Kazuhiko Shimamoto (島本和彦 Shimamoto Kazuhiko?, born April 26, 1961 in Ikeda-cho (now Obihiro, Hokkaidō, Japan) is a Japanese mangaka. He attended college at the Osaka University of Arts in the fine arts department. While in college in 1982, he debuted in the February special issue of Shonen Sunday with Hissatsu no Denkousei. At this point he dropped out of college and devoted his energies to becoming a mangaka.
Shimamoto is responsible for several long-running and well-known manga series. He drew Blazing Transfer Student, as well as the Moeyo Pen saga, which began as a 1 volume comic, but was continued in two more series totaling 24 volumes. He also worked with Shotaro Ishinomori on a Skull Man manga based on Ishinomori's originally intended storyline, which was licensed in the US by tokyopop. His baseball manga Gyakkyou Nine was adapted into a live-action Japanese film.
- Blazing Transfer Student (炎の転校生?)
- Kaze no Senshi Dan (風の戦士ダン?) (written by Tetsu Kariya)
- Nine in Adversity (逆境ナイン Nine in Adversity Gyakkō Nain?)
- Mubou Captain (無謀キャプテン?)
- Otoko no Ichimai Red Card (男の一枚 レッド・カード?)
- Gekitou (ゲキトウ?)
- Moeru V (燃えるV?)
- Insider Ken (インサイダーケン?)
- Wonder Bit (ワンダービット?)
- Chousensha (挑戦者?)
- Onsen Man (オンセンマン?)
- Brazil Kara no Tegami (ブラジルからの手紙?)
- Totsugeki Wolf (とつげきウルフ?)
- Battle Thunder (バトルサンダー?)
- Moeyo Pen (燃えよペン?)
- Hoero Pen (吼えろペン?)
- Shin Hoero Pen (新・吼えろペン?)
- Shinseiden Megashiddo (神聖伝メガシード?)
- Kamen Rider ZO (仮面ライダーZO?)
- Kamen Rider Black PART X Imitation 7 (仮面ライダーBlack PART X イミテーション7?)
- Moeru!! Joshi Pro-Wrestling (燃える!! 女子プロレス?)
- The Shimamoto (ザ・島本?)
- Dainetsugen (大熱言?)
- Despai (デスパイ?)
- Mega Mega Miina (メガMEGAみーな?)
- Hoono no Ninja Man (炎のニンジャマン?)
- Hoono no Nobunaga Sengoku Gaiden (炎の信長・戦国外伝?)
- Kamen Boxer (仮面ボクサー?)
- Nagareboshi no Jackel (流れ星のジャッカル?)
- Hoono no Fudekon (炎の筆魂?)
- Hoono no Fudekon Nino Kobushi (炎の筆魂 弐之拳?)
- Insider Ken (インサイダーケン?)
- Skull Man (スカルマン?) (based on the original Shotaro Ishinomori manga)
- Manga Nihon no Keizai (マンガ日本の経済?) (collaboration with Shotaro Ishinomori)
- Anime Tenchou (アニメ店長?)
- Takyuu Shachou (卓球社長?)
- Moero!! King of Heart Kidou Butou Den G Gundam (燃える!! キング・オブ・ハート 機動武闘伝Gガンダム?)
- Battlefield (Battleフィールド?)
- Samurai Spirits (サムライスピリッツ?)
- Samurai Spirits 4 Koma Daikoushin (サムライスピリッツ4コマ大行進?)
- Aoi Honō (アオイホノオ?)
- BS Anime Yobanashi (BSアニメ夜話?) (Title Design)
- Ashita no Joe no Houteishiki (あしたのジョーの方程式?) (Go Sasakibara)
- Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム?)
- Sangokushi Taisen (三国志大戦?)
- Rival Schools (ジャスティス学園?) (Hayato Neketsu)
- Live A Live (ライブ・ア・ライブ?) (Near Future setting design)
- Honoo no Takuhaipin (炎の宅配便?) (character design and scenario supervision)
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- He is a fan of the Japanese baseball team Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters.
- He maintains a doujinshi group, "Big Bang Project".
- He appears in Rumiko Takahashi's short story Kemo Kobiru no Nikki, which parodies his "burning" passion as a manga artist.
- Served at an assistant to Mitsuru Adachi.
- "Kemo Kobiru no Nikki". Tomobiki-cho. November 2, 2007.
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