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Yeong-shin Ma / 마영신 / cartoonist / 1982-00-00
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One thing about this year that didn’t suck was the work done by comic creators, both locally and elsewhere. Here’s my annual list of the best in graphic novels. 5. Moms All I ask from a comic is that it have compelling characters in interesting situations. That’s what Yeong-shin Ma does with this tragicomedy about four desperate women in Seoul.(...)
There’s more to Korean comics than webtoons. While vertical-scroll digital comics have surged in popularity among English speakers since the Netcomics, Webtoon, and Tapas Media platforms started publishing Korean comics in English, the growth in popularity of print manhwa (the Korean term for comics) in North America has been more of a slow burn. While manhwa overall remains a small category in the print comics world, the category is growing in the North American marketplace. Drawn and Quarterly has published several manhwa a year since 2017, and their 2019 manhwa, Grass by Keum Suk Gendry-Kim, a powerful story of sexual slavery during WWII, won the Cartoonist Studio Prize for Best Print Comic of the Year and was nominated for two Eisner awards. Chugong’s Solo Leveling, an action fantasy manhwa that started out as an online webtoon, has been a bestseller in print for Yen Press. Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook and Ryan Estrada with art by Hyung-Ju Ko, a memoir of Sook’s college years under a repressive Korean government, was published by Iron Circus Comics and nominated for an Eisner Award this year. And in August, Ablaze Comics will publish the first volume of the action manhwa The Breakers, by Jeon Guk-jin and Kamaro, as a 400-page omnibus.
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CANADA / Yeong-shin Ma / 마영신 / 2022 / literature > Korean Literature > Reportage > Misc.
The satirical saga of three artists seeking recognition. But there can be only one Artist. A novelist, single, forty-four years old. A painter, divorced, forty-six years old. A musician, single, forty-two years old. On the outer limits of relevancy in an arts culture that celebrates youth, these three men make up the artist group Arcade. Caught in circular arguments about what makes real art and concerned about the vapid interests of their younger contemporaries, none of them are reaping the benefits of success. But there’s always another chance to make it. When it comes time, out of the three, who will emerge as an acclaimed artist? More important, when one artist’s star rises, will he leave the rest behind? Following Yeong-shin Ma’s hit manhwa, Moms, this plunge into artistic friendships is as hilarious and infuriating as it is real. With absurdist style and off-beat humor, Artist simultaneously caricatures and complicates the figure of the artist. The friendships between the three are impassioned and mercurial, resulting in conflicts about fashion choices, squabbles with foreign children, and changes in one another's artistic fortunes for better and worse. As the story progresses we see the ways that recognition―or lack thereof―molds each character’s outlook, whether they will be changed by the scene or end up changing it to fit their ideals. Source : https://www.amazon.com/dp/1770466177
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growing into a con artist in every little fib I told or a thief when I absentminded ly brought home a friends pen. Whenever this happened, Father would take my side, quipping, There you go again spinning a yarn, to which Mother would respond by shooting us a wry smile and apologizing for her wild imagination. Only after reaching middle school did...
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