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Hideo Yamamoto is a Japanese manga artist.

He received the "Tetsuya Chiba Award", given to promising young manga creators in 1988. After resigning from