Shō Aikawa (screenwriter)
August 9, 1965
Shō Aikawa (會川 昇 Aikawa Shō?, born Noboru Aikawa (会川 昇 Aikawa Noboru?) on August 9, 1965) is a Japanese screenwriter. His writing credits include Jikuu Senshi Spielban, Mister Ajikko, Dangaioh, and Urotsukidōji. He has recently written the anime adaptations of Love Hina and the first Fullmetal Alchemist series, as well Kamen Rider Blade and Kamen Rider Decade. He has created and written the Bones original series Hiwou War Chronicles, Tenpō Ibun Ayakashi Ayashi and Concrete Revolutio.
Aikawa has been known to use the penname Noboru Aikawa on several projects.
- A.D. Police Files (as Noboru Aikawa)
- Angel Cop - co-writer (as Noboru Aikawa)
- Chaos Dragon - co-writer
- Concrete Revolutio - Script, Original creator
- Eureka Seven: AO - head writer
- Fullmetal Alchemist (2003 anime) - head writer
- Garo: Guren no Tsuki - head writer (with Toshiki Inoue)
- Genocyber - co-writer
- Ghost Slayers Ayashi - Script, Original creator
- Hiwou War Chronicles - Script, Original creator
- Love Hina
- Martian Successor Nadesico - head writer (as Noboru Aikawa)
- Mister Ajikko
- Neo Ranga - Script, Original creator
- Un-Go (2011 anime and anime film) - head writer
- Urotsukidoji - co-writer
- Violence Jack - head writer (as Noboru Aikawa)
- Jikuu Senshi Spielban
- Kamen Rider Blade - head writer (episodes 22~49)
- GouGou Sentai Boukenger - head writer
- Juuken Sentai Gekiranger
- Engine Sentai Go-Onger
- Kamen Rider Decade - head writer (episodes 1~13)
- Kamen Rider Wizard - episodes 52~53
- Ressha Sentai ToQger
- "Fullmetal Alchemist Staff Makes Superhero Anime Concrete Revolutio". Anime News Network. 1 July 2015. Retrieved 4 July 2015.
- "Fullmetal Alchemist Staff Reunite for Un-Go". Anime News Network. 6 July 2011. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
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