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  1. Eastern folklore mixed with Western visual art.
  2. Hong Kong - weekly magazine called Family Comics.
  3. Manga - attractive in primarily Spain, Italy, and France.
  4. Japanese language is traditionally written right-to-left in works of fiction.
  5. The Matrix by the Wachowski brothers.

?Manga? is the Japanese word for ?comics? and is written the same in plural and singular forms. Manga does not represent comics in general but comics originating from Japan. Manga has substantially influenced the international market of comics and animation. Artists from countries like America, Canada, France, and others have been inspired by the unique and different art form and are evident through their books around the world. The distribution of manga has grown since it first hit American waters in the 1970s.

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