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Who is the main protagonist in Bakuman?

Who is the main protagonist in Bakuman?

Moritaka Mashiro
Akito TakagiMiho Azuki
Bakuman/Main characters

Who are the characters in Bakuman based on?

The name is based on Hattori John Batist Akira while the likeness is based on Saito Yuu. Aida Souichi, team leader of Hattori in Bakuman, is based on real life current vice editor-in-chief Aida Souichi.

Who is the antagonist of Bakuman?

Hidemitsu Ishizawa (Born May 19, 1993, in Saitama-ken, Japan) is a serialized mangaka and occasional nuisance to Akito Takagi and Moritaka Mashiro.

Who is Death Note author?

Takeshi Obata
Tsugumi Ohba
Death Note/Creators
The Creator of ‘Death Note’ Is A Very Mysterious Man. Tsugumi Ohba made one of the most popular manga franchises in the world. No one knows his real name. Tsugumi Ohba isn’t a known comic book legend, like Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, or Frank Miller, but his impact on pop culture over the past decade has been monumental.

Is Reversi Death Note?

Reversi has some similarities with Death Note, Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s previous work, with both protagonists being a dark hero, and the demon in Reversi can be considered as a shinigami in Death Note. Also, Reversi’s logo is similar to Death Note’s logo.

Did Bakuman get an anime?

Anime. A 25-episode anime television series based on Bakuman was announced in Weekly Shōnen Jump’s second issue of 2010. Produced by J.C.Staff, it began broadcasting on NHK on October 2, 2010 and ran until April 2, 2011.

Does Tite Kubo hate Eiichiro Oda?

The artist went in-depth about his start as a manga creator, and it was there Kubo revealed he had a bitter run-in with Oda way back in the 1990s. After explaining the encounter, Kubo then said he started to dislike Oda after debuting underneath him, but fans should not read too into the supposed beef.

Is there a Bakuman movie?

Bakuman (バクマン。) is a 2015 Japanese film directed by Hitoshi Ōne, based on the manga of the same name by Tsugumi Ohba. It is the story of two young manga artists who attempt to break into the competitive world of manga (comics) in Japan.