- In this Japanese name, the family name is Kojima.
Goseki Kojima (小島 剛夕 Kojima Gōseki?, November 3, 1928 - January 5, 2000) was a Japanese manga artist.
Kojima was born on the same day as Osamu Tezuka. After getting out of junior high school, Kojima painted advertising posters for movie theaters as his source of income.
In 1950, he moved to Tokyo. The post-World War II environment lead to forms of manga meant for impoverished audiences. Kojima created art for kamishibai or "paper play" narrators. Kojima then started to create works for the kashi-bon market.
In 1967, Kojima created Dojinki, his first manga for a magazine. In 1970, he collaborated with writer Kazuo Koike to create Kozure Okami (Lone Wolf and Cub), their most famous work. Koike and Kojima were dubbed "the Golden Duo".
Kojima died on January 5, 2000 at the age of 71.
Comics work includes:
- Kozure Okami (Lone Wolf and Cub), with writer Kazuo Koike, 1970-1976
- Kubikiri Asa (Samurai Executioner), with writer Kazuo Koike, 1972-1976
- Hanzo no Mon (Path of the Assassin), with writer Kazuo Koike, 1978-1984
- 2004 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, Comic Book Awards Almanac
- Goseki Kojima at the Internet Movie Database
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