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Manga star confirms participation in Monaco

Manga star confirms participation in Monaco

By Staff Writer - July 20, 2018

The manga maker and jury member of the third MAGIC International Manga Contest during the Monaco Anime Game International Conference, Kazuki Takahashi, author of the international success YU-GI-OH, has confirmed his participation in the event on March 9, 2019.

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The hit series of Kazuki Takahashi, started its pre-publication in 1996. The cards appearing in the manga were marketed and enjoyed a great success, which still continues. In 2016, the author himself directed the entire production of the feature film.

The winner will have his work published online on Shônen Jump. Moreover, he or she will also have the chance to spend a month in Japan, where he will meet with mangaka, a Shueisha publisher (tantô), and get the opportunity to extend the partnership with the publisher for one extra year.

Shibuya Productions is a Monaco-based company specialising in animation movies and video games, with blockbusters like Astroboy Reboot, Shenmue III and Cobra: Return of Joe Gillian. website: www.shibuya-productions.com

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