Studio Sakka wants everyone to know about Glass House Graphics’ Filipino comic art seminar, run by GHG head honcho David Campiti. It’s later this month, January 30th and 31st, in Manila and you can find more info about it by going to the seminar website!
Since the late 1990s, sales of licensed Japanese comics, better known as manga, have grown to the point where they have transformed the landscape of traditional comics publishing forever. Manga is no mere trend – it’s a serious art form that tells stories and delivers messages and emotions in ways no other art form can, or dares. Its influence has been felt around the world – from well beyond the shores of the Land of the Rising Sun.
The scope of manga is endless – there’s practically a genre or story for anything and everything under the sun, and some that you may not have even heard of. Regardless of interest, there’s a manga out there for you.
It’s about breaking boundaries. Being above and beyond the norm. Thinking outside the box. and maybe the box outside the box.
And that’s exactly what Studio Sakka delivers.