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11th May '16 5:21:04 PM Wuz
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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhuà are read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left (which is the order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right (which is the order that simplified Chinese is read in).

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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhuà are read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are tend to be read from right to left (which is the order that traditional Chinese is read in), left, while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are tend to be read from left to right (which is the order that simplified Chinese is read in).right.
3rd Apr '16 9:53:38 PM Mercy
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The art style in manhua is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese manhua is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left (which is the order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right (which is the order that simplified Chinese is read in).

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The art style in manhua mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese manhua is mànhuà are read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left (which is the order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right (which is the order that simplified Chinese is read in).
30th Mar '16 10:03:01 PM Wuz
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The art style in manhua is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese manhua is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left (which is the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right (which is the same order that simplified Chinese is read in).

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The art style in manhua is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese manhua is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left (which is the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right (which is the same order that simplified Chinese is read in).
30th Mar '16 10:02:40 PM Wuz
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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhu&agrave is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones (i.e. the ones using the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese uses) and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left, while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right, which is also the order simplified Chinese is read in.

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The art style in mànhuà manhua is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhu&agrave manhua is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones (i.e. the ones using the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese uses) and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right to left, left (which is the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese is read in), while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right, which right (which is also the same order that simplified Chinese is read in.in).
30th Mar '16 10:00:19 PM Wuz
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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhu&agrave is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones (i.e. the ones using the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese uses) and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right-to-left, while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right, which is also the order simplified Chinese is read in.

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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. The order Chinese mànhu&agrave is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones (i.e. the ones using the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese uses) and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are read from right-to-left, right to left, while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to right, which is also the order simplified Chinese is read in.
30th Mar '16 9:59:39 PM Wuz
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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. Like manga, but unlike manhwa, Chinese mànhuà are normally read from right to left.

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The art style in mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full color. Like manga, but unlike manhwa, The order Chinese mànhuà mànhu&agrave is read in depends on the situation: more traditional ones (i.e. the ones using the right-to-left order that traditional Chinese uses) and ones imitating the Japanese manga style are normally read from right right-to-left, while more modern ones and ones imitating the American comic book style are read from left to left.right, which is also the order simplified Chinese is read in.
24th Feb '16 6:03:46 PM Mercy
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Mànhuà (Traditional: 漫畫 Simplified: 漫画) is the general term for Chinese-language comics and print cartoons, and is applied both to works originally written in Chinese, and translated comics. The Chinese characters for mànhuà are identical to those used for Japanese {{Manga}} and Korean {{Manhwa}}.

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Mànhuà (Traditional: 漫畫 Simplified: 漫画) is the general term for Chinese-language comics and print cartoons, and is applied both to works originally written in Chinese, and translated comics. The Chinese characters for mànhuà are identical to those used for Japanese {{Manga}} {{manga}} and Korean {{Manhwa}}.
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27th Oct '15 11:40:39 AM advent_child
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Mànhuà (Traditional: 漫畫 Simplified: 漫画) is the general term for Chinese-language comics and print cartoons, and is applied both to works originally written in Chinese, and translated comics. The Chinese characters for manhua are identical to those used for Japanese {{manga}} and Korean {{manhwa}}.

Although manhua were widely published and read in China from the 1920's, often with political or satirical content, modern works have mainly been published in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Today, manhua can be found on sale anywhere with a large Chinese-speaking population.

The art style in manhua is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full colour. Like manga, but unlike manhwa, Chinese manhua are normally read from right to left.

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Mànhuà (Traditional: 漫畫 Simplified: 漫画) is the general term for Chinese-language comics and print cartoons, and is applied both to works originally written in Chinese, and translated comics. The Chinese characters for manhua mànhuà are identical to those used for Japanese {{manga}} {{Manga}} and Korean {{manhwa}}.

{{Manhwa}}.

Although manhua mànhuà were widely published and read in China from the 1920's, often with political or satirical content, modern works have mainly been published in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Today, manhua mànhuà can be found on sale anywhere with a large Chinese-speaking population.

