Publishers Weekly: Manga and Anime Dominate At Nycc

Publishers Weekly: Manga and Anime Dominate At Nycc

Author: Danica Davidson October 13, 2022

Publishers Weekly Publishing Service published an article entitled “Manga wins the new York Comic Con 2022.”Her writer, Deb Aoki, known for writing about the manga, said that “the overall impression was that manga, anime and Japanese pop culture are now predominantly received by American fans and occupy their place in the North American popular culture.”P>

Aoki noticed that New York Comic Con 2022, compared to NYCC before Covid, noted the mana boom.She noticed that the largest stands that are located near the entrance (which would be the most expensive places for companies), housed Bandai Namco, VIZ Media and Konami, and the dragon from Dragon Ball with hung over them.

Everyone who goes to a comic convention knows how often people change into DC and Marvel costumes, but Aoki said that cosplay for series such as Spy X Family and Demon Slayer was equally popular.She also pointed out that Marvel Comics aimed at cooperation with Eiiich Shimizu and Tomohiro Shimoguchi, the creators of the Ultraman manga.There will be comics crossed with Ultraman and Avengers.

Another great thing was that the Times Square – not part of the Jacob Javits Center, in which the fraudster took place, but nearby – he had half of his billboards anime One Piece Film: Red.(In the whole country they are a film: Red was also connected by the Civil Procedure Orchestra this year).

When Chainsaw Man won the Harvey award, it paid more attention to the manga.Not to mention that NYCC is a place where the adaptation of the Anime Chainsaw Man got its first teaser.The debut of the new Anime Bleach also took place at New York Comic Con.

NYCC has noted an increase in the number of comics from other Asian countries, especially from South Korea.Yen Press, known mainly from his manga, connected his new Manhwa label, Ize Press.


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Danica Davidson is the author of the best -selling Manga Art for Beginners with the artist Melanie Westin, its continuation, Manga Art for Every, and the first of a kind book with chalk chalk art manga, illustrated by the professional Japanese Mangaca Rena Saiya.Check her other comics and books on


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