUA artists in HK (note manhua, not manga or manhwa; in order, chinese comics, japanese comics and korean comics). Most manhua are based/inspired in (if not wroted by the authors) wuxia literature. There was one company in the US (Comicsone) that used to bring manhua, but not anymore... They apparently died, and now their comics will seemingly continue publishing by drmasterbooks.
Try the site. The old comicsone page had links to galleries, specially this one. It is a thai page, but check the galleries, is not that difficult to navigate... The latest comic by Wong is called The Saint... it's not published in the US yet, but the art is amazing.
There was another company that brought (or bought; that is, the license from comicsone) the Crouching Tiger/Hidden Dragon manhua, but I don't really know the name. The series have ended, so if you have the change to spare, buy them all (unlike manga, they are full color, and costlier).
If Dragon Fist creates more manhua addicts, and viceversa, we will all be benefitiated
REG wrote:I mean if Manga is salt, I'd keel over from high BP.
Chairman Aeon wrote:REG wrote:I mean if Manga is salt, I'd keel over from high BP.
And let me guess, you have no understanding why some people are upset that Zhang Ziyi is playing a geisha either.
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