I don’t know about you, but when I go to Mexico in August I usually take a few days off from work and spend the better part of it in Mexico. I also love to eat. Mexico has been a major staple in my diet for a few years now. I’ve been to Oaxaca (Guatemala) a total of 7 times now and I will continue to visit in the future.
I don’t know about you, but I do love to go to Mexico. I’ve never been this far south of the border, and that’s because I like the food, the climate, and the people. I’ve never been to as many states as I have in Mexico, but I’ve never been farther south of the border than Oaxaca.
Mexico is the country that got me hooked on reading manga and anime. I got a lot of my exposure to manga in Oaxaca through the company I maintain, The Manga Company. That company has been in business since the late 90s, and has been around since the early 2000s. It is the largest manga publisher in Latin America, and its main focus is in anime (mainly anime of course).
Ive been to Mexico and spoken to many people who are not anime fans. One of the most frustrating things is that, like many countries in Mexico, they have an extremely hard time understanding that you can read manga and anime in many ways. Many people see anime and manga as violent and bloody, and they can’t understand why someone would read them. They even have a hard time understanding why anyone would read anything at all.
To understand why someone might read manga or anime, you must first understand when and why they started reading it. The first person to do this is usually the “author” of the manga or anime. In the US, that is usually the creator of the manga or anime. In Latin America, the author of a manga or anime is usually the creator of the comic.
In a Japanese manga or anime, I don’t understand the nature of the characters. In anime, anime is about the anime, and manga is about the manga. In the US, anime is about anime, manga, anime, manga, anime, manga, anime, manga, anime, anime, anime. It’s not about the anime that is made and not about the anime that is made, the manga is the anime itself.
What I do understand is that the anime is anime, manga, anime, anime, anime, anime, anime, anime. The manga is anime, manga, anime.
Well, here in Mexico it is not just anime, manga, anime, anime, anime, anime, anime, anime. It is more like a “genre”. I think of it more as a “genre” because it is so diverse, both in its content and it’s style.
When I say anime, I mean anime, manga, anime. It’s a genre, it’s a genre, it’s a genre.