First World MediBang Debut Cup | Contest - MediBang!

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Overview

“Game” – from this single word many different stories came to life and we received a multitude of unique creations full of individuality. Thank you everyone for your submissions. We received more submissions this time than in any other MediBang original contest so far, and we really noticed the hard work that was put in. However, when it came to overall points, we felt that there was no standout winner. For that reason we could not name a Grand Prize winner this time, but we did award the Excellence Award and Distinction Award to those works full of unique ideas. We believe that focusing on a drawing style that really communicates the theme to the audience will lead to a dramatic increase in the level of your works. We’re expecting your masterpieces to be submitted to the next contest!

Excellence Award(¥50,000 + an editor will be assigned to you!)

  • Language
    English
    Creator
    VuDinhLan
    Title
    Soul's Quest

    MediBang Editorial Department’s Comments

    Not being able to get your favorite character is a theme that all smartphone game players can empathize with, so it was very entertaining. The humor of the main character slaying one enemy after another all to get his waifu was well combined with the theme of friendship which is characteristic of shonen manga. The characters’ expressions were also full of life, and the main character’s changes in emotion were easy to understand.

  • Distinction Award(¥10,000 + the possibility of having an editor!)

  • Language
    Japanese
    Creator
    bunjin
    Title
    MOE

    MediBang Editorial Department’s Comments

    The fact that even though the drawing style was light, it was able to express such a heated battle is thanks to author’s sense. The panel layout brought out the power of the tricycles, making it look very cool. The ending was also very fulfilling. The second half of the race was spectacular, but there were parts with too many effects and handwritten letters. We felt that if more details were depicted, it would be easier to communicate what is going on in each scene.

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