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Hiroshi Gamo

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Notable works  Tottemo! Luckyman
Name  Hiroshi Gamo

Role  Manga artist
Areas  Mangaka
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Born  August 17, 1962 (age 53) Tokyo, Japan (1962-08-17)

Hiroshi Gamo (ガモウひろし, Gamō Hiroshi, born August 17, 1962) is a Japanese manga artist known for his works in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. His most famous work is the gag manga series Tottemo! Luckyman.

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Notable works

  • Rinkiōhenman (臨機応変マン) – published in Jump Comics for 4 volumes, 1986-88
  • Suupaa Booyaken-chan (スーパーボーヤケンちゃん) – published in Jump Comics for 2 volumes, 1989
  • Toraburu Kanchu ki (トラブル昆虫記) – one-shot in Weekly Shonen Jump, 1990
  • Tottemo! Luckyman (とっても! ラッキーマン) – serialized Weekly Shonen Jump 1993-1997; published in Jump Comics for 16 volumes
  • Countdown hero 21st century man (COUNT DOWN ヒーロー21世紀マン) – serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, 2 issues, 1998
  • Boku wa Shōnen Tantei Dan (ぼくは少年探偵ダン!!) serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, 1998-99; published in Jump Comics for 2 volumes, 1999
  • Bonjūru jin de bōn! ! (ボンジュール ジンでボーン!!) – serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, 2 issues, 2000
  • Bakabakashiino! (バカバカしいの!) – serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, 2000-01
  • Detaa~h Wantsuu Pantsu-kun (でたぁーっ わんつーぱんつくん)
  • Gamouhirosh Yose Atsumei (ガモウひろし寄せ集め) – published in Shueisha Bunko for 2 volumes, 2009
  • References

    Hiroshi Gamo Wikipedia


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