Hitoshi Okuda

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In this Japanese name, the family name is Okuda.
Hitoshi Okuda
Born Okuda Hitoshi (奥田 ひとし)
(1963-08-15) August 15, 1963 (age 53)
Daisen, Akita Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Manga artist
Known for Tenchi Muyo!

Hitoshi Okuda (奥田 ひとし, Okuda Hitoshi?, born 1963 in Daisen, Akita[1]) is a Japanese manga artist, most famous for his characterizations and stories set in the world of Tenchi Muyo!.[2]

Okuda got his start as a doujinshi artist before debuting professionally, studying under Nobuteru Yūki and Yutaka Izubuchi.

His collection of Tenchi-related works spans eleven years, beginning with "No Need for Tenchi!" in 1994 before finishing its run as "The All-New Tenchi Muyō!" ("Shin Tenchi Muyō!") in late 2005. "Tenchi, Heaven Forbid! G...", a collection of seventy-four yonkoma comics drawn during the course of six years for Pioneer LDC's monthly fan club letter, was later released by VIZ Media as "Tenchi Muyō: Sasami Stories", bundled along with previously published material featuring the Sasami character.

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  1. ^ Interview by Sakigake Ad Brain Co.,Lyf(Japanese)
  2. ^ Weiner, Robert G.; Weiner, Stephen; Figa, Elizabeth (FRW) (2010-04-01). Graphic novels and comics in libraries and archives: essays on readers, research, history and cataloging. McFarland. pp. 71–. ISBN 978-0-7864-4302-4. Retrieved 10 August 2011. 

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