Shin Kibayashi

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Shin Kibayashi
Born (1962-07-22) July 22, 1962 (age 52)
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation manga storywriter, novelist and screenwriter

Shin Kibayashi (樹林 伸 Kibayashi Shin?, born July 22, 1962 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese manga storywriter, novelist and screenwriter.Under the name Yuma Ando, he received the 2003 Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen for writing Kunimitsu no Matsuri.[1]The penname "Tadashi Agi" (亜樹 直) is shared with his sister. He graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Musashi Senior High School and Waseda University School of Economics & Political Science.

Pennames[edit]

Besides the main pen-name of "Tadashi Agi", Shin Kibayashi also goes by other pennames:

  • Seimaru Amagi (天樹征丸 Amagi Seimaru)
  • Yuya Aoki (青樹佑夜 Aoki Yūya)
  • Yuma Ando (安童夕馬 Ando Yūma)
  • Jouji Arimori (有森丈時 Arimori Jōji)
  • Hiroaki Igano (伊賀大晃 Igano Hiroaki)
  • Ryō Ryūmon (龍門諒 Ryūmon Ryō)
  • S.K

Works[edit]

As Seimaru Amagi[edit]

As Yuma Ando[edit]

  • Tokyo Eighties (東京エイティーズ) (Shogakukan)
  • Saikometorā Eiji (サイコメトラーEIJI?, Psychometrer Eiji) (1996–2000 Kodansha)
  • Kunimitsu no Matsuri (クニミツの政?) (2001–2005 Kodansha)
  • Shibatora (シバトラ?) (2006–2009 Kodansha)
  • Psychometrer (サイコメトラー) (2011-ongoing, Kodansha)
  • Sherlock Bones (探偵犬シャードック) (2011-2013, Kodansha)
  • Shinjuku DxD (新宿D×D) (2014-, Kodansha)

As Yuya Aoki[edit]

As Jōji Arimori[edit]

  • Sunō Dorufin (スノードルフィン?, Snow Dolphin)
  • Asobotto Senki Gokū (アソボット戦記五九?, Asobot Military History Goku) (2001–2002 Kodansha)

As Ryō Ryūmon[edit]

  • Bloody Monday (ブラッディ・マンデイ?) (2007–2009 Kodansha)

As Hiroaki Igano[edit]

As Tadashi Agi[edit]

  • Gakkou no kowai uwasa
  • Kami no Shizuku
  • Psycho Doctor
  • Psycho Doctor Kai Kyousuke

Other Media[edit]

On January 14, 2015, it was announced through Nintendo that Kibayashi is writing the story for upcoming fourteenth Fire Emblem game, entitled Fire Emblem If in Japan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joel Hahn. "Kodansha Manga Awards". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Archived from the original on 2007-08-16. Retrieved 2007-08-21. 
  2. ^ "Fatal Frame Manga by Kindaichi's Amagi Gets English Release". Anime News Network. 18 July 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2014. 

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