Manga is a popular Japanese-style comic form that consists of black-and-white stroke lines. Compared with images of real-world scenarios, the simpler textures and fewer color gradients of mangas are the extra natures that can be vectorized. In this paper, we propose Mang2Vec, the first approach for vectorizing raster mangas using Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL). Unlike existing learning-based works of image vectorization, we present a new view that considers an entire manga as a collection of basic primitives "stroke line", and the sequence of strokes lines can be deep decomposed for further vectorization. We train a designed DRL agent to produce the most suitable sequence of stroke lines, which is constrained to follow the visual feature of the target manga. Next, the control parameters of strokes are collected to translated to vector format. To improve our performances on visual quality and storage size, we further propose an SA reward to generate accurate stokes, and a pruning mechanism to avoid producing error and redundant strokes. Quantitative and qualitative experiments demonstrate that our Mang2Vec can produce impressive results and reaches the state-of-the-art level.