Austin Osueke

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Austin Osueke
Nationality American
Area(s) Artist, Publisher

Austin Osueke is an American comic book artist, publisher, and founder of eigoMANGA.[1] He is best known for contributing to Amerimanga[2] and web comics[3] through his publications Sakura Pakk and Rumble Pak.

Bibliography[edit]

Title Primary artist Publisher Pub. Year
Rumble Pak Various Artists eigoMANGA 2003–Current
Rumble Pak Various Artists Devil's Due Publishing 2005
Sakura Pakk Various Artists eigoMANGA 2004–Current
The Monkey Tale Myung(Newviz) eigoMANGA 2004
God Drug Stephen Anztcak eigoMANGA 2006
Palbot and Mr. Kim Come To America Jinsoo Terry eigoMANGA / AGC LLC 2008
Sakura Pakk Versus Rumble Pak Various Artists eigoMANGA 2008
The Frog Princess Jeff Loew eigoMANGA / Visionary Comics Studio 2009
Danity Kane Comics Dawn Richard eigoMANGA 2010
Alpha League David Karrow eigoMANGA 2010
Natura Morta Abril Espinosa eigoMANGA 2011
Grimoire Marika Herzog eigoMANGA 2011

eigoMANGA Productions[edit]

Title Role Studio Publisher Pub. Year
Anime Mix Producer eigoMANGA eigoMANGA 2002
Pop Japan TV English Adaptation Sony Music Japan Tofu Records 2004
Shibuya Airwaves Radio Host eigoMANGA eigoMANGA 2005
Basara (Vol 18) English Adaptation Tamura Yumi Viz Media 2006
Flame of Recca (Vol 17) English Adaptation Nobuyuki Anzai Viz Media 2006
Blassreiter English Adaptation GONZO Bost TV 2008
Strike Witches English Adaptation GONZO Bost TV 2008
Tower of Druaga English Adaptation GONZO Bost TV 2008
Demian Producer Goingdol eigoMANGA 2011
Break Ups Producer Goingdol eigoMANGA 2011
Short AGE Producer Goingdol eigoMANGA 2011
Christmas In Taxi Producer Goingdol eigoMANGA 2011
Vanguard Princess English Adaption Suge7 eigoMANGA 2012
Padak English Adaption e-Dehi Animation eigoMANGA 2012

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Loew, Jeff (December 26, 2006). "EigoMANGA on the Move". Lowdown. Broken Frontier. Retrieved February 4, 2007. 
  2. ^ anime expo guests www.anime-expo.org
  3. ^ Contino, Jennifer M. (October 6, 2003). "eigoMANGA From Web To Print". The Pulse. Comicon.com. Retrieved February 4, 2007. 

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