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Watch the Yen Press industry panel from NYCC on Popverse

Yen Press has been bringing the best in Korean manga entertainment to the US; hear them talk about the process at the Javits Center.

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Image credit: Yen Press

Manga fans, don’t miss this one. Yen Press is at NYCC to talk about what it’s like to bring the best of Korean manga to a US audience, ad they’ve brought panelists Mark De Vera, Carl Li Payton, Campbell Won, and Young Seo to tell us their experiences in doing so. Join the panel to hear groundbreaking announcements, behind-the-scenes stories, and more.

Popverse filmed this and many other panels at New York Comic Con this year (see the complete line-up here), which you can watch in one of two ways - by becoming a Popverse member at the 'Fan' level (or higher), or by buying a NYCC digital ticket. The NYCC digital ticket gives you access to all of the filmed panels from New York Comic Con 2022, as well as access to long-form interviews and original reporting from the Popverse editorial team. The Popverse annual membership does that for the entire year, and would include live video panels from the upcoming MCM London Comic Con, as well as next year's Emerald City Comic Con and C2E2.

Popverse filmed the entire conversation from the panes, with the companies hosting the panel black out the screenings, trailers, and new footage - as they intended for it to only be seen by those in attendance in the panel room.

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