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Creadores de Anime

Mensaje por Slayer el Sáb Sep 01, 2007 1:44 pm

Un pequeño espacio para compartir:
Bibliography ,Filmography, Game"ology" y otros, de algunos de los creadores favoritos de Anime y manga.
La informacion que tengan sobre ellos, sera bienvenida en este post, asi todos podremos saber un poco mas de los creadores de nuestras series favoritas.



Wolf's Rain: keiko Nobumoto (Nobumoto Keiko, born in Hokkaidō on March 19, 1964), is a Japanese screenplay writer, who is well known as the creator of Wolf's Rain and is also responsible for the screenplay for the internationally known Cowboy Bebop.

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Dragon Ball (Doragon Bōru) is a Japanese manga created by Akira Toriyama in 1984. It involves a young martial artist named Son Goku as he searches for the Dragon Balls, and becomes stronger along the way.
Dragon Ball was originally serialized in the weekly anthology magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from 1984 to 1995, and originally collected into 42 individual books called tankōbon. In 2004, the manga was re-released in a 34 volume collection called Kanzenban, which included a slightly rewritten ending, new covers, and color artwork from its Weekly Shōnen Jump run. In the U.S., Viz has released all 42 volumes (nearly matching the first Japanese set) in English language. Viz titles the second part of the manga Dragon Ball Z to reduce confusion for North American audiences. The series is published in the United Kingdom by Gollancz Manga.

Ranma 1/2: Rumiko Takahashi (Takahashi Rumiko, born in
Niigata, Japan ,October 10, 1957) is a Japanese manga artist.
Takahashi is one of the wealthiest women in Japan. The manga she creates (and its anime adaptations) are very popular in the United States and Europe where they have been released as both manga and anime in English translation. Her works are relatively famous worldwide, and many of her series were some of the forerunners of early English language manga to be released in the 1990s. Takahashi is also the best selling female comics artist in history; well over 100 million copies of her various works have been sold. She has twice won the Shogakukan Manga Award, in 1981 for Urusei Yatsura and in 2002 for InuYasha.


Fullmetal Alchemist (Hagane no Renkinjutsushi, lit. "Alchemist of Steel"), commonly abbreviated as FMA or Hagaren, is a manga series created by Hiromu Arakawa (May 8, 1973 ) is a female Japanese mangaka from Hokkaidō. Her real name is Hiromi Arakawa ( Arakawa Hiromi). Her renowned manga, Fullmetal Alchemist, became a big hit, and was later adapted into a television anime.
Her self-portrait is usually that of a bespectacled cow, as she was born and raised in a dairy farm with five sisters.
Arakawa started out as Etō Hiroyuki's assistant writer for Mahōjin Guru Guru and a friend of Shakugan no Shana author Yashichiro Takahashi.
Arakawa's career started with a work titled STRAY DOG, but she is best known for creating the Fullmetal Alchemist world and manga. During the making of the anime she was present in meetings to give the BONES staff insight in the world of Fullmetal Alchemist, though she didn't actively take part in any writing for the TV series.

Digimon ( dejimon, short for dejitaru monsutā, "Digital Monster") is a popular Japanese series of media and merchandise, including anime, manga, toys, video games, trading card games and other media. Digimon are monsters of various forms living in a "Digital World," a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various. Akiyoshi Hongo ( Hongō Akiyoshi) is credited on all relevant media as the creator of the original concept and character designs for the anime and video game franchise, Digimon. However, nothing is known about Hongo as an individual, which has led to some speculation by fans that the name may be a pseudonym for another person, or even group of people - one of which may quite possibly be Bandai's chief Tamagotchi officer, Takeichi Hongo.
His name is sometimes spelled as Akiyoshi Kongo, but this may be a typo.

Loveless is a shōnen-ai fantasy manga by Yun Kouga. It is currently serialized in the monthly magazine Monthly Comic Zero Sum published by Ichijinsha. Seven compilation volumes have been released. The manga is licensed for US release by Tokyopop, with six volumes released as of August 2007. A 12 episode anime television series adaptation was made by J.C.Staff, broadcast in a post-midnight slot on TV Asahi and ABC from April 2005 to June 2005. The anime series was licensed and released in the US by Media Blasters in a set of 3 DVDs in early 2006.
The most immediately striking aspect of the story is that many characters are kemonomimi, but rather than the conventional catgirls, the protagonists are catboys. Those who no longer have the animal features are differentiated by society as "adults," illustrating an underlying theme about the role of sexuality in a societal context.Yun Kōga ( Kōga Yun, real name: Risa Yamada Yamada Risa, née Kimura) is a Japanese mangaka, born on July 9, 1965 in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Her blood type is B, and she is married to fellow mangaka Tatsuneko. She is a graduate of Mita Senior High School, Tokyo. She currently lives in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
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Re: Creadores de Anime

