DISGRACED comics king Mr Tony Wong Chun-loong, freed from Stanley Prison yesterday, plans to rebuild his empire with ideas generated in jail. Mr Wong, 43, served 18 months of a 21/2-year sentence for conspiracy to defraud Jademan (Holdings) - the newspaper and publishing group he founded 20 years ago. The group had grown into a multi-million-dollar business before financial troubles forced him to step down as chairman in 1989. Mr Wong was met by his family, friends and the press upon his release yesterday. He said he had ''a hundred mixed feelings'' about prison life but was very happy to be discharged. ''My health is very good, very fit. I did not lose or gain any weight but my paunch is gone,'' he said. He would either rejoin Jademan or set up a new business. He said he had got ''a lot of plans and creative ideas'' while in prison. The Correctional Services Department gave special permission for a car to enter the restricted area of the prison to pick up Mr Wong. He switched to another vehicle at Tai Tam and was driven to Tseung Kwan O in Kowloon in an effort to lose the media cars that had been following. He then returned to his home in Chai Wan. Jademan's leisure publications assistant general manager, Mr Leung Kin-cheung, said the company welcomed competition from Mr Wong in the comics book market, which has a readership of about one million.