#1
I was never really into sitting around reading manga like some people, but recently I started learning Japanese and I want something to read. I figured it would be a bit easier to read than just a book because of the pictures and short sentences.

So onto the question, is manga written primarily in hiragana/katagana or is kanji a must?

Also can someone suggest something easy to read(probably a series aimed twords children)
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#2
I'm japanese and most manga are written in Kanji and have the hiragana on the side.
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#3
i would assume hiragana, and im pretty sure you don't need kanji. dont know any specific books though.

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Quote by EpiHummingbird
I'm japanese and most manga are written in Kanji and have the hiragana on the side.


Hmm thats what I was afraid of...

Maybe there is children's manga? I heard students learn hiragana before they attempt kanji...
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