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Rakuen Route ch5
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MANHWA or MANGA
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Joined: 18-May 10
I love the details in manhwa art. The way the hair and eyelashes are drawn is absolutely gorgeous. It's a style that's different, but it works and looks stunning while working too. Although most of the shoujo manhwas I've read aren't exactly great (too much would-be comedy and not enough actual story), I've come across plenty of manhwa, still, that are amazing. One Thousand and One Nights is an amazing manhwa collabration and Totally Captivated by Yoo Ha Jin is one of the best pieces of graphic novel works I've ever come across.
I've grown up with manga, but after a while, a lot of it, including the plot, becomes nothing but the same old stuff, borishly predictable and uninteresting. It's almost always a love triangle of high school students...one of which is popular whilst the other isn't or one's a jock, the other is a nerd or whatever else. Then throw in a bunch of sappy unbelievably korny lines, girls going gaga and bullying the main girl because the main guy is too hot or whatever...and you get typical shoujo manga from Japan.
But, there are times when I come across a well written manga with great art and great plot too, so I can't complain too much. A number of my favorites series are manga, so I can't say it's all bad either, even if it's mostly predictable.
Whichever one comes at me with a good plot, good art and an in depth story I can at least partially believe is good to me...no matter the country of origin.