Comic-Con at Home definitely isn’t leaving manga out of its schedule this year. eigoMANGA, a publishing company that produces Japanese influenced comic books has a few cool things to offer manga fans this year. They will be hosting a virtual booth and a few different panels, including a Q&A session with some manga writers!
eigoMANGA, a media company for publishing digital comics, animation, and games announces two virtual panels for Comic-Con International’s Comic-Con@Home scheduled for Thursday July 23 and Saturday July 25 2020. Comic-Con@Home is an online event that will combine aspects of the convention experience with the comforts of home. eigoMANGA’s panels will stream on Comic-Con International’s official website and YouTube channel.
eigoMANGA will also host a virtual booth through Comic-Con@Home’s official website, where fans will see for upcoming releases, announcements, and purchase merchandise at discounts in honor of Comic-Con@Home.
eigoMANGA will hold a virtual panel called “How To Write And Create Manga” on Thursday, July 23, at 6:00pm. eigoMANGA’s Publisher, Austin Osueke will moderate a series of Q&A sessions with comic book writers Jeff Loew (creator of “The Frog Princess” graphic novel), Brandon Chen (creator of “Somnia” graphic novel), Mohammad Umair Ali (illustrator of “Somnia” graphic novel), MinoMiyabi (illustrator of “Vanguard Princess” comic series), and Natashia McGough Clarke (writer of “Danity Kane” graphic novel). They will discuss the fundamentals of comic book outlines, scripting writing, and overall storytelling.
eigoMANGA will also hold a virtual panel called “First Squad: How A Western Story Was Adapted Into A Japanese Anime And Manga” on Saturday, July 25 at 6:00pm. Misha Shprits, the creator of the animated film “First Squad – The Moment Of Truth”, will discuss the journey and techniques that he and his co-creator took to get their original story produced into a Japanese anime and manga. Misha Shprits will partake in a Q&A discussion with eigoMANGA’s Publisher, Austin Osueke.