History Creator / ShotaroIshinomori

6th Feb '18 2:42:15 PM ferfrnir
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** In the original dub of DaikyouryuNoJidai he voiced the father of the main character.



* ReusedCharacterDesign: While each manga drawn by Ishinomori sported a CastOfSnowflakes, he also tended to reuse quite a few character models through his various series, with the [[Cyborg009 doctor Gilmore, 004]] and Jun lookalikes being the most recurring and recognizable ones. Partially justified due to the sheer quantity of stuff he drew in his career, and by how it would also be a visual cameo of his style.



* SameFaceDifferentName: In 1959 he illustrated the [[Main/ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga ''Kintoki-san'' under the alias Teiko Minami. Two years prior, in 1957, he illustrated a manga written by [[Main/OsomatsuKun Fujio Akatsuka]], ''Sono kamen wo tore!'' (Take off that mask!), which they signed with the portmanteau name Fujitaro Ishizuka.

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* SameFaceDifferentName: In 1959 he illustrated the a few [[Main/ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga ''Kintoki-san'' using two different aliases - the first, ''Kintoki-san'', as Teiko Minami, and another couple of short stories (''Tai-chan'' and ''Sei-chan'') under the alias Teiko Minami.name Asuka Izumi. Two years prior, in 1957, he illustrated a manga written by [[Main/OsomatsuKun Fujio Akatsuka]], ''Sono kamen wo tore!'' (Take off that mask!), which they signed with the portmanteau name Fujitaro Ishizuka.
21st Jan '18 1:06:45 PM ferfrnir
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* AuthorAvatar: In his manga Ishinomori would often pop up as a super-deformed, round headed bald character, sometimes as an CreatorCameo or as this trope. In some cases he would draw himself slightly more realistically, like in the 1978 manga [[https://i.imgur.com/tbrVpZq.png "Peeping through a fusuma"]], where he appears in the prologue and epilogue AsHimself to provide the FramingDevice for the series, or in his [[https://i.imgur.com/SphtATw.jpg 1994 comedic adaptation]] of the [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Kojiki]], in which he [[Main/FromBeyondTheFourthWall appears for a couple of panels]] to make an AsideComment about a particular moment of the story, leaving O no Yasumaru confused about what just happened.

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* AuthorAvatar: In his manga Ishinomori would often pop up as a super-deformed, round headed bald character, sometimes as an CreatorCameo or as this trope. In some cases he would draw himself slightly more realistically, like in the 1978 manga [[https://i.imgur.com/tbrVpZq.png "Peeping ''Peeping through a fusuma"]], fusuma'']], where he appears in the prologue and epilogue AsHimself to provide the FramingDevice for the series, or in his [[https://i.imgur.com/SphtATw.jpg 1994 comedic adaptation]] of the [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Kojiki]], in which he [[Main/FromBeyondTheFourthWall appears for a couple of panels]] to make an AsideComment about a particular moment of the story, leaving O no Yasumaru confused about what just happened.



* SameFaceDifferentName: In 1959, way before he had his earliest successes, he illustrated the [[Main/ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga "Kintoki-san" under the alias Teiko Minami.

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* SameFaceDifferentName: In 1959, way before he had his earliest successes, 1959 he illustrated the [[Main/ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga "Kintoki-san" ''Kintoki-san'' under the alias Teiko Minami.Minami. Two years prior, in 1957, he illustrated a manga written by [[Main/OsomatsuKun Fujio Akatsuka]], ''Sono kamen wo tore!'' (Take off that mask!), which they signed with the portmanteau name Fujitaro Ishizuka.
19th Jan '18 12:58:02 PM ferfrnir
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* AuthorAvatar: In his manga Ishinomori would often pop up as a super-deformed, round headed bald character, sometimes as an CreatorCameo or as this. In other cases he would draw himself more realistically, like in the 1978 manga [[https://i.imgur.com/tbrVpZq.png "Peeping through a fusuma"]], where he appears in the story's prologue and epilogue AsHimself to provide the FramingDevice for the story, and in his [[https://i.imgur.com/SphtATw.jpg 1994 comedic adaptation]] of the [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Kojiki]], in which he [[Main/BreakingTheFourthWall breaks the fourth wall]] for a couple of panels to comment about a particular moment of the story and leaves O no Yasumaru confused about what just happened.

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* AuthorAvatar: In his manga Ishinomori would often pop up as a super-deformed, round headed bald character, sometimes as an CreatorCameo or as this. this trope. In other some cases he would draw himself slightly more realistically, like in the 1978 manga [[https://i.imgur.com/tbrVpZq.png "Peeping through a fusuma"]], where he appears in the story's prologue and epilogue AsHimself to provide the FramingDevice for the story, and series, or in his [[https://i.imgur.com/SphtATw.jpg 1994 comedic adaptation]] of the [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Kojiki]], in which he [[Main/BreakingTheFourthWall breaks the fourth wall]] [[Main/FromBeyondTheFourthWall appears for a couple of panels panels]] to comment make an AsideComment about a particular moment of the story and leaves story, leaving O no Yasumaru confused about what just happened.


