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The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga

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Language  English
Media type  Print (Paperback)
ISBN  978-0-7867-1838-2
Author  ILYA
Subject  Manga
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Publication date  3 December 2006
Pages  512 pp (first edition)
Originally published  3 December 2006
Genre  Encyclopedia
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Publishers  Constable & Robinson, Carroll & Graf Publishers (defunct), Running Press (current)

The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga is edited by ILYA. The book contains works by a variety of artists. The first book was released in North America by Running Press on 3 December 2006. It was licensed by Carroll & Graf Publishers before it was phased out by parent company, Perseus Books Group. The second book was released in the United Kingdom by Constable & Robinson on 25 October 2005. The third book was released in the United Kingdom by Constable & Robinson on 6 November 2008 and in North America by Running Press on 1 December 2008.

Reception

Manga Life's Kelvin Green comments that the "eclectic nature of the book is one of its strengths". ComicMix's Andrew Wheeler comments on the Mammoth Book of Best New Manga series about how most of the work are "nearly all British and that none of them are, oh, Japanese" despite having manga in its title. Paul Gravett comments on the diversity of the works in the second book that are "compiled from as far afield as Sweden and Thailand." Dan Murphy from The Buffalo News commends the third book for doing "what it sets out to do and serves up a sampler platter of a variety of styles and forms."

References

The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga Wikipedia


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