Name: Ho Kai-chung Age: 21 Top tunes: Eason Chan's hits Naruto, a Japanese comic. Its illustrations and content are great. I haven't read local comics for a long time as I think the stories in Japanese comics are more interesting. I have a collection of Japanese comics at home. To me, a good storyline is the most important element in a comic. Name: BB Son Chan Kei-tsz Age: 17 Top tunes: Yan Ng's Little One Hunter x Hunter. Its story, about a boy who is learning to be a hunter, is engaging. When I read a comic, I first look at the storyline. Then I will see if the illustrations are good or not. I usually read Japanese comics and seldom buy American or European ones. As for local comics, the characters usually look the same and the stories are often quite violent. Name: Sean Wu Yat-hang Age: 17 Top tunes: Jay Chou's Qi Li Xiang I don't have one. I liked reading Master Q as a kid, but I seldom read comics now. I'm more into car magazines. I'm not interested in comics as the stories are not very exciting. Although there are comics about cars, I don't particularly like them. Take, for example, Initial D. Its storyline is fairly interesting, but the illustrations are not good. I don't like the style. Name: Carman Wong Nga-man Age: 18 Top tunes: Chinese and English pop songs I like Crayon Shin-chan. It's light and funny. I have the entire series. It's the only comic I read; I have no interest in others. I don't read American comics such as Spider-man - I can't understand what they're about - and local comics are too violent. Name: Chiang Ho-kin Age: 23 Top tunes: Alan Tam and Hacken Lee's old songs I haven't read any comics for a while. I used to read Captain Tsubasa and Dragonball because the stories are exciting. To me, the storyline of a comic is more important than the illustrations. In addition to Japanese comics, I used to read comics from Taiwan, which have a similar style to the Japanese ones.