Shirow Miwa

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Shirow Miwa
三輪士郎
Born (1978-11-09) November 9, 1978 (age 35)
Toyama, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Area(s) Character design, Writer, Manga artist
Pseudonym(s) Ikura Moto
Notable works
Dogs

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Shirow Miwa (三輪士郎 Miwa Shirō?, born November 9, 1978) is a Japanese manga artist and illustrator. He is best known as the writer and artist for the Dogs manga series, but has also contributed illustrations to various tribute books, and magazines, including Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan. Miwa sometimes publishes under the circle name of m.m.m. + Gee. He is also official member of Doujin Band Supercell as Illustrator and Designer.He drew the art for 7th Dragon 2020.

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Shirow's debut manga, Black Mind, a short series created in collaboration with Darai Kusanagi, was serialized in Ultra Jump in 1999,[1] and was followed by his first solo series, Dogs, which was serialized from 2000 to 2001.[2][3] The sequel, Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, began serialization in 2005.[4] In August 2008, the Dogs prequel and sequel were announced to have been licensed by Viz Media; Dogs was subsequently released in April 2009 as Dogs, Volume 0: Prelude using the Bullets & Carnage logo.[5] In 2009, Dogs was adapted into a 4 episode OVA series by david production.

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