Saki Hiwatari

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Saki Hiwatari
日渡 早紀
Born (1961-07-05) July 5, 1961 (age 55)
Area(s) Manga artist
Notable works
Please Save My Earth

Saki Hiwatari (日渡 早紀 Hiwatari Saki?, born July 5, 1961) is a Japanese shōjo manga artist. Her first work, Mahōtsukai wa Shitteiru (I Know a Magician) was published in the weekly shōjo anthology Hana to Yume (Flowers and Dreams) in 1982. Her best-known work was Please Save My Earth, a 21-volume series concerning several alien scientists who are reincarnated as high school students in modern Tokyo. The series was adapted into an anime series and published in English.

Works[edit]

  • Saki Series (早紀シリーズ Saki Shirīzu?)
    • Mahōtsukai wa Shitteiru (魔法使いは知っている?) (January 20, 1982, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Tsutaete Voyager (伝えてボイジャー Tsutaete Boijā?) (July 20, 1982, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • 1000 Oku no Tomodachi (1000億のともだち Sen Oku no Tomodachi?) (October 27, 1982, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • —m7— (—m7— Emu Sebun?) (February 19, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Hoshi wa, Subaru. (星は、すばる。?) (July 5, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • 11 Gatsu no Fomalhaut (11月のフォーマルハウト Jū Ichi Gatsu no Fōmaruhauto?) (November 5, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Hoshino Shōnen (星野少年?) (December 10, 1983, published in Bessatsu Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Wakusei Tachi wa Isogashii (惑星たちは忙しい?) (March 19, 1984, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Ginga no Kaizoku (銀河の海賊?) (August 4, 1984, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Mugen Kidō (無限軌道?) (January 7, 1985, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Neko Nanka Daikirai (猫なんか大嫌い?) (March 20, 1985–April 5, 1985, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Akuma-Kun Series (アクマくんシリーズ Akuma-Kun Shirīzu?)
    • Akuma-Kun ni Onegai (アクマくんにお願い?) (May 4, 1982, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Yumemiru Tsubasa (アクマくん 夢みる翼?) (October 5, 1982, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Kiken na Koibito '83 (アクマくん 危険な恋人'83 Akuma-Kun Kiken na Koibito Eitī Surī?) (January 6, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Angel Ring o Motta Majo (アクマくん 天使の輪をもった魔女 Akuma-Kun Enjeru Ringu o Motta Majo?) (April 20, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Black Queen ni Sasagu (アクマくん 黒の女王に捧ぐ Akuma-Kun Burakku Kwīn ni Sasagu?) (April 27, 1983, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Makai Kitte no Rokudenashi (アクマくん 魔界きってのろくでなし?) (August 20, 1983–October 5, 1983, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Boku wa Tenshi ni Naritai (アクマくん ぼくは天使になりたい?) (January 20, 1984, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Yoru ga Kieta Yoru (夜が消えた夜?) (July 19, 1984, published in Akuma-Kun Boku wa Tenshi ni Naritai, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Black Minion (アクマくん ブラック・ミニオン Akuma-Kun Burakku Minion?) (September 5, 1984–November 20, 1984, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Magic Bitter (アクマくん 魔法★BITTER Akuma-Kun Majikku Bitā?) (July 20, 1985–July 5, 1986, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Akuma-Kun Magic Sweet (アクマくん 魔法★SWEET Akuma-Kun Majikku Suīto?) (September 5, 1986–September 20, 1986, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Vivid Remembrance (記憶鮮明 Kioku Senmei?)
    • Vivid Remembrance (記憶鮮明 Kioku Senmei?) (May 4, 1984–June 5, 1984, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Soshite Kanojo wa Ryōme o Fusagu (そして彼女は両眼を塞ぐ?) (March 9, 1985, published in Bessatsu Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Passion Color (PASSION COLOR Passhon Karā?) (June 10, 1985, published in Hana Yume Epo, Hakusensha)
    • Cibi-01 no Ya! Ya! Ya! (CIBI-01のYA!YA!YA! Chibi Zero Wan no Ya! Ya! Ya!?) (January 28, 1987–May 28, 1988, serialized in Hana Yume Epo, Hakusensha)
    • Gūzen ga Nokosu Mono — Vivid Remembrance II (偶然が残すもの—記憶鮮明II Gūzen ga Nokosu Mono Kioku Senmei Ni?) (July 5, 1997–August 5, 1997, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
    • Birth — Vivid Remembrance III (BIRTH—記憶鮮明III Bāsu Kioku Senmei San?) (April 5, 1999, published in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Please Save My Earth (ぼくの地球を守って Boku no Chikyū o Mamotte?) (December 20, 1986–May 20, 1994, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha); spin-off of Vivid Remembrance
  • Tower of the Future (未来のうてな Mirai no Utena?) (September 5, 1994–December 19, 1998, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Chotto Tsuki made (ちょっと月まで?) (August 11, 1998, published in Melody, Hakusensha)
  • Cosmos in Children (宇宙なボクら! Kosumo na Bokura!?) (August 5, 1999–January 5, 2001, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Ie no Naka ni Nanika Iru! (家の中に何かいる!?) (June 28, 2001, published in The Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Global Garden (GLOBAL GARDEN Gurōbaru Gāden?) (August 4, 2001–December 4, 2004, serialized in Hana to Yume, Hakusensha)
  • Embraced by the Moonlight (ボクを包む月の光 Boku o Tsutsumu Tsuki no Hikari?) (September 26, 2003–November 26, 2014, serialized in Bessatsu Hana to Yume and Hana to Yume Plus, Hakusensha); sequel to Please Save My Earth
  • Kimi wa Tomodachi (キミは友達?) (May 26, 2009, published in Bessatsu Hana to Yume, Hakusensha); Embraced by the Moonlight short story
  • Ame no Hi no Picnic (雨の日のピクニック Ame no Hi no Pikunikku?) (September 26, 2014, published in Bessatsu Hana to Yume, Hakusensha); Please Save My Earth short story
  • I Sing with the Earth (ぼくは地球と歌う Boku wa Chikyū to Utau?) (March 26, 2015–ongoing, serialized in Bessatsu Hana to Yume, Hakusensha); sequel to Embraced by the Moonlight
  • You've Got a Friend (ゆーがった ふれんど Yūgatta Furendo?) (February 19, 2016, published in the Please Save My Earth Premium Fan Book, Hakusensha); Please Save My Earth short story

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