Jūzō Yamasaki

Jūzō Yamasaki (やまさき十三 or 山崎十三, Yamasaki Jūzō, born June 19, 1941 in Miyakonojō, Miyazaki Prefecture) is a Japanese manga artist.

His best known work is Tsuribaka Nisshi with art by Kenichi Kitami. Yamasaki originally wrote screenplays for Toei, but was laid off and decided to pursue a career in manga instead. He has won both the Shogakukan and Kodansha Manga Award for Tsuri Baka Nikki and Okashina Futari respectively.[1][2]

Works

  • Tsuribaka Nisshi (釣りバカ日誌) drawn by Kenichi Kitama
  • Satchmo (サッチモ) drawn by Kinichi Kitama
  • Ashita Tenpei (あした天兵) drawn by Hideaki Hataji
  • Gamushara (がむしゃら) drawn by Mitsuru Adachi
  • Fuun Tenka Tori (風雲天下盗り) co-written with Sentarō Kubota and drawn by Mitsuyoshi Sonoda
  • Hatsukoi Kōshien (初恋甲子園) drawn by Mitsuru Adachi
  • Nakimushi Kōshien (泣き虫甲子園) drawn by Mitsuru Adachi
  • Sekiyō yo Nobore!! (夕陽よ昇れ!!) drawn by Mitsuru Adachi
  • Okashina Futari (おかしな二人) drawn by Kei Sadayasu
  • Itoshii no Chiipappa (愛しのチィパッパ) drawn by Kinichi Kitama
  • Pro Golfer Baku (プロゴルファー貘) drawn by Kenichirō Takai
  • Yume Kōjō (夢工場) drawn by Kenshi Hirokane
  • Nakimushi Kōshien (泣き虫甲子園) drawn by Mitsuru Adachi
  • Bangai Kōshien (番外甲子園) drawn by Mamoru Uchiyama
  • Ore wa Namazumono. (おれはナマズ者) drawn by Mitsuo Hashimoto
  • Tenchi Muyo/This Side Up (天地無用) drawn by Kenji Okamura

References

  1. ^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on July 10, 2008. Retrieved 2007-08-19.
  2. ^ Joel Hahn. "Kodansha Manga Awards". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Archived from the original on 2007-08-16. Retrieved 2007-08-21.

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