The Japanese drama "Republished" adapted from comics flexibly reproduces the editorial life in Japanese comics weekly, which was once a familiar editorial appearance for Taiwanese readers, receiving a large number of submissions, discussing comic storytelling with authors, and assisting cartoonists to solve their lives (and emotions) issues, and more importantly, you have to get the manuscript no matter what, otherwise skylights will be waiting for you in print magazines, and publishers waiting to deal with calls from readers or begging not to close. Reply from readers. Taiwan has been deeply influenced by Japanese comics, and comic editors in traditional comic publishing houses have a similar working model, but in recent years, comic editing has begun to be different from what we imagine. Before the show (2020), the shortlist of the Golden Comic Awards is not only eye-catching, but also the "Comic Editor Award".
The three shortlisted works are relatively not mainstream commercial comics. Rather, they are works with a strong experimental nature, Shadow Making including "Night and Dreams", "Boeing Comic Books" and "OT Talking Room". Interestingly, the editors behind the three works are closely linked. Huang Peishan, the editor of "Long Night Dreams", is the president of Slow Work Culture who published "OT Talk Room", and Fang Ruiyi, the author of "OT Talk Room", is the founder and one of the comic editors of "Boeing Comic Book". Fang Ruiyi's "OT Talk Room" Zhang Shuwei, the editor of "
The Room", was also shortlisted for the Best Editor Award. Okay, when you see this, do you feel that "the circle is really messed up"? ! We're not really trying to test the reader's reasoning abilities, but this also implies one thing, comic editors are not what the stereotype looks like. "CCC Creation Collection" interviewed the above comic editors to observe their creativity, editing and planning. The interviews are presented in a QA format, retaining the tone of the editors' initial interviews. After all, the selection or compilation of books has a lot to do with