News Manga one of the Big Stories of 2002
posted on 2003-01-03 01:04 EST
Several people interviewed, along with the editors, mention Manga in The Pulse's look at the top stories of 2002 in the comic book industry.
Kuo-Yu Liang, vice president of sales & marketing at Diamond Book Distributors told The Pulse (for their 2002 review) that, in his opinion, the big story of 2002 was "The emergence of Manga as a money-generating category for bookstore and entertainment chains." He also sees Love Hina as a possible title that may "become a legitimate mainstream market bestseller and sell in the hundreds of thousands of copies." For more of his comments and those of others (several of which mention Manga) about the top stories of 2002 in the comic book industry, read the full article at http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000576.
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