The art style in manhua mànhuà is generally more realistic than is typical of Japanese manga, and normally drawn in full colour. color. Like manga, but unlike manhwa, Chinese manhua mànhuà are normally read from right to left.



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!!Notable titles includeinclude:



* Manhua/GuFangBuZiShang A historical drama featuring a female military genius who inadvertently falls in love with the general of the enemy army
* Manhua/ThirteenDotCartoons (十三點) An always cheerful, fashion-crazy girl from an impossibly rich family, and her friends go on wacky adventures in each issue.
* Manhua/BillionPrincess (百億公主) Rebellious daughter of very wealthy family encounters music, drama, romance.
* Manhua/{{Bloodline}} (血族) A VampireFiction series, and one of China's best and most popular domestic works. The last descendant of vampires fights against the ChurchMilitant Shengdi. First released in 2009.
* Manhua/BowlingKing (滾球王) Taiwanese {{shonen}} comic in a ten-pin bowling setting.
* Manhua/TheCelestialZone (天界无限) Published in Singapore in Chinese and English. Often abbreviated to "TCZ".
* Manhua/ChineseHero (中華英雄) Chinese swordsmen vs. racist kung-fu mafia gangsters in 1930's Chicago.
* Manhua/{{Choukakou}} (長歌行) A badass princess plotting a rebellion against Emperor Taizong of Tang. Also known as Chang Ge Xing and Song of the Long March.
* Manhua/CityOfDarkness (九龍城寨) Centered around the TheTriadsAndTheTongs in Hong Kong's infamous Kowloon Walled City.
* Manhua/CollapseOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt A collection of short, horror-like, short stories, ranging from body horror to the end of the world.
* Manhua/CyberWeaponZ (超神Z) Sci-fi martial arts vs. demons. Adapted to an animated TV series.
* Manhua/DivineMelody (仙曲) Immortal fox spirt befriends human children and tries to repay her debt to their reincarnated selves.
* Literature/HalfPrince (½ 王子) A brother and sister and their friends adventure in virtual reality.
* Manhua/FengShenJi (封神记) An emperor defies the commands of JerkassGods.
* Manhua/FightingPrettyFoxgirl A popular shoujo-like fantasy with a humanoid demon fox and rabbit as the main characters. Adapted to an animated TV series.
* Manhua/FungWan (風雲) In China during the Ming dynasty, two protagonists - Nip Fung (Wind) and Bou Ging-wan (Cloud) - learn martial arts in their early years and grow up to become legendary fighters. Also know as ''Wind and Cloud''. Adapted into the 1998 film ''Film/TheStormRiders''.
* Manhua/AnIdealWorld (尋找自我的世界) Nineteen-year old slacker learns the value of hard work.
* Manhua/InfinityGame (无尽游戏) Student accidentally finds himself Dungeon Master of another realm and decides to play with it.
* Literature/TheLegendOfSunKnight (吾命騎士) The thirty-eighth generation Sun Knight, his friends, his enemies and their adventures.
* Manhua/OldMasterQ (老夫子) Newspaper strip running since 1962.
* Manhua/TheOne (獨領風騷) Fashion, romance and super-models. Yes, it is aimed at young girls. How did you guess?
* Manhua/OrientalHeroes (龍虎門) Kung-fu heroes fight for justice in modern Hong Kong. Running since 1970.
* Manhua/PaintingWarriors (繪戰師) In the early Song Dynasty (AD 960-1127), at the western border of the Tangut Empire, a pivot point of the Silk Road, brave warriors battle for a rumoured sacred item. The hero, "untouchable war painter" Tao Hui, is the ancient equivalent of a war-photographer.
* Manhua/RavagesOfTime (火鳳燎原) A complex re-telling of events from ''RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms''.
* Manhua/SchoolShock (雏蜂) A military girl/human weapon is assigned to protect an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent who might be an important person.
* Manhua/ShowMeTheMoney (搶錢女神) Comedy manhua about super-strong but very mercenary schoolgirl.
* Manhua/TeddyBoy (古惑仔) Source material of the ''Film/YoungAndDangerous'' film series
* Manhua/WeaponsOfTheGods (神兵玄奇) Warriors vie for magical weapons in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixteen_Kingdoms Sixteen Kingdoms era]] China.
* Manhua/YouthGoneWild (搖滾狂潮) Rock-music-based manhua from Taiwan.

