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New manga, comic group a hit

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Posted: Saturday, September 28, 2013 10:49 am

For Julie Andersen, the young adult and school librarian at Vista Grande Public Library, the new manga, anime and comic book group is a chance to learn about manga, a genre that’s new to her.

For David Brown, youth services librarian at the facility that serves Vista Grande High School as well as the general public, it’s a chance to share his lifelong love of comics and comic book history.

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