Toriyama Akira no Hetappi Manga Kenkyuusho
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Toriyama Akira no Hetappi Manga Kenkyuusho

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Apprentice Mangaka, Akira Toriyama's Awkward Manga Laboratory, Toriyama Akira no Hetappi Manga Kenkyuujho
Japanese: 鳥山明のヘタッピマンガ研究所


Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 3
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 1982 to Feb 1984
Genre: Comedy Comedy
Theme: Educational Educational
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Fresh Jump
Authors: Toriyama, Akira (Story & Art)

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Score: 6.901 (scored by 291291 users)
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Ranked: #93402
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Popularity: #15380
Members: 718
Favorites: 4

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Synopsis

This Manga doesn't actually have any plot since it is a Manga-how to" rather than a work of fiction.

Broken down into 3 parts, the first part is a series of lessons by Akira Toriyama on how to draw Manga (including what not to do), this part is rather amusing to read. The second part is a series of technical pointers from Akira Sakuma, this part is less amusing than the first. The last section is comprised of comments made by Toriyama in regards to amateur Manga work sent in to him in a contest sponsored by Shonen Jump.

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Mar 23, 2022
An extremely obscure, and short, guide manga by Toriyama. Reading like a youtube poop or newgrounds video circa Shonen Jump 1980s, this poo joke heavy instruction manual sadly doesn't do a great job at teaching readers how to draw manga. What it does do is effectively communicate Toriyama's emotions regarding drawing manga. A parallels can be drawn to Araki's How to Draw Manga, where Araki takes an almost scientific approach, driven by writing, rather than "manga". In this, Toriyama actually draws a manga. I wish this was more substantial as it's hard to really rate something so short. It would be great for Toriyama to ...

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