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Niizuma is slightly naive, but can also be serious and calculating when he wants to. November 3, Eiji Nizuma is a high school genius mangaka who has been drawing ever since he was young. He refers to himself as an “Eternal Boy” and that is why he writes Shonen manga. His editor is Hattori Yujiro. Unicorn Meta Zoo 1: Ashishgup Ashishgup 8, 6 30

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Naoko Takeuchi, the mangaka of Sailor Moon. They basically used the same names even the Kanji are the same as the real life editors for most of the established editors.

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Eiji is constantly chastised by his editor, and at first seems to be rather oblivious toward his rivals’ feelings toward him, even expressing great excitement when he meets Ashirogi Muto and saying he is their fan. What about his uncle with the unrefined art style? At the end of every chapter there’s a page that shows a Name made by Ohba with funny and ugly drawings just like the ones that Tagaki niizuma to do and eiij Name made by Obata, with better pannels and drawings just like the ones that Mashiro makes It’s speculated that Niizuma Eiji is based on Eiichiro Oda and Tite Kubo.

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He was supposed to serialize a manga called Yellow Hit but he wanted to draw a different manga, Crow, which appeared in Akamaru Jump instead. Also notable is this statement made by a user of the forum link: Email Required, but never shown.

His assisants were initially Nakai and Fukuda Mashiro also worked for him temporarily before Detective Eoji was serialized. Eiji tends to act conceited because he is hailed as a genius; however, after working on Crow for quite a long time, he grew more humble, even claiming to not be “good enough of a Mangaka to be judging other people’s work” when asked by his editor to judge for the Golden Future Cup.

Moritaka Mashiro and Akito Takagi consider him their rival.

Ashishgup Ashishgup 8, 6 30 Aida Souichi, team leader of Hattori in Bakuman, is based on real life current vice editor-in-chief Aida Souichi. The writer and the artist part being analogous to Ohba being the writer and Obata being the artist, Mashiro’s semi realistic style being akin to Obata’s, the darker themed manga that get better reception which was true for Ohba whose most sold manga is Death Note and even Takagi’s failed attempt at action manga resembles Obata’s failure, Rampouthat got cancelled after the second volume.

He once demanded to be allowed to end one series he hated if he ever made it as the most popular author in Jump. He refers to himself as an “Eternal Boy” and that is why he writes Shonen manga. Post as a guest Name. He tends to make noises and sound effects when drawing or writing his manga. Takagi, according to Bakuman, is best at writing dark and elaborate stories; this could be parallel to Ohba’s way of writing as an author for example, Death Note.

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Hiramaru’s comic tendencies with animals, exasperation at his editor, and laziness draw a parallel to Sorachi Hideaki, mangaka of Gintama.

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Niizuma is slightly naive, but can also be serious and calculating when he wants to. There were also chapters that talked about serious humor in Bakuman; this “serious humor” can also seen in Death Note.

Brotherhood 2 Kimi no Na wa. November 3, Eiji Nizuma is a high school genius mangaka who has been drawing ever since he was young. His editor is Hattori Yujiro. He is a great lover of manga and his opinion are valued by everyone at Jump, including his rivals. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

Sign up using Email and Password. Bakuman seems to be based on real characters. Nobuhiro could be compared to Hiroshi Gamo, a real-life mangaka famous for his gag manga and speculated to be Tsugumi Ohba. Ashirogi Muto’s editor, Hattori Akira, is based on two real life editors.

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