Akira Toriyama

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Akira Toriyama (bi japonî: 鳥山 明, Toriyama Akira; z. 5'ê avrêlê, 1955, li Kiyosu, Aichi, Japon), mangavanekî japonî ye.

Akira Toriyama
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Pîşe Mangavan
Netewe  Japon
Berhemên navdar

Dragon Ball
Dr. Slump
Dragon Quest (character designer)
Chrono Trigger (hunermend)
Blue Dragon (hunermend)

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Akira Toriyama wê li prefektoriya Aichiyê ji dayika xwe bûye, di zarokatiya xwe de jî faneke xêzeroman û filmê karton bû. Bi fîlmê kertonê "101 Dalmatians" yê Walt Disney ve di cara pêşîn daxwaza wê hedibû ji bi xwe li ser kaxizê xêz bike.

Toriyam di sala 1974an de di dibistana bazirganiyê prefektorî di cêrgeya darijêniyê de perwendîşa xwe xelas dikir û di eynî sal de ew heta sala 1977an de ew wek sêwirîner (dîzayner) ji bo fîrmeyeke sêwirînerî dixebitî.

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Sernav Sal Têbînî
Awawa World (あわわワールドAwawa Wārudo) 1977 Unpublished, submission for Monthly Young Jump Award. Printed in 1983 in Toriyama's fan club newsletter, Bird Land Press # 5 & 6.
Mysterious Rain Jack (謎のレインジャック Nazo no Rein Jakku) 1978 Unpublished, submission for Monthly Young Jump Award. Printed in 1982 in Toriyama's fan club newsletter, Bird Land Press # 3 & 4.
Wonder Island (ワンダー・アイランド Wandā Airando) 1978 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1978 #52
Wonder Island 2(ワンダー・アイランド2 Wandā Airando Tsū) 1978 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump January 1979 Special Issue
Today's Highlight Island (本日のハイライ島 Honjitsu no Hairai Shima) 1979 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump April Special Issue
Tomato, Girl Detective (ギャル刑事トマト Gyaru Keiji Tomato) 1979 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump August Special Issue
Dr. Slump (Dr. スランプ Dokutā Suranpu) 1980–1984 236 chapters in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1980 #5/6 - 1984 #39, assembled into 18 tankōbon, reassembled into 9 aizoban in 1990, 9 bunkobanin 1995, and 15 kanzenban in 2006
Pola & Roid 1981 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1981 #17; Toriyama's prizewinning entry in the 1981 "Jump Readers' Award" competition
Escape 1981 One-shot in Shōnen JumpJanuary 1982 Special Issue
Mad Matic 1982 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1982 #12; Toriyama's entry in the 1982 "Jump Readers' Award" competition
Pink 1982 One-shot in Fresh Jump December 1982 issue
Hetappi Manga Kenkyūjo 1982–1984 1 tankōbonoriginally serialized in Fresh Jump, drawing lesson co-authored with Akira Sakuma
Chobit 1983 2 one-shots in Weekly Shōnen Jump and Fresh Jump
Dragon Boy (騎竜少年 Doragon Bōi) 1983 2 one-shots in Fresh Jump
The Adventure of Tongpoo (トンプー大冒険 Tonpū Dai Bōken) 1983 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater Vol.1 1983 1 tankōbon, collects previously published one-shots
Dragon Ball 1984–1995 519 chapters and one extra chapter in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1984 #51 - 1995 #25, compiled into 42 tankōbon, reassembled into 34 kanzenban in 2002 with an altered ending, and 18 sōshūhenin 2016
Mr. Ho (Mr.ホー) 1986 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1986 #49
Lady Red 1987 One-shot in Super Jump #2
Kennosuke-sama(剣之介さま) 1987 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1987 #38
Sonchoh 1987 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump 1988 #05
Mamejirō (豆次郎くん Mamejirō-kun) 1988 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater Vol.2 1988 1 tankōbon, collects previously published one-shots
Clear Skies, Karamaru (空丸くん日本晴れKaramaru-kun Nihonbare) 1989 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Rocky 1989 One-shot in Dōjinshi Neko Jū Jisha to Sono Yūjin-tachi (猫十字社の同人誌), a collection of works by different artists.
Wolf 1990 One-shot, published in the art book Akira Toriyama: The World
Cashman – Saving Soldier (貯金戦士 CASHMAN) 1990–1991 3 one-shots in V Jump
Dub & Peter 1 1992–1993 4 one-shots in V Jump
Go! Go! Ackman 1993–1994 11 one-shots in V Jump
Alien X-Peke (宇宙人ペケ Uchūjin Peke) 1996 Two chapters in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Tokimecha 1996–1997 Three chapters in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Bubul and the Majin Village (魔人村のBUBUL Majin Mura no Bubul) 1997 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump; Toriyama's winning entry in the revived "JumpReaders' Cup ’97" competition, and prototype for his series Cowa!
Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater Vol.3 1997 1 tankōbon, collects previously published one-shots
Cowa! 1997–1998 14 chapters serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump, collected in 1 tankōbon
Kajika 1998 12 chapters serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump, collected in 1 tankōbon
Mahimahi the Lungfish (ハイギョのマヒマヒ Haigyo no Mahimahi) 1999 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Neko Majin 1999–2005 3 one-shots in Weekly Shōnen Jump and 5 one-shots in Monthly Shōnen Jump, collected into 1 kanzenban
Hyowtam (ヒョータム Hyōtamu) 2000 One-shot drawn entirely on a computer for E-Jump, a special edition of Weekly Shōnen Jumpfocusing on electronics.
Sand Land 2000 14 chapters serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump, collected into 1 tankōbon
This is the Police Station in front of Dragon Park on Planet Namek (こちらナメック星ドラゴン公園前派出所 Kochira Namekku-sei Dragon Kōen-mae Hashutsujo) 2006 1 chapter of Super Kochikame(超こち亀 Chō Kochikame), Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujoand Dragon Ballcrossover with Osamu Akimotofor 30th anniversary of Kochikame.
Cross Epoch 2006 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump, Dragon Balland One Piececrossover with Eiichiro Oda
Dr. Mashirito – Abale-chan(Dr.MASHIRITO ABALEちゃん) 2007 One-shot in Monthly Shōnen Jump
Sachie-chan Good!! (さちえちゃんグー!! Sachie-chan Gū!!) 2008 One-shot in Jump SQ, art by Masakazu Katsura
Delicious Island's Mr. U (おいしい島のウーさま Oishii Shima no Ū-sama) 2009 One-shot in the pamphlet Saishū Senryaku Biosphere (最終戦略 バイオスフィア) for 2030 Magazine
Jiya (JIYA -ジヤ-) 2009–2010 3 chapters in Weekly Young Jump, art by Masakazu Katsura
Kintoki (KINTOKI-金目族のトキ-Kintoki - Kinmezoku no Toki) 2010 One-shot in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Jaco the Galactic Patrolman 2013 11 chapters serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump, collected into 1 tankōbon

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