Japanese word meaning manga creator. Used to describe anyone who draws comics in Japan. Pronounced â€˜mahn-ga ka`.
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Some artists may study at an art college, manga school, or take on an apprenticeship with another mangaka, before entering the world of manga as a professional artist. However, there are some that just start in manga, without being an assistant by applying to contests that magazines run. For exampl...
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Manga Artist. One who draws manga. The word is gender neutral and can refer to a male or female artist. In fact many of Japan's most famous mangaka are women. Takeuchi Naoko (Sailormoon), Takahashi Rumiko (Ranma 1/2), and Watase Yu (Fushigi Yuugi),
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Japanese for comic book artist, ocassionally used with the same meaning by englisg-speaking fans.
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Creator of the manga. The mangaka is often the writer and the illustrator of the work.
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Mangal Ashtaka is a form of mantra which is sung at the marriage ceremony in Maharashtra and Karnataka. It always starts with the Ashtavinayak Vandana, which is as follows: There can be many other verses in between based on the number of enthusiastic singers present in the wedding ceremony. The las...
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Mangamuka is a district in Northland, New Zealand, at the junction of the Mangamuka and Opurehu Rivers. State Highway 1 runs through the area, and the settlement of Mangamuka Bridge lies at the point where the highway crosses the Mangamuku River. The river runs into the upper Hokianga Harbour. Just...
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Mangaoka is a municipality (commune, kaominina) in Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Antsiranana II, which is a part of Diana Region. Primary and junior level secondary education are available in town. The majority 95 % of the population are farmers. The most important crops are rice and ma...
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Mangatainoka is a small settlement in northern Wairarapa Bush, New Zealand. It is located between Pahiatua to the south and Woodville to the north and is intersected by the Mangatainoka River. The 2001 New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings gave its population as 1,617, consisting of 858 ma...
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Mangaweka is a township on State Highway One (SH1), in the North Island of New Zealand, with a population of just over 200. It is between Taihape to the north and Hunterville to the south. The Rangitikei River runs adjacent to the township, which is popular for rafting, kayaking, fishing and swimmi...
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