Mensaje por Sephiroth el Sáb Sep 01, 2007 2:16 pm

Gō Nagai (永井 豪; Nagai Gō), es un guionista y dibujante japonés de manga nacido el 6 de septiembre de 1945 y gran innovador del género.
A los 20 años, tras una grave enfermedad, creó Kuro no Shishi ( El león negro).
En su serie Harenchi Gakuen (La escuela indecente, 1968-1972, revista Shōnen Jump)
Nagai utilizó erotismo en historietas infantiles por vez primera en
Japón arremetiendo contra tabúes y alcanzando gran polémica. La
violencia y humor grosero también fueron reprobados por muchos rincones
de la sociedad japonesa. La serie concluyó dramáticamente: todos los
personajes mueren durante una masacre.
En 1970, Go Nagai estableció Dynamic Productions, una compañía para fundar sus proyectos de manga y anime. Los primeros títulos de esta nueva empresa fueron Getter Robo y Abashiri Ikka ('La familia Abashiri').
Tras Harenchi Gakuen Nagai creó la serie de Mazinger Z (Majinga Z), que después continuaría con las secuelas Great Mazinger y Mazinkaiser,
en las que desarrolló el concepto de robot (mecha) gigante con
capacidad de transformación. Esta idea resultó sorprendentemente
productiva en muchos programas de televisión posteriores.
Al tiempo que Mazinger, creó una de sus series más populares, Debiruman ( Devilman u Hombre diablo), sobre un héroe que combate contra impresionantes hordas de demonios. Debiruman aún es una serie de culto en Japón.
Nagai ha trabajado con Shōtarō Ishimonori y Ken Ishikawa. Actualmente está produciendo más manga que nunca. Muchas de sus series manga tienen versiones anime.
Debido a la introducción de erotismo en los mangas que antigüamente
eran considerados infantiles, Nagai es el creador de una de las mejores
franquicias dentro del mercado del manga y el anime: el género conocido
como hentai o manga pornográfico, ya que luego de publicar obras como Harenchi Gakuen, Cutey Honey y Kekko Kamen
(en esta últimas dos incluía temas como humillación sexual, violencia,
desnudos por doquier, personajes ambiguos, etc...) muchos autores de
esa generación (mediados de los '60 y los '70) siguieron con esta línea
de incluir erotismo en sus mangas, cada vez más explícito, hasta llegar
a la actualidad. Ejemplo puede ser el propio Masakazu Katsura, que en entrevistas confiesa que eligió el Shonen Jump
para mostrar sus obras ya que lo consideraba un exponente de erotismo.
Nagai se ha superado mucho en el aspecto del contenido erótico en sus
mangas, llegando a dibujar escenas de sexo oral y escenas de sexo en
general como en Hanappe Bazooka y Kamasutra. Cabe aclarar que el autor siempre se ha "autocensurado" en las partes genitales de personajes femeninos como masculinos.
Para ver un listado actualizado de los artículos relacionados con este autor consulte Category:Gō Nagai.

Títulos creado por Go Nagai:


Abashiri Ikka
Allah-kun
Battle Hawk
Black Lion
Cutey Honey
( Delinquent in Drag, Sukeban Boy)Demon Lord Dante
Devilman
Devilman Lady
Dororon Enma-kun
Getter Robo
Getter Robo G
Gloizer X
Hanappe BazookaIron Virgin Jun
Jushin Liger
Kama Sutra anime Kekko Kamen
Kotetsu Jeeg
Majokko Tickle
Machine Saurer
Mazinger Z
Great Mazinger
Mazinkaiser
Pro-Wres No Hoshi Astekaizer
Shuten DojiUFO Robo GrendizeViolence JackX Bomber (AKA: Star Fleet)

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Go Nagai a parte de producir sus propios proyectos, ha participado
en algunas peliculas en calidad de actor, cabe destacar su
participación en la comedia de 1989 The Toxic Avenger PartII (el Vengador Tóxico II) donde hacia un pequeño papel interpretando a un experto en Tsukudani. cabe destacar también su colaboración en el film Metropolis de Osamu Tezuka
donde presta su voz en un cameo. También ha participado con cameos en
un par de peliculas japonesas de consumo interno japonés, en Kekkô
Kamen (2004) y en Kyûtî Hanî (2004) esta ultima una adaptación de Cutey
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