Wing-Shing Ma

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Ma Wing Shing is one of the most influential manwa (Chinese equivalent to Japanese "manga") artists in China, and one of the world's best comic-book writer/artists. Born in 1961, Ma entered the manwa industry in 1976, publishing his first comic-book series, "Day Dream," at Hei Po, where he did other comic-books there, including "Winds and Clouds ... See full bio »

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(1999)
(1998)
Storm Cloud Director
Fung wan II Writer
(2009)

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 2009 Fung wan II (story - original manhua)
 1999 A Man Called Hero (original story - as Wing Shing Ma)
 1998 Toshinden sha shou Hao (TV Series) (writer)
 1998 The Storm Riders (story - as Ma Wing Shing, original manhua)
 1988 Tian xia (TV Series) (writer)
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 1998 Toshinden sha shou Hao (TV Series) (character designer)
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 1998 Toshinden sha shou Hao (TV Series) (illustrator)

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Ma referred to Japanese manga artist Ryoichi Ikegami as an inspiration to his work. He finally met Ikegami in person, and the artist praised Ma's work. See more »

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