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We have the pleasure to share with you the 10 preselected work of the Magic International Manga Contest!

We have received more than 50 high level projects from around the world, including India, Thailand, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Indonesia, Egypt and many others.

Here you can find below the 10 preselected manga by our jury, that will be translated into Japanese in order to transmit them to SHUEISHA Inc:

Charles Compain – DREAMERS (France)
Sebastien Annoni – IKARISAN (France)
André Jeanjacques – LIFE OF DEATH (USA)
Timité Djigui – MARY KIMPRIDE (France)
Jérôme Le Frère – ONE STORY OF EXCREMIA (France)
Guillaume Hann – SAMURAI WOLF KAGIZUME (France)
Gurukesh Khopatkar – THE WORLD OF KEYS ONESHOT (Inde)
Kine Guiot – TRUFFLE PIG (France)
Kurogawa Shion – YUME MONOGATARI (France)

Congratulations to all of the preselected candidates, and thank you for all the participants for their work!

We would like to remind you, that the winner will have the chance to stay one month in Japan, and meet a tantô (editor) from Shueisha, get advice from mangakas  and try to extend their partnership with this publisher.

See you on January 16, 2020 to discover the 5 finalists who will present their works before our jury at MAGIC on March 7,2020.

Registration for the event

MAGIC is a private event organized by Shibuya Productions. The entrance is free of charge and requires prior registration. The organization reserves the right to deny anyone entry to the event at their discretion.

Official partners

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What an honor for Shibuya Productions to celebrate the sixth anniversary of our event the Monaco Anime Game International Conferences (MAGIC) on the 7th of March.

Who could have believed, that a Gala Dinner, which was initially organized to celebrate the creation of the company, was going to transform into an inevitable yearly pop culture event in the Principality of Monaco.

 Who would have thought that after only 4 years, MAGIC will be exported to Japan, in Kyoto, Japanese culture’s heart.