Manga International Opens in Tokyo to Present Saudi Artistic Talent on a Worldwide Scale Previous

Manga International Opens in Tokyo to Present Saudi Artistic Talent on a Worldwide Scale Previous

RIYADH: Manga Arabia, a division of the Saudi Research and Media Group, announced the launch of Manga International at an event in Tokyo, Japan, to strengthen its global footprint.

According to a Tuesday report from the Saudi Press Agency, prominent dignitaries and journalists from Saudi Arabia and Japan attended the function.

This expansion comes after a string of fruitful collaborations and agreements with prominent Japanese manga publishers, including Hakusensha, Kodansha, Shueisha, Kadokawa, and Shogakukan.

Having published two manga magazines in print and digital formats for children and young adults, Manga Arabia has a solid reputation in the Arab world.

With a print distribution network of 220 locations throughout the Arab world, the company reaches over 8 million users in 195 countries and sells over 400,000 copies each month.

Jomana Al-Rashid, CEO of SRMG, emphasized the importance of this global venture.
She stated, ‘ We are building a legal framework with state-of-the-art technologies and strategically growing through alliances with top manga companies. ‘

Building on this commitment, Manga Arabia has already translated several of its comic stories into English, Chinese, and Malay for international markets.

Collaborating with the Literature, Publishing, and Translation Commission, it has also adapted a selection of Saudi novels into manga format, aiming to reach diverse audiences and present Saudi literature and culture through the lens of manga.

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