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* SameFaceDifferentName: In 1959, way before he had his earliest successes, he illustrated the [[Main/ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga "Kintoki-san" under the alias Teiko Minami.
6th Jan '18 2:09:00 PM ferfrnir
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* AuthorAvatar: In his manga Ishinomori would often pop up as a super-deformed, round headed bald character, sometimes as an CreatorCameo or as this. In other cases he would draw himself more realistically, like in the 1978 manga [[https://i.imgur.com/tbrVpZq.png "Peeping through a fusuma"]], where he appears in the story's prologue and epilogue AsHimself to provide the FramingDevice for the story, and in his [[https://i.imgur.com/SphtATw.jpg 1994 comedic adaptation]] of the [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Kojiki]], in which he [[Main/BreakingTheFourthWall breaks the fourth wall]] for a couple of panels to comment about a particular moment of the story and leaves O no Yasumaru confused about what just happened.
6th Dec '17 5:28:33 PM nombretomado
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* A manga [[BandToon based on]] DavidBowie, with appearances from Mick Jagger!

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* A manga [[BandToon based on]] DavidBowie, Music/DavidBowie, with appearances from Mick Jagger!
8th Sep '17 12:40:33 PM SeptimusHeap
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* HollywoodCyborg: Who needs [[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} radioactive spiders]] or [[ComicBook/FantasticFour cosmic rays]] when there's tons of perfectly "realistic" ways to give your heroes superpowers? Like lots and lots of [[{{Zeerust}} transistors]].

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* HollywoodCyborg: Who needs [[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} [[Franchise/SpiderMan radioactive spiders]] or [[ComicBook/FantasticFour cosmic rays]] when there's tons of perfectly "realistic" ways to give your heroes superpowers? Like lots and lots of [[{{Zeerust}} transistors]].
26th Jul '17 1:32:58 PM dlchen145
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Shotaro Ishinomori, born Shotaro Onodera, (1938-1998) was one of the most influential men in Japanese entertainment, being dubbed "the King of Manga" and held the title in drawing more comic pages than any other manga author. In his youth he was the president of a manga study group and got his first big break working as an assistant to Creator/OsamuTezuka himself (who famously remarked that Ishinomori, then going by the name Onodera, resembled a talking potato) on the ''Denkou The Invisible Robot'' story in ''Manga/AstroBoy''. On the manga and anime side, he created ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', which was one of the first animated super-teams.

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Shotaro Ishinomori, born Shotaro Onodera, (1938-1998) (January 25, 1938 January 28, 1998) was one of the most influential men in Japanese entertainment, being dubbed "the King of Manga" and held the title in drawing more comic pages than any other manga author. In his youth he was the president of a manga study group and got his first big break working as an assistant to Creator/OsamuTezuka himself (who famously remarked that Ishinomori, then going by the name Onodera, resembled a talking potato) on the ''Denkou The Invisible Robot'' story in ''Manga/AstroBoy''. On the manga and anime side, he created ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', which was one of the first animated super-teams.
13th Mar '17 3:58:28 PM ElectroKraken
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Shotaro Ishinomori, born Shotaro Onodera, (1938-1998) was one of the most influential men in Japanese entertainment, being dubbed "the King of Manga" and held the title in drawing most comic pages than any other manga author. In his youth he was the president of a manga study group and got his first big break working as an assistant to Creator/OsamuTezuka himself (who famously remarked that Ishinomori, then going by the name Onodera, resembled a talking potato) on the ''Denkou The Invisible Robot'' story in ''Manga/AstroBoy''. On the manga and anime side, he created ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', which was one of the first animated super-teams.

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Shotaro Ishinomori, born Shotaro Onodera, (1938-1998) was one of the most influential men in Japanese entertainment, being dubbed "the King of Manga" and held the title in drawing most more comic pages than any other manga author. In his youth he was the president of a manga study group and got his first big break working as an assistant to Creator/OsamuTezuka himself (who famously remarked that Ishinomori, then going by the name Onodera, resembled a talking potato) on the ''Denkou The Invisible Robot'' story in ''Manga/AstroBoy''. On the manga and anime side, he created ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', which was one of the first animated super-teams.



Due to the large number of superheroes he created, many of them much grimmer and more "realistic" than what the competition was putting out at the time while still retaining an endearing sense of over-the-top garishness.

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Due to the large number of superheroes he created, many of them were much grimmer and more "realistic" than what the competition was putting out at the time while still retaining an endearing sense of over-the-top garishness.
8th Mar '17 12:12:19 AM SmytheOrdo
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* A manga [[CelebrityToon based on]] DavidBowie, with appearances from Mick Jagger!

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* A manga [[CelebrityToon [[BandToon based on]] DavidBowie, with appearances from Mick Jagger!
8th Mar '17 12:11:51 AM SmytheOrdo
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* A manga [[CelebrityToon based on]] DavidBowie, with appearances from Mick Jagger!
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