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* Manhua/GuFangBuZiShang ''Manhua/BillionPrincess'' (百億公主): A historical drama featuring a female military genius who inadvertently falls in love with the general of the enemy army
* Manhua/ThirteenDotCartoons (十三點) An always cheerful, fashion-crazy girl from an impossibly rich family, and her friends go on wacky adventures in each issue.
* Manhua/BillionPrincess (百億公主) Rebellious
rebellious daughter of very wealthy family encounters music, drama, romance.
* Manhua/{{Bloodline}} (血族) ''Manhua/{{Bloodline}}'' (血族): A 2009 VampireFiction series, and one of China's best and most popular domestic works. The works, the last descendant of vampires fights against the ChurchMilitant Shengdi. First released in 2009.
Shengdi.
* Manhua/BowlingKing (滾球王) ''Manhua/BowlingKing'' (滾球王): A Taiwanese {{shonen}} {{Shonen}} comic in a ten-pin bowling setting.
* Manhua/TheCelestialZone (天界无限) ''Manhua/TheCelestialZone'' (天界无限): Published in Singapore in Chinese and English. Often English; often abbreviated to "TCZ".
* Manhua/ChineseHero (中華英雄) ''Manhua/ChineseHero'' (中華英雄): Chinese swordsmen vs. racist kung-fu mafia gangsters in 1930's Chicago.
* Manhua/{{Choukakou}} (長歌行) ''Manhua/{{Choukakou}}'' (長歌行): A badass princess BadassPrincess plotting a rebellion against Emperor Taizong of Tang. during the Tang Dynasty. Also known as Chang ''Chang Ge Xing Xing'' and Song ''Song of the Long March.
March''.
* Manhua/CityOfDarkness (九龍城寨) ''Manhua/CityOfDarkness'' (九龍城寨): Centered around the TheTriadsAndTheTongs in Hong Kong's infamous Kowloon Walled City.
* Manhua/CollapseOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt ''Manhua/CollapseOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt'': A collection of short, horror-like, short stories, ranging from body horror to the end of the world.
TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
* Manhua/CyberWeaponZ (超神Z) Sci-fi ''Manhua/CyberWeaponZ'' (超神Z): Science-fiction martial arts vs. demons. Adapted to demons; given an animated TV series.
AnimatedAdaptation.
* Manhua/DivineMelody (仙曲) Immortal ''Manhua/DivineMelody'' (仙曲): [[{{Kitsune}} An immortal fox spirt spirit]] befriends human children and tries to repay her debt to their reincarnated selves.
* Literature/HalfPrince ''Literature/HalfPrince'' 王子) 王子): A brother and sister and their friends friends' adventure in virtual reality.
* Manhua/FengShenJi (封神记) ''Manhua/FengShenJi'' (封神记): An emperor defies the commands of JerkassGods.
* Manhua/FightingPrettyFoxgirl ''Manhua/FightingPrettyFoxgirl'': A popular shoujo-like {{Shoujo}}-like fantasy with a humanoid demon fox and rabbit as the main characters. Adapted to characters; adapted into an animated TV series.
* Manhua/FungWan (風雲) In China ''Manhua/FungWan'' (風雲): Set during the Ming dynasty, two protagonists - Dynasty, {{Deuteragonist}}s Nip Fung (Wind) and Bou Ging-wan (Cloud) - learn martial arts in their early years and grow up to become legendary fighters. Also know as ''Wind and Cloud''. Adapted Cloud'', it was adapted into the 1998 film ''Film/TheStormRiders''.
