Shōji Satō (artist)
|Highschool of the Dead|
Shōji Satō (佐藤 ショウジ Satō Shōji?) is a Japanese manga artist who does hentai and non-hentai artwork. He has also published various dōjinshi under the pen name Inazuma and runs a hentai genre manga artist group called Digital Accel Works. He is responsible for the character design and illustration for the Highschool of the Dead manga. He is the former assistant of manga artist Koushi Rikudou, the creator of the popular manga series Excel Saga.
- Futari Bocchi Densetsu (ふたりぼっち伝説?) (2004 Shōnen Gahōsha)
- Gakuen Mokushiroku (学園黙示録 HIGHSCHOOL OF THE DEAD?, Highschool of the Dead) (2007— Fujimi Shobo), illustrator
- Triage X (トリアージX?) (2009 Fujimi Shobo)
- FIRE FIRE FIRE (2009 Shueisha)
- "DAW: Digital Accel Works". Retrieved 2012-07-08.
- Douglas, Miguel (2012-01-26). "High School of the Dead Review". isugoi.com.
besides the obvious outlandish female character designs—which one should note that High school of the Dead was main illustrator Shojo Sato’s first non-hentai title, which certainly doesn’t alleviate his influence from within that genre from being viewed here as well—the characters are also given discrete appearances.
- "High School of the Dead - Blu-ray". Otakunews.com. 2011-08-11.
- "Works" (in Japanese). Shōji Satō. Retrieved 2010-08-05.
- "富士見書房|録 HIGHSCHOOL OF THE DEAD" (in Japanese). Fujimi Shobo. Retrieved 2009-05-19.
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