History Creator / RumikoTakahashi

13th Sep '17 12:45:02 AM Smeagol17
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She started a new manga series, ''Kyoukai no Rinne'', in Shonen Sunday, which has carried all her major works to date[[labelnote:]] (except for ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'', which ran in a seinen magazine)[[/labelnote]], on April 22, 2009. It was also being [[http://www.therumicworld.com/main.php released in Japanese and English simultaneously]] (as simply ''Manga/{{Rinne}}'').

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She started a new manga series, ''Kyoukai no Rinne'', in Shonen Sunday, which has carried all her major works to date[[labelnote:]] (except for ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'', which ran in a seinen magazine)[[/labelnote]], on April 22, 2009. It was also being [[http://www.therumicworld.com/main.php released in Japanese and English simultaneously]] simultaneously (as simply ''Manga/{{Rinne}}'').
26th Jul '17 1:29:59 PM dlchen145
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Rumiko Takahashi is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today. Of course, every master was once an apprentice; Takahashi was a graduate of the ''Gekika Sonjuku'' program, a college course by Creator/KazuoKoike, and meant to teach people how to be a manga artist.

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Rumiko Takahashi (born October 10, 1957) is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today. Of course, every master was once an apprentice; Takahashi was a graduate of the ''Gekika Sonjuku'' program, a college course by Creator/KazuoKoike, and meant to teach people how to be a manga artist.
21st Dec '16 5:35:30 PM Xtifr
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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today. Of course, every master was once an apprentice; Takahashi was a graduate of the ''Gekika Sonjuku'' program, a college course by Creator/KazuoKoike, and meant to teach people how to be a manga artist.

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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' Rumiko Takahashi is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today. Of course, every master was once an apprentice; Takahashi was a graduate of the ''Gekika Sonjuku'' program, a college course by Creator/KazuoKoike, and meant to teach people how to be a manga artist.
14th Dec '16 7:30:19 PM YZQ
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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.

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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.
today. Of course, every master was once an apprentice; Takahashi was a graduate of the ''Gekika Sonjuku'' program, a college course by Creator/KazuoKoike, and meant to teach people how to be a manga artist.
28th Nov '16 6:56:51 AM crazysamaritan
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* ''Manga/{{Rinne}}''

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* ''Manga/{{Rinne}}''
''Manga/{{RINNE}}''
12th Nov '16 12:34:09 PM Smeagol17
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She started a new manga series, ''Kyoukai no Rinne'', in Shonen Sunday, which has carried all her major works to date[[labelnote:]] (except for ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'', which ran in a seinen magazine)[[/labelnote]], on April 22, 2009. It is also being [[http://www.therumicworld.com/main.php released in Japanese and English simultaneously]] (as simply ''Manga/{{Rinne}}'').

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She started a new manga series, ''Kyoukai no Rinne'', in Shonen Sunday, which has carried all her major works to date[[labelnote:]] (except for ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'', which ran in a seinen magazine)[[/labelnote]], on April 22, 2009. It is was also being [[http://www.therumicworld.com/main.php released in Japanese and English simultaneously]] (as simply ''Manga/{{Rinne}}'').
2nd May '16 4:49:01 AM CJO123
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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling well over 100 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.

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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, selling well over 100 more than 170 million copies of her work in Japan alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.
2nd May '16 4:47:58 AM CJO123
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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time (well over 100 million copies in Japan alone), and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.

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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time (well time, selling well over 100 million copies of her work in Japan alone), alone, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.
2nd May '16 4:47:15 AM CJO123
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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.

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'''Rumiko Takahashi''' is the best-selling female comic artist of all time, time (well over 100 million copies in Japan alone), and one of the names by which to reckon the evolution of anime. One of the wealthiest women in Japan, all of her longer running {{manga}} have become TV series, and nearly everything she has written has been adapted into animation ({{OVA}} or TV). Perhaps more importantly, her influence and the nature of her series since 1980 have been cited as large contributors to the perception and acceptance of anime as a medium today.
11th Dec '15 12:36:36 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''TheLaughingTarget''

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* ''TheLaughingTarget''''Manga/TheLaughingTarget''
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