* Manhua/AnIdealWorld (尋找自我的世界) Nineteen-year ''Manhua/GuFangBuZiShang'': A historical drama featuring a female military genius who inadvertently falls in love with the general of the enemy army.
* ''Manhua/AnIdealWorld'' (尋找自我的世界): A nineteen-year
old slacker learns the value of hard work.
* Manhua/InfinityGame (无尽游戏) Student ''Manhua/InfinityGame'' (无尽游戏): A student accidentally finds himself Dungeon Master as a DungeonMaster of another realm and decides to play with it.
* Literature/TheLegendOfSunKnight (吾命騎士) ''Literature/TheLegendOfSunKnight'' (吾命騎士): The thirty-eighth generation Sun Knight, his friends, his enemies and their adventures.
* Manhua/OldMasterQ (老夫子) Newspaper strip ''Ngau Chai'' (牛仔)
* ''Manhua/OldMasterQ'' (老夫子): A [[NewsPaperComics newspaper strip]] [[LongRunner
running since 1962.
1962]].
* Manhua/TheOne (獨領風騷) ''Manhua/TheOne'' (獨領風騷): Fashion, romance and super-models. Yes, it is super-models...yes, it's aimed at young girls. How did How'd you guess?
* Manhua/OrientalHeroes (龍虎門) Kung-fu ''Manhua/OrientalHeroes'' (龍虎門): Martial artist heroes fight fighting for justice in modern day Hong Kong. Running Kong; [[LongRunner running since 1970.
1970]].
* Manhua/PaintingWarriors (繪戰師) ''Manhua/PaintingWarriors'' (繪戰師): In the early Song Dynasty (AD 960-1127), at the western border of the Tangut Empire, a pivot point of the Silk Road, brave warriors battle for a rumoured rumored sacred item. The hero, TheHero, "untouchable war painter" Tao Hui, is the ancient equivalent of a war-photographer.
* Manhua/RavagesOfTime (火鳳燎原) ''Manhua/RavagesOfTime'' (火鳳燎原): A complex re-telling of events from ''RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms''.
* Manhua/SchoolShock (雏蜂) ''Manhua/SchoolShock'' (雏蜂): A military girl/human weapon is assigned to protect an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent who might be an important person.
* Manhua/ShowMeTheMoney (搶錢女神) Comedy manhua ''Manhua/ShowMeTheMoney'' (搶錢女神): A comedy-based mànhuà about super-strong a super-strong, but very mercenary mercenary-inclined schoolgirl.
* Manhua/TeddyBoy (古惑仔) ''Manhua/TeddyBoy'' (古惑仔): Source material of the ''Film/YoungAndDangerous'' film series
* Manhua/WeaponsOfTheGods (神兵玄奇) ''Manhua/ThirteenDotCartoons'' (十三點): An always cheerful, fashion-crazy girl from an impossibly rich family, and her friends go on wacky adventures in each issue.
* ''Manhua/WeaponsOfTheGods'' (神兵玄奇):
Warriors vie for magical weapons in the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixteen_Kingdoms Sixteen Kingdoms era]] Era]] of Ancient China.
* Manhua/YouthGoneWild (搖滾狂潮) Rock-music-based manhua ''Manhua/YouthGoneWild'' (搖滾狂潮): A GenreMotif/{{Rock}} music-based mànhuà from Taiwan.
18th Mar '15 2:47:51 PM Mercy
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* Manhua/PaintingWarriors (繪戰師)

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* Manhua/PaintingWarriors (繪戰師)(繪戰師) In the early Song Dynasty (AD 960-1127), at the western border of the Tangut Empire, a pivot point of the Silk Road, brave warriors battle for a rumoured sacred item. The hero, "untouchable war painter" Tao Hui, is the ancient equivalent of a war-photographer.
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