Furiten-kun

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Furiten-kun
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フリテンくん
Manga
Written by Masashi Ueda
Published by Takeshobo
Demographic Salaryman
Magazine Kindai Mahjong
Kindai Mahjong Original
Gamble Punch
Original run 19801984
Anime film
Directed by Takashi Sugiyama
Studio Toho
Released April 11, 1981
Manga
Published by Takeshobo
Demographic Salaryman
Magazine Manga Life
Original run November 19841994
Manga
Written by Masashi Ueda
Published by Takeshobo
Demographic Salaryman
Magazine Manga Life
Original run January 2001February 2002
Manga
Shin Furiten-kun
Written by Masashi Ueda
Published by Takeshobo
Demographic Salaryman
Magazine Manga Life
Original run March 2002 – ongoing
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Furiten-kun (フリテンくん?) is a yonkoma manga series by Masashi Ueda which has been serialized in several magazine. In the early 1980s, the manga was published simultaneously in Takeshobo's Kindai Mahjong, Kindai Mahjong Original, and Gamble Punch.[1] It was then published in Manga Life magazine from November 1984 (in the first issue of the magazine) to 1994. The series was started again in January 2001 and is currently running in Manga Life. The title of the series was changed to Shin Furiten-kun (新フリテンくん?) in March 2002. The manga was adapted into a theatrical film and an OVA in the early 1980s.[2][3]

Several pachinko systems have been released which feature Furiten-kun as the theme.[4][5] It won the 28th Bungeishunjū Manga Award along with Ueda's Kariage-kun in 1982.[6]

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  1. ^ 解説・あらすじ - フリテンくん(1981) (in Japanese). goo 映画. Retrieved December 20, 2007. 
  2. ^ "フリテンくん映画化決定!!どこまで冴えるか、フリテンくんのおとぼけ刃!?". Animage 32: 48. February 1981. 
  3. ^ フリテンくん(1981) (in Japanese). goo 映画. Retrieved December 20, 2007. 
  4. ^ フリテンくん (in Japanese). Takeya. Retrieved December 20, 2007. 
  5. ^ CRフリテンくんTKS2 (in Japanese). P-World. Retrieved December 20, 2007. 
  6. ^ 文藝春秋漫画賞 (in Japanese). Comic Lab. Archived from the original on October 19, 2009. Retrieved June 9, 2013. 
  7. ^ a b キャスト・スタッフ - フリテンくん(1981) (in Japanese). goo 映画. Retrieved December 20, 2007.