Garon Tsuchiya

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Garon Tsuchiya
Born 1947
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Other names Marley Carib, Marginal, Yuuhou Hijikata
Occupation Manga writer

Garon Tsuchiya (土屋 ガロン Tsuchiya Garon?, born 1947 in Tokyo), also known as Marley Carib (狩撫 麻礼 Karibu Marei?) and Marginal (in Astral Project[1]), is a Japanese manga writer.

In 1986 he completed his first major works in collaboration with Akyo Makata in Ahomansu and Meisouou Boodaa. Afterwards, Tsuchiya collaborated with draftsman Kaiji Kawaguchi (Zipang, Spirit of The Sun) for the title, Tokishozo Disturbs and Losses. In 1992-1993 he collaborated with Jiro Taniguchi for the manga Blue Fighter (青の戦士 Ao no Senshi?), Knuckle Wars (ナックル・ウォーズ Nakkuru?) and Live! Odyssey (LIVE! オデッセイ?).[citation needed]

He also collaborated with Takashi Imashiro for the manga Takopon. He has collaborated with manga artist Nobuaki Minegishi for the manga Old Boy which the 2003 film, Oldboy directed by Park Chan-Wook, is based on.

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  1. ^ Aoki, Deb. (January 29, 2009). "2008 Best New Seinen Manga Readers' Poll Winner: Gantz". About.com. Retrieved 31 January 2010. 
  2. ^ "Jo Odagiri Stars in Manga-Based Reverse Edge Live-Action Series". Anime News Network. 2014-01-01. Retrieved 2014-01-30. 

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