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Manga artist Hideo Azuma died Street life experience "disappearing diary" topic | NHK News


A comic artist Hideo Azuma, known for his work on the street life experience of Mizu, is known for his works such as “Disappearing Diary”.

Manga artist Hideo Azuma died Street life experience “disappearing diary” is the topic October 21 16:11

Hideo Azuma, a manga artist known for works such as the “Disappearing Diary”, which has been a topic of drawing on his life on the street, died at a hospital in Tokyo this month. I was 69 years old.

Azuma was born in Hokkaido in 1950 and made his debut as a manga artist in "Ringside Crazy" in 1969.

Throughout the 1950s, a series of works such as “Futari and Five”, “Absurd Diary”, and “Polon of Olympos” were serialized, and fans who worked on a wide range of themes from nonsense comics and maniac science fiction comics to girl comics. Gathered support for.

After that, I suffered from alcoholism and had lost my life twice, and I lived on the streets, but in 2005 I published a “disappearance diary” depicting the actual experience of street life with humor. It was selected as a grand prize in the "Culture Agency Media Arts Festival" comics category, which recognizes outstanding works of comics and animation.

He was also highly regarded overseas as a manga artist depicting the so-called “Otaku culture” of Japan, and won the Italian manga award.

According to the person concerned, Mr. Agatsuma was a man and announced that he had esophageal cancer. He died at a hospital in Tokyo on the 13th of this month. I was 69 years old.

Source: nhk

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