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How to Draw Manga, Volume 1: Compiling Characters by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 1
How to Draw Manga, Volume 2: Compiling Techniques by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 2
How to Draw Manga, Volume 3: Compiling Application and Practice by The Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 3
How to Draw Manga, Volume 4: Casual Wear by The Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 4
How to Draw Manga, Volume 5: Developing Shoujo Manga Techniques by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 5
How to Draw Manga, Volume 6: Martial Arts and Combat Sports by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 6
How to Draw Manga, Volume 7: Amazing Effects by Mikio KawanishiVolume 7
How To Draw Manga Volume 8 by Angel MatsumotoVolume 8
How to Draw Manga, Volume 9: Colored Original Drawings by The Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 9
How to Draw Manga, Volume 10: Getting Started by Tadashi OzawaVolume 10
How to Draw Manga, Volume 11: Maids and Miko by The Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 11
How to Draw Manga, Volume 12: Giant Robots by Hikaru HayashiVolume 12
How to Draw Manga, Volume 13: Super Tone Techniques by Unkaku KoyamaVolume 13
How to Draw Manga, Volume 14: Colorful Costumes by Tadashi OzawaVolume 14
How to Draw Manga, Volume 15: Girls' Life Illustration File by Kazuko TadanoVolume 15
How to Draw Manga, Volume 16: Guns and Military, Volume 1 by Ichiro KamiyaVolume 16
How to Draw Manga, Volume 17: Guns and Military, Volume 2 by Ichiro KamiyaVolume 17
Super-Deformed Characters Volume 1: Humans by Gen SatoVolume 18
Super-Deformed Characters Volume 2: Animals by Gen SatoVolume 19
How to Draw Manga, Volume 20: Female Characters by Hikaru HayashiVolume 20
How to Draw Manga, Volume 21: Bishoujo Pretty Gals by Hikaru HayashiVolume 21
How to Draw Manga, Volume 22: Bishoujo Around The World by Hikaru HayashiVolume 22
Illustrating Battles by Hikaru HayashiVolume 23
Occult and Horror by Hikaru HayashiVolume 24
Bodies and Anatomy by Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 25
Making Anime by Yoyogi Animation GakuinVolume 26
Male Characters by Hikaru HayashiVolume 27
Couples by Hikaru HayashiVolume 28
Putting Things in Perspective by K's ArtVolume 29
Pen and Tone Techniques by Ryo ToudoVolume 30
More About Pretty Gals by Hikaru HayashiVolume 31
Mech. Drawing by Katsuya YamakamiVolume 32
Costume Encyclopedia Volume 1: Everyday Fashion by Hikaru HayashiVolume 33
Costume Encyclopedia Volume 2: Intimate Apparel by Hikaru HayashiVolume 34
Costume Encyclopedia Volume 3: Sexy Sports Wear by Hikaru HayashiVolume 35
Animals by Hikaru HayashiVolume 36
Maromedia FLASH Techniques: Illustrating Bishoujo Characters by Aki ItoVolume 37
Ninja and Samurai Portrayal by Team EsakaVolume 38
Creating Stories by Junichi SugamotoVolume 39
Dressing Your Characters in Suits and Sailor Suits by The Society for the Study of Manga TechniquesVolume 40
Costume Encyclopedia Volume 4: Kimono and Gowns by Hikaru HayashiVolume 41
How to Draw Manga, Volume 42: Drawing Yaoi by Ai KozakiVolume 42
Sketching Manga Style Volume 1: Sketching as Composition Planning by Hikaru HayashiSketching Manga-Style 1
Sketching Manga Style Volume 2: Logical Proportions by Hikaru HayashiSketching Manga Style 2
Sketching Manga-Style Volume 3: Unforgettable Characteristics by Graphic-sha Publishing Co. Ltd.Sketching Manga-Style 3
Sketching Manga-Style Volume 4: All About Perspective by Graphic-sha Publishing Co. Ltd.Sketching Manga-Style 4
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 1: Drawing Made Easy by Go OfficeUltimate Manga Lessons 1
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 2: The Basics Of Characters And Materials by Go OfficeUltimate Manga Lessons 2
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 3: Drawing Sensational Characters by Hikaru HayashiUltimate Manga Lessons 3
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 4 by Graphic-Sha PublishingUltimate Manga Lessons 4
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 5: A Touch of Dynamism by Go OfficeUltimate Manga Lessons 5
Ultimate Manga Lessons Volume 6: Striking The Right Note by Go OfficeUltimate Manga Lessons 6

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Recommendations

  1. How to Draw Anime & Game Characters, Vol. 1: Basics for Beginners and Beyond by Tadashi Ozawa (2000)
  2. More How To Draw Manga Volume 1: The Basics Of Character Drawing (Manga Technique) by Go Office (2004)
  3. More How To Draw Manga Volume 3: Enhancing A Character's Sense Of Presence by Go Office (2004)
  4. Manga Mania: How to Draw Japanese Comics by Christopher Hart (2001)
  5. More How To Draw Manga Volume 2: Penning Characters by Go Office (2004)
  6. The Art of Comic-Book Inking by Gary Martin (1997)
  7. How to Draw Animals by Jack Hamm (1969)
  8. The Art of Drawing Manga by Ben Krefta (2003)
  9. Anime Mania: How to Draw Characters for Japanese Animation by Christopher Hart (2002)
  10. Human Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy by Christopher Hart (2000)
  11. Dynamic Wrinkles and Drapery: Solutions for Drawing the Clothed Figure by Burne Hogarth (1992)
  12. How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way by Stan Lee (1978)
  13. Don Bluth's Art Of Animation Drawing by Don Bluth (2005)
  14. Drawing and Painting Fantasy Figures: From the Imagination to the Page by Finlay Cowan (2003)
  15. Draw Your Own Manga: All the Basics by Haruno Nagatomo (2003)

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There's a good reference list at Wikipedia: How to Draw Manga

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