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'''''MangacaMangaka'''''<ref>{{Fontes desiderati}}</ref> ([[Iaponicescriptura Iaponica]]: 漫画家 ''mangaka''), vel '''mangafex,'''<ref>{{Fontes desiderati}}</ref> est [[manga]]e [[pictor]] [[scriptor]]que.<!--en: comic-book creator, comic artist, cartoonist--> Extra [[Iaponia]]m, vox ''[[manga]]'' mentionem [[libellus comicus|libelli comici]] plerumque facit, et ''mangaca'' mentionem auctoris, ut fit hominis Nipponensis. Anno [[2006]], circiter 3000 mangacae professionales in Iaponia laborabant (McCarthy 2006:14). <!--
Some artists study for a few years at an art college or a manga school, or serve as apprentices for another mangaka before becoming professional artists; however, some start out without having served as an assistant by winning contests run by magazines. For example, [[Naoko Takeuchi]] won such a contest sponsored by [[Kodansha]], and [[Osamu Tezuka]] started out without being an assistant.
Mangakas usually rise to prominence through recognition of their ability when they spark the interest of institutions, individuals, or a demographic of manga consumers. For example, prospective mangaka may enter contests sponsored by leading manga editors and publishers. Some mangaka are recognized for the number of manga they run at one time (Schodt 1997). -->
== Etymologia==
Verbum duabus partibus componitur: ''[[manga]]'' et ''-caka.'' Manga (漫画) est artis medium. Suffixum [[Honorifica Iaponiensia|honorificum]] ''-caka'' (家) sollertiam auctoritatemque a maioribus posteris traditam in se habet. Exempli gratia, haec vox ad scriptorem qui [[fabula]]m artifici daturam creat non adhibetur: vox Iaponica pro tali libellorum comicorum scriptore est ''[[gensaku-sha]].''
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