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  • Tokiwasou Story
  • Akatsuka Fujio (bio)
    Translated by Matthew Young (bio)

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Akatsuka Fujio

Akatsuka Fujio (1935-2008) was a pioneer of gag manga. He began his career as a shōjo manga artist, but in 1958, the success of Namachan would lead him to specialize in comic manga. He won the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1964 for Osomatsu-kun and the Bungeishunjû Manga Award in 1971 for Tensai Bakabon. He established his own company, Fujio Productions Ltd., in 1965.

Matthew Young

Matthew Young is an MA student in East Asian studies at McGill University.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2152-6648
Print ISSN
1934-2489
Pages
pp. 137-152
Launched on MUSE
2013-12-29
Open Access
No
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