Wong at the Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong in 2010
1950 (age 63–64)
|Nationality||Chinese (Hong Kong)|
|Area(s)||Writer, Artist, Publisher|
Weapons of the Gods
Wong Jan-lung (born 1950), better known by his pseudonym Wong Yuk-long or Tony Wong, is a Hong Kong manhua artist, publisher and actor, who wrote and created Little Rascals (later re-titled Oriental Heroes) and Weapons of the Gods. He also wrote adaptations of Louis Cha's novels, such as The Return of the Condor Heroes (retitled as Legendary Couples), Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils, and Ode to Gallantry. For his contribution and influencing a generation of artists in the local industry, he is regarded as the "Godfather of Hong Kong comics" or "Hong Kong's King of Comics".
He provided the art for Batman: Hong Kong, which was written by Doug Moench. He has also acted in some films occasionally, including making a cameo appearance in Dragon Tiger Gate (a film adapted from Oriental Heroes).
- Oriental Heroes (龍虎門; "Dragon-Tiger-Gate"), originally titled Little Rascals (小流氓).
- Weapons of the Gods (神兵玄奇; "Mysterious Weapons of the Gods") or Senjata Misteri.
- Mega Dragon and Tiger (龍虎５世; "Dragon and Tiger V")
- Legend of Emperors (天子傳奇; "Emperor Legend"), featuring fictionalised stories of various Chinese kings and emperors.
- Legendary Couples (神鵰俠侶; "Companion of the Condor Hero"), based on Louis Cha's novel The Return of the Condor Heroes.
- Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (天龍八部), based on Louis Cha's novel of the same title.
- Buddha's Palm (如來神掌)
- Drunken Master (醉拳; "Drunken Fist")
- Jackie Chan's Fantasia (奇幻龙宝)
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