Did you know?
Did you know that the word manhua that is now used to describe Chinese comics is literally translated as impromptu sketches? Chinese manhuas are slowly but surely breaking in the comic field that is dominated by the Japanese manga. Chinese manhuas are attracting readers because of its gorgeous sketches, fast pacing, and interesting plot story. Readers also love that they can relate to most of the Chinese manhuas that are produced.
Tale of Demons and Gods is one of the most popular Chinese manhuas as it tackles an interesting theme, mythology. Tale of Demons and Gods is a member of the fantasy sub-genre. Its story revolves around the deities, immortals, and monsters of Chinese mythology, making readers hooked. But many readers of this manhua are starting to search for mangas that are like Tales of Demons and Gods. Because the author rarely updates the story, leaving the fans asking for more. Thankfully, there are a lot of mangas in the scene like Tales of Demons and Gods. Manga like Battle Through The Heavens, Tower of God, and Wu Dong Qian Kun all fall in the fantasy genre that Tales of Demons and Gods is under. Surely, Tales of Demons and Gods hiatus won't affect Chinese manhua's rising popularity, especially in the West.