Asterix En Hispania by Uderzo Goscinny

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Every detail and style was carefully done; versions were drawn over and over. Wang Wei related how his lianhuanhua (and the industry generally) dwindled in circulation by the mid1980s. 8 million copies; a second, Xue Zhan Shahe, in 1984, 850,000 copies; and a third in 1985, 340,000 copies. He blamed the entry of Japanese manga into China in 1984 as the main reason for the lessened interest in lianhuanhua. But others blamed the 1986–1987 crash of the lianhuanhua market on the widespread availability of television sets and videocassette players; the diminished quality of the books, as publishers and artists quickened their production pace to meet reader demands (Cao 2002; Yu 2000; Lin 1997; Hong 1995); and the transfer of responsibility for distribution from the government, with its vast resources, to the publishing houses themselves.

Artists were asked to decorate storybooks with illustrations at the top of the pages. According to one author, the Song Dynasty book paintings had cartoon characteristics (Shi 1989, 12). During the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties, popular romantic novels carried portraits of the main characters on the front and sometimes at the beginning of each chapter (Hwang 1978, 52). Some novels were richly illustrated, with the upper half of each page featuring a picture or with an illustrated page following every page of text (see also Chiang 1959).

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