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Akinobu Uraka
有楽 彰展
Born (1977-09-22) September 22, 1977 (age 44)
Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Mangaka
Nationality Japanese
Period 1997 to present
Genres fiction
Subjects shōnen manga

Akinobu Uraka (有楽 彰展 Uraka Akinobu?, born September 22, 1977 in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist most well known for creating Tokyo Underground. Uraka won one of two grand prizes (the other winner being Diachiken Ise) at the 4th Enix 21st Century Manga Awards in 1997 for his work Yojō Mahō Shoriban.[1][2] This story was later published in the February 1997 issue of Monthly G Fantasy.

In 2002, Tokyo Underground was adapted into an anime TV series aired on TV Tokyo. Uraka made a cameo appearance as a student in the first episode of that series.

Works

  • Yojō Mahō Shoriban (余剰魔法処理班?) (1997, Monthly G Fantasy)
  • Tokyo Underground (14 volumes, January 1998 - March 2005, Monthly Shōnen Gangan)
  • Onikiri-sama no Hakoiri Musume (irregularly since July 2006 issue of Monthly Shōnen Gangan)

References

  1. "エニックス21世紀マンガ大賞 受賞者一覧" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-10-01. 
  2. "スクウェア・エニックスマンガ大賞考察(1)" (in Japanese). 2007-02-02. Retrieved 2008-10-01. 

External links

ca:Akinobu Uraka

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