Ryūhei Tamura

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Ryūhei Tamura
Native name 田村 隆平
Born (1980-04-19) April 19, 1980 (age 36)
Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Manga artist
Home town Ōtsu, Shiga[1]

Ryūhei Tamura (田村 隆平 Tamura Ryūhei?, born April 19, 1980[2] in Gifu Prefecture[3]) is a Japanese manga artist.[4] He is best known for being author and illustrator of the manga Beelzebub which was first published as a one shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump, 2008. It was then serialised in 2009. Tamura was formerly assistant/student to Toshiaki Iwashiro, the author of Psyren, also serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump.[5]

Works[edit]

One-shots[edit]

Serials[edit]

  • Beelzebub (2009-2014, Weekly Shōnen Jump)
  • Beelzebub Bangai Hen (2015, Weekly Shōnen Jump) [7]
  • Hungry Marie (2017-, Weekly Shōnen Jump, U.S. edition of Weekly Shonen Jump, via Jump Start) [8] [9]

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