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Hitoshi Ashinano (芦奈野ひとし Ashinano Hitoshi?, born April 25, 1963) is a Japanese manga artist. He is most noted for Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō, for which he won Afternoon magazine's Four Seasons Award for debut works[citation needed] and the 2007 Seiun Award for Best Science Fiction Manga.[1] Another notable work is PositioN. He has also been known to create dōjinshi under the name "suke".[citation needed] Prior to his debut, Ashinano worked as an assistant to manga artist Kōsuke Fujishima.[2]

His work also usually has a rather laid-back, nostalgic feel with undertones of mystery; there are frequent stretches with little or no dialogue.[citation needed] Many of his works are also notable for their strong, independent female protagonists.

Works

  • Isaki of the Cub (カブのイサキ Kabu no Isaki?) (2007-Ongoing, Afternoon)
  • Kumabachi no koto (February 2007, Afternoon)
  • Misaki (July 2006, Afternoon)
  • PositioN (1999, Afternoon Season Zōkan and Bessatsu Morning[3])
  • Trbo Type S (2006, tribute manga for E no Moto)
  • Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō (1994-2006, Afternoon)
  • Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō Remake (2009-ongoing, Afternoon)[4]

References

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