If you are new to manga, and anime in general, I'll assume that you have a general knowledge of what these things are. For those that don't, allow me to take a moment to explain the differences between manga and anime. In English, we call it 'comics,' but if you really think about it, 'cartoons' and 'anime' are basically the same thing. Let's break down the differences between these two popular forms of art and discuss some of the possibilities you may encounter when creating your own มังงะ.
First, in anime, characters speak using slang that is similar to that used in manga. Anime also has a great number of complex characters, and this is one of the biggest factors behind why they are so successful. When creating an anime fan fiction or fan film, you will find that much of the work is based around this aspect, since most people who read this type of fiction love these types of stories. For example, in a Harry Potter fanfiction, you will find that the terms used by the characters are highly advanced, as well as completely different from how they were used in the Harry Potter books. Complexity is what draws in readers - and that is one of the things that anime can offer.
Another thing that anime is different than the manga is that the art style is much more cartoony than realistic. Anime is stylized and filled with fantasy, which can be both appealing to adult fans, but also more suited for children. You'll find that many young boys and girls enjoy this type of fiction, because it is very 'cute' and child-like in appearance. You'll find that in the anime, the drawing is often done in a rough and ready style, which can also make for very expressive characters.
The world in which the characters live in is also different between manga and anime. In the manga, there is typically a very large cast, where each has their own personality. In the anime, because there is such a limited number of characters, every episode focuses on a few important personalities, instead of going into great detail about each one of them. You'll find that animals take a lot less time to read, and that they are often quite humorous at times.
One of the biggest differences between the two types of anime is the level of subject matter they cover. In the manga, you will find stories that deal with romance, tragedy, and other sensitive topics. In anime, the focus tends to be more on humor. Most of the stories involve cute, little girls going on adventures, solving problems, and having fun. There is not a whole lot of talk about sexual themes.
The art style is also quite different between the two types of anime. manga often use a style known as "inen" which means "a little girl" in Japanese. This type of art is much more detailed and cartoonish than the "ken" style, which is used in anime. You'll find that some of the most beautiful art in anime was created using the "ken" style.
You may be wondering why it is so hard to decide between manga and anime. There really isn't any big secret that shows one type is better than the other. Basically, it just comes down to personal preference. If you prefer the manga, then you'll probably find it boring, but if you like anime, then you'll probably find it very interesting.
Overall, it really comes down to what type of stories or images appeal to you. If you enjoy the more detailed drawings of anime, then you will probably find it hard to read manga. However, if you like to read stories about cute girls, then you'll probably find manga a fun experience.