Japanese manga queen Rumiko Takahashi wins top French prize


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Congratulations! I personally am glad to see that the word "manga" itself is accepted in the English language. Manga are a totally different genre in comparison to comic books and the work that this creative woman has made is being rightfully recognized!

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I remember Ranma, very funny anime.. I miss 90's..

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Good news!! The empress of manga deserves this !!

Banzai !

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I'm happy to see such an honor go to such a deserving manga-ka as Takahashi Rumiko. I've been a big fan of her work since the late 80s when I became aware of it, through Urusei Yatsura, Maison Ikkoku and the Mermaid stories.

Even after all these years I still have full manga sets of UY, MI, Ranma and the Mermaid stories among my library of books. Eagerly awaiting what she comes up with next!

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Ranma was very original and naturally funny

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