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CrowdFunding promotion Manga Company

posted Feb 13, 2015, 10:32 PM by J Shaw   [ updated Feb 13, 2015, 10:33 PM ]   Discount code for 40% off

Were looking to make a Manga Publishing Company in the US

About this project

Manga Publishing Company

In order for us to publish your manga you have to 
succinctly tell the entire story: beginning, middle, and end, omitting unnecessary details. A short-story synopsis should be no longer than a page. A synopsis for a series (limited or ongoing) or graphic novel should be about two to five pages. Indicate issue breaks where applicable. A synopsis should say exactly what happens and how, noting plot and character specifics. Do not leave the resolution of the story in question. This should be the most straightforward presentation of the story as possible, as the synopsis is often the make-or-break point for a proposal.

We hope to sell you the original Novels through our publishing house.Great news, with your pledge we can bring American made manga into the hands of americans right here in our own state! We will publish your manga idea if it meets our criteria. We are looking for new/innovative ways of thinking. You will have the opportunity to view a completely new experience whilst still Getting a bang for your buck. We look for people who create work that is similar to the current shows you watch in many ways I'm here to show you how you can improve on what your Happy with. We exist to help our people and partners achieve excellence and realize their full potential.

Where is the money going?

$8500 is going to Creating the manga publishing house

$1000 is going to kickstarter fees

$500 is going to shipping the rewards

Why Should I read manga?

Children’s books and television shows these days are nothing compared to the ones that many of us had growing up. At least that’s what we tell ourselves. I think back fondly on those days of watching Rugrats and Scooby Doo marathons and scoff at the thought of modern-age children rotting their brains with Spongebob and Annoying Orange. But the fact of the matter is that letting kids subject themselves to those books and animations is important to the development of reading comprehension and critical thinking skills, though the shows now seem like garbageto our fully-developed minds.

In Japan, the same sort of issue arises with kids becoming obsessed with manga and anime. Parents may try to insist that their children put away the comics and pick up a real book. Some may even go so far as to throw out their child’s comic magazines as they begin to pile up. However, according to one of the professors at Tama University, Yuichi Higuchi, in his shortessay “Are you a Bad Parent?” keeping kids away from their anime and comics is a terrible thing to do!

Let’s start with the manga. According to Professor Higuchi, reading and rereading the same manga many times over is the best way for children to naturally develop their language skills. This refers to more than just basic comprehension of the plot, which can generally be achieved after one quick read-through. For a child to pick up on the deeper meaning behind the words — the foreshadowing and the nuanced humor, hidden between precise turns of phrase and balanced visual depictions — it takes at least two or three reads for the full breadth of the story to unfold.

Every time a child rereads their manga of choice, there is something new that they discover. The words and speech patterns make a little more sense and the meaning behind them becomes that much more clear. Every time a child reads that story their ability to comprehend it expands just a little. They are learning in a way that they love, so why not show some encouragement when they toss aside their textbooks for a well-worn comic? At least with manga, Japanese kids are getting in a bit of kanji practice, yeah? manga also has ways of raising a child’s reading comprehension. The secret is providing discussion which leads to critical thinking.

If your kids love anime, then they’ll love to share the experience with you and to talk about it. Engaging them in something that they love can be both fun and eye-opening. All it takes are some simple questions like, “What was the most interesting part?” to get their brains cooking up some comparisons and judgments. Now, you don’t want to kill their joy by firing of standardized test questions in the middle of the show, but even saying things to yourself like, “ I wonder why the character did that…” can inspire critical thinking in children.

In addition, manga can drastically broaden a child’s vocabulary. Not everything that comes up is as inappropriate as Naruto’s “Harem Technique” or as nonsensical as Ichigo’s “Heaven Chain Slaying Moon” sword.

What it really comes down to is that there’s no good reason to separate kids from the things that they’re interested in. With manga and anime in particular, there’s great potential for learning language skills.

How Will you publish my manga?

We will publish your manga through our company. Depending on how many pages your manga is we will work out a contract and assign a price. The contract is Negotiable.


You will recieve the first manga our company Publishes made through expert artists.

Risks and challenges

There will be nothing getting in the way of us providing you with your rewards and the services our company will offer.