Japanese Comic

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Scott Pilgrim - Development
... O'Malley wanted to write a sh┼Źnen-style comic book series, but initially he had only read one series, Ranma 1/2 in the early 2000s North America did not ... In 2002 O'Malley's roommate, who worked in a comic book store, brought the book to him while O'Malley was working on Lost at Sea and was planning Scott Pilgrim ... realized that, despite the satirical tone, it could be an effective guide on how the Japanese comic book industry worked ...

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