Megumu Okada

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Megumu Okada
Born Okada Megumu
岡田 芽武

(1971-03-15) 15 March 1971 (age 46)
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Manga artist
Known for Shadow Skill, Saint Seiya Episode.G

Megumu Okada (岡田芽武?, Okada Megumu, born 15 March 1971 in Tokyo) is a Japanese manga artist, best known as the creator of the series Shadow Skill and Saint Seiya Episode.G.

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  • In 1999, he creates the manga Nirai Kanai (ニライカナイ 遙かなる根の国?, Nirai Kanai: Harukanaru Ne no Kuni), which was serialized in the magazine Afternoon and published by Kodansha. 6 volumes completed in 2003.[1]
  • Shadow Skill (Shadō Sukiru), Published by Takeshobo, Magazine Comic Gamma 1992–1996, 4 volumes.
  • Shadow Skil: Phantom Of Shade - Black Howling - Black Wing, Published by Fujimi Shobo (1996–1998) (Kodansha (2001–2014) Seinen Magazine, 11 volumes.
  • In 2002, he begins writing and illustrating the spin-off manga Saint Seiya Episode.G, based on Masami Kurumada's Saint Seiya manga. Published by Akita Shoten and serialized in the monthly magazine Champion Red. This work is 20 volumes .
  • Gensou Sekai Eiyuretsuden Shinobi Zard (幻想世界英雄烈伝 忍ザード?, Gensō Sekai Eiyūretsuden Shinobi Zādo) (story, with art by Ranmaru Tenma):Serialized in Comic Gamma and published in 1 volumes by Takeshobo1994.[2]
  • Gensou Sekai Eiyuretsuden Wiz Buster (幻想世界魔法烈伝 WIZバスター?, Gensō Sekai Eiyūretsuden Wiz Basutā) (story, with art by Ranmaru Tenma):Serialized in Monthly Shōnen Gangan and published in 1 volumes by Square Enix in 1996.[3]
  • Oboro (?, Oboro) (art and story):Serialized in Comic Dragon and published in 1 volumes by Kadokawa Shoten in 2001.[4]
  • Fair Plays (幻想世界英雄烈伝フェアプレイズ?, Gensō Sekai Eiyūretsuden Fea Pureizu) (story, with art by Ranmaru Tenma):Serialized in Comic BonBon and published in 1 volumes by Kodansha between 2001 and 2002.[5]
  • Hitotsuki! (ひとつキ!?, Hitotsuki!) (story, with art by Ranmaru Tenma):Published in Akita Shoten's Champion Red in 2009, 1 volumes.

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