Web comics are now at their peak and are growing in power. And I would like to tell you about the Web Manhwa, why in common people she is called Lapsha and what is definitely worth reading.
Web Manhwa. Why “Noodles” and what does it eat with?
What are web comics all about? These are works that are distributed, become known, through the Internet for reading on computers and phones. They are sooo rarely published in paper form, you can even count on the fingers. Of the most famous in Russia, one can recall “Simon’s Cat” (cartoon strip from YouTube), “Ice cream and sadness. Cyanide and happiness” (strip collection), “Horror Archive” (full story).
Web Manhwa. Why “Noodles” and what does it eat with? Web Manhwa. Why “Noodles” and what does it eat with?
Web Manhwa is the Internet comics from Korean authors, which are read, as they used to in Russia, from left to right. They represent an average of only three to four color pages, but have an unusually long format. That’s why it’s noodles)) Sometimes the translators or the authors themselves “cut” the web manhwa into pages for convenience or creating the desired effect, but you quickly get used to the length features. Unlike manga, I love the web manhwa for Continue reading
High sales of any comic book series will guarantee that the publisher will continue to print these thin magazines until demand falls. This can go on for months, years, or decades for the coolest series. The love of fans, as a rule, knows no bounds and requires that she be fed monthly with new adventures of a super guy (damsel) or a super team in tight tights. The longer the story goes on, the greater the headache for the scriptwriters, who are forced to think over the years how the hero defeats the army of his enemies again and again, although, it would seem, this time for the thousandth time he definitely had no chance. Sooner or later, absurd accidents and divine interventions become the cause of victories. And after thousands of pages, we begin to firmly believe that the hero is immortal. But at the moment when the popularity of the comic strip falls, and the publisher wants to cash in on the superhero for the last time, the scriptwriter gets the opportunity to kill the hero. More often, a character may be allowed to die in an alternate world. And then we see how easy it is, in fact, to kill him when it is allowed.
Below are three Marvel stories in which superheroes died too easily for the comic book world.
3. “Wolverine: Old Man Logan” Continue reading
The film company Franco bought the rights to the film adaptation of the book “Rent: a biography of Buster Casey.” Recently, James Franco writes, directs, produces and plays in so many projects that it can sometimes be very difficult to keep track of his activities. Recently it became known that the actor will remove the novel of the North American writer Chuck Palahniuk, known to a wide audience at the Fight Club. True, the details of the deal are still unknown, including who will direct the picture and whether Franco himself will play in it. The “Rent” was published in 2007. The book is about a guy who infected hundreds of people with unusual rage and came up with an urban destruction race, the participants of which are trying to smash each other’s cars. In one of the clashes, Rant himself perishes, after which his Continue reading