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# True or False The LCM of and is 4x3 (x + 1). 6x4 + 4x3 2x3

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True or False The LCM of and is 4x3 (x + 1). 6x4 + 4x3 2x3 + 6x

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ARH 399 – History of Manga Lecture 1: 3/29/16 Defining “Manga”: -­‐“Manga” = playful (“man-­‐“) pictures (“-­‐ga”) -­‐Manga makes up 40% of publications in Japan, 36% of those being paper books, and the remaining 4% being digital publications -­‐Characteristics: cartooning, paneling, sequence, combination of text and image -­‐“Sequence” was introduced in early Japanese hand scrolls th Ex: Fukutomi Zoshi (The Fortunate Man) from the early 15 century -­‐“Cartooning” appears as early as the 12 century th Ex: Scroll of Frolicking Animals -­‐The word “manga” first appears in in the late 18 -­‐19 century when Katsushika Hokusai uses it in Hokusai Manga (1814-­‐) Ex: “Acrobatic Eating” -­‐Manga originally translated to “caricature” in 1890, but changed to the modern translation “playful pictures” in 1902 where the Daily News newspaper published a “Manga News” column -­‐The first “professional manga artist”, Kitazawa Rakuten, emerged in 1903 -­‐Okamoto Ippei and the Tokyo Manga Association emerged in 1915 -­‐Post-­‐1890: “Cartoons” are considered single-­‐panel and non-­‐sequential works while “comics” adhere to Scott McCloud’s definition (“juxtaposed pictures and other images in direct sequence”), but with understanding that writing is a part of the images First Aim of the Course: -­‐To provide an overview of the various manga genres -­‐To provide a timeline of emerging genres in chronological order (history) -­‐Ex: Manga for “kids” vs. manga for “adults” Second Aim of the Course: -­‐Understanding manga in terms of sequence, paneling, and drawing style -­‐Ex: “New Treasure Island” uses all 4 types of Japanese writing (kanji, hiranga, katakana, romaji), each used for a separate purpose Japanese Writing System: -­‐Kanji = Chinese characters -­‐Hiranga = cursive Chinese characters -­‐Katakana = part of a Chinese character -­‐Romaji = Romanization of Japanese words

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