Miki Hayasaka

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Miki Hayasaka (早坂未紀 Hayasaka Miki?) is an illustrator and manga artist born on 1955-09-05 in Toyama Prefecture, Japan.[1] After graduating from high school in 1973, he moved to Tokyo and began attending classes at Chiyoda Designer Academy, though he left before completing his degree.[1] During the mid-1970s, he worked as a background artist for Shinji Wada, helping with works such as Sukeban Deka.[1] He joined the dōjinshi circle Trouble Maker (トラブルメーカー Toraburu Mēkā?) in 1975, and worked as an assistant to Motoka Murakami during the mid- to late 1970s.[1]

In August 1980, Hayasaka released his dōjinshi Fritha.[2] In April of the following year, he was put in charge of the "My Anime Jockey" section of the first issue of My Anime, and in January 1982, he made his professional manga debut with Hara Hara Fairy in the magazine Ryū.[1] Hayasaka is most well known for being a major artist in the lolicon manga boom in the late 1970s and 1980s.[3] He has had stories published in lolicon magazines such as Manga Burikko, Alice Club, and Fusion Product, as well as the long-running Petit Apple Pie manga anthology.[4][5][6][7]

His Maiko! series has been called a "hard bishōjo Sazae-san".[8] His last work, Maiko! Final Run, was published in November 1989. He has since become a salaryman, and no longer publishes in the manga industry.[1][3]

Works[edit]

  • Fritha (フリス Furisu?)
  • Hara Hara Fairy (はらはらフェアリー Hara Hara Fearī?)
  • Lady's Ann (レディス・アン Redisu An?) (November 1983, Tokuma Shoten)
  • Maiko! (麻衣子!?) (1984, ISBN 4-88570-465-0, Tokyo Sanseisha)
  • Maiko! 2 (麻衣子!2?) (October 1985, ISBN 4-88570-488-X, Tokyo Sanseisha)
  • Maiko! 3 (麻衣子!3?) (June 1986, ISBN 4-88570-504-5, Tokyo Sanseisha)
  • Maiko! Final Run (麻衣子!ファイナルラン Maiko! Fainaru Ran?) (November 1989, ISBN 4-88570-576-2, Tokyo Sanseisha)
  • Maiko! Mix (麻衣子MIX?) (Tokyo Sanseisha)
  • Selphin: The Searcher for the Runaway Cat (セルフィン 家出した猫の探し方 Serufin  Iedashita Neko no Sagashikata?) (1987-01-10, ISBN 4-88570-518-5, Tokyo Sanseisha)

Anthologies[edit]

Hayasaka's work has appeared in the following anthologies.

  • Bishōjo Manga Best Anthology (美少女まんがベスト集成 Bishōjo Manga Besuto Shūsei?) (1982-11-10, ISBN, )
  • Shōnen Shōjo SF Manga Competition Complete Collection (少年少女SFマンガ競作大全集 Shōnen Shōjo Esuefu Kyōsaku Daizenshū?) (multiple issues, Tokyo Sanseisha)

Sources:[9][10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f (Japanese) "早坂未紀さんについて". 早坂未紀の世界. Archived from the original on 2007-05-25. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  2. ^ (Japanese) "1980年代の資料". 早坂未紀の世界. Archived from the original on 2007-06-26. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  3. ^ a b (Japanese) 御園 歩 (2006-03-26). "早坂未紀". Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  4. ^ (Japanese) "漫画ブリッコ". Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  5. ^ (Japanese) "プチアップル・パイ". 漫画ブリッコの世界. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  6. ^ (Japanese) "アリスくらぶ". 漫画ブリッコの世界. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  7. ^ (Japanese) "漫画雑誌エッチ系漫画雑誌漫画ブリッコ". Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  8. ^ (Japanese) 追跡おじさん. "漫画家部門 恐怖の追跡 〜あの人たちは今?〜". Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  9. ^ (Japanese) "少年少女SFマンガ競作大全集全作品リスト". 単行本未収録漫画のページ. 2002-03-04. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  10. ^ (Japanese) "早坂未紀 作品データ". 1998-09-02. 

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