Hiroki Endo

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Hiroki Endo
Born 1970
Akita Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Manga artist
Nationality Japanese
Genre fiction
Subject science fiction manga.

Hiroki Endo (遠藤 浩輝 Endō Hiroki?) is a Japanese manga artist born on 1970 in Akita Prefecture. He graduated from Musashino Art University. He is most known for his science-fiction series Eden: It's an Endless World!, which has been translated into English by Dark Horse.

Manga works[edit]

Serialized works[edit]

Short story collections (Tanpenshū)[edit]

  • Hiroki Endo's Tanpenshu Volume 1 (1996–1997)[1]
    • "The Crows, the Girl and the Yakuza"
    • "Because You're Definitely a Cute Girl"
    • "For Those of Us Who Don't Believe in God"
  • Hiroki Endo's Tanpenshu Volume 2 (1996–2000)
    • "Hang" (Hang?)
    • "High School Girl 2000"
    • "Platform"
    • "Boys Don't Cry"


  1. ^ Smith, David. "Tanpenshu". (January 2007) Newtype USA. Volume 6, Number 1, page 138.

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