Toshiaki Iwashiro

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Toshiaki Iwashiro
Born (1977-12-11) December 11, 1977 (age 39)
Kanagawa Prefecture
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Manga author
Known for Mieru Hito
Psyren

Toshiaki Iwashiro (岩代 俊明 Iwashiro Toshiaki?, born December 11, 1977) is a Japanese manga author and illustrator. He is the creator of the manga series Psyren and Mieru Hito, both serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump. His students are Ryūhei Tamura, the author of Beelzebub, Yuki Tabata, the author of Black Clover and Naoya Matsumoto, the author of Neko Wappa!. After creating the one-shot manga Godland Company and Sakuran (Tentative), Iwashiro's newest series Kagamigami, was also serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump before its cancellation. He is native to Kanagawa Prefecture.

Works[edit]

  • The 10th Division - Version 1 (2003, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • The 10th Division - Version 2 (2004, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Dog Child-Kudoh (2004, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Mieru Hito (2005-2006, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Psyren (2007-2010, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Godland Company (2011, Jump NEXT!)
  • Sakuran (Tentative) (2013, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Kagamigami (2015, Weekly Shonen Jump)

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