Where did manga come from?
While the manga seems to be increasingly popular, which often causes many people to believe that it is a relatively modern creation that is actually around (in early form) for more than a thousand years.
The tradition of telling stories with a series of sequential โดจิน images has become part of a Japanese culture long before what we now know as the current manga. Even Toba Sojo, a priest of the 11th century painter, has been associated with the earliest examples of pre-manga art with its animal scroll painting that insinuates the Buddhist priesthood.
Over the years the religious world perfects art, even when the nation is torn with war.
The other credited for the development of modern manga is Katsushika Hokusai, 19th-century artists and printhmaker who are famous while Woodblock’s print image of 36 views of Mount Fuji known throughout the world, the sketch of the manga is some of the best examples of humor in Japanese art. Hokusai was also the first to use the term manga to describe his sketch even though he did not create the word itself.
Adult story books – Text around illustration of ink brushes becomes popular in the Japanese population of the middle class. Printed with Woodblocks these books are similar to modern manga because they cover various subjects from fantasy and drama to humor and even pornography. Shunga (Erotic Arts) and Yokai (ghosts and monsters) are other forms of popular Japanese art that has affected modern manga
In the 19th century, art became influenced by Western culture and pictorial story books became a combination of Japanese and Western cartoons.
When he developed, many say that Osamu Tezuka is the modern manga, the most popular creation is the mighty atom (or Astro Boy). His manga debut came in 1947 with the island of his new treasure a comic produced cheaply and sold 400,000 copies with this success he could develop followers of the young artist Manga Eagre to continue with what he had started. It will soon be expanded and from here young adults who start reading the previous comics will continue to read manga as adults and with it it is said that modern manga is born.