Where would someone 40+ start to learn how to read manga?
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Hi,

What I am asking is for a starting point that would be enjoyable for an older generation in manga for someone just starting out? I do see numerous ones on the stands, just that all the action and sexy pics are nice fluff. But are there any manga that's 'side-by-side' or English captioned to help someone learn as the series goes on? Forgive me if this sounds odd.

I presume I am not the first to ask something like this. Would someone recommend a site that might be useful?

Thank you for your time.

gDanteR
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gdanter wrote:

Hi,

What I am asking is for a starting point that would be enjoyable for an older generation in manga for someone just starting out? I do see numerous ones on the stands, just that all the action and sexy pics are nice fluff. But are there any manga that's 'side-by-side' or English captioned to help someone learn as the series goes on? Forgive me if this sounds odd.

I presume I am not the first to ask something like this. Would someone recommend a site that might be useful?

Thank you for your time.

gDanteR




You can find all the answers here:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-809811/the-manga-help-thread

Please ask all your questions there! Also, if you have any further questions feel free to ask in any of the other help threads Also, try not to post similar or duplicate threads~ Thanks!

Here are links to really helpful threads:

The site rules
The general help thread
The general link thread
The anime/manga help thread
The drama/movie help thread
The music help thread
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