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Hiroshi Gamō (ガモウひろし?) is a mangaka known for his works at the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump. His most famous work is the gag manga series Tottemo! Luckyman. However, there is suspicion by many that he is also the author of the series Death Note (alongside artist Takeshi Obata), using the pen-name Tsugumi Ohba due to various clues and hints made through his work. Such as in Bakuman (another manga by Takeshi Obata and Tsugumi Ohba) where the main character's uncle was a one hit wonder mangaka who worked on a gag super hero manga.
- Tottemo! Luckyman
- Boku wa Shonen Tantei Dan♪♪
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