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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these collaborations, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.

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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating He also collaborated with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to for his debut. Ironically, despite these collaborations, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.





* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009; with Takashi Nagasaki, supervised by Macoto Tezuka[[note]]Creator/OsamuTezuka's son[[/note]])

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* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009; with Takashi Nagasaki, supervised by Macoto Makoto Tezuka[[note]]Creator/OsamuTezuka's son[[/note]])


* ''Mujirushi: Le Signe des Rêves'' (2017–2018)

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* ''Mujirushi: Le Signe des Rêves'' (2017–2018)(2017–2018; in collaboration with the Louvres museum)

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* ''Manga/{{Asadora}}'' (2018-current)


* ''Mujirushi: Le Signe des Rêves'' (2017–present)

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* ''Mujirushi: Le Signe des Rêves'' (2017–present)(2017–2018)

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* ''Mujirushi: Le Signe des Rêves'' (2017–present)


Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these frequent collaborations, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.

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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these frequent collaborations, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.


Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these frequent collaboration, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.

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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these frequent collaboration, collaborations, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.


Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.

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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, despite these frequent collaboration, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.

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Ever since ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', he has been collaborating with Takashi Nagasaki, who he first met when the latter was made his editor to his debut. Ironically, they apparently don't socialize much outside of work.


* ''Manga/MasterKeaton'' (1988-1994)

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* ''Manga/MasterKeaton'' (1988-1994)(1988-1994; with Hokusei Katsushika)


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* ''Manga/MasterKeaton Remaster'' (2012-2014; with Takashi Nagasaki)


* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009)

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* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009)(2003-2009; with Takashi Nagasaki, supervised by Macoto Tezuka[[note]]Creator/OsamuTezuka's son[[/note]])


* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009; with Takashi Nagasaki)

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* ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' (2003-2009; with Takashi Nagasaki)(2003-2009)


'''Naoki Urasawa''' (born January 2, 1960) is a critically acclaimed mangaka, noted for psychological storytelling and well-rounded characters which defy and subvert many anime and manga tropes. Writes extremely good suspense, but is not solely limited to the thriller genre. Excellent, detailed artwork, notable for [[CastOfSnowflakes Casts of Snowflakes]] (within a single manga, at any rate, as he is also one of the most prolific users of the ReusedCharacterDesign concept since his idol, Creator/OsamuTezuka). Also has an affinity for {{Jigsaw Puzzle Plot}}s, often introducing new characters and plot points [[ChekhovsGun long before]] revealing their significance. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And big noses.]]

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'''Naoki Urasawa''' Naoki Urasawa (born January 2, 1960) is a critically acclaimed mangaka, noted for psychological storytelling and well-rounded characters which defy and subvert many anime and manga tropes. Writes extremely good suspense, but is not solely limited to the thriller genre. Excellent, detailed artwork, notable for [[CastOfSnowflakes Casts of Snowflakes]] (within a single manga, at any rate, as he is also one of the most prolific users of the ReusedCharacterDesign concept since his idol, Creator/OsamuTezuka). Also has an affinity for {{Jigsaw Puzzle Plot}}s, often introducing new characters and plot points [[ChekhovsGun long before]] revealing their significance. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And big noses.]]

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