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Old 03-05-2012, 09:07 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by ProDigit View Post
BTW, did you know that the Japanese anime of the 1990's where also called 'Manga's'?
Due to the company Manga entertainment; it was quite confusing when in the early 2000's the comic books also where called manga's.

I think we need to make a clear distinction, Manga corp was a company mainly doing anime cartoons; and therefor manga's are actually offspring of that company.
Manga Entertainment was established in 1991 and is involved in production/distribution of Anime - Japanese animation.

This may have caused some people to (incorrectly) refer to anime as manga.

However, the term 'manga' is a lot older, and in English refers to printed Japanese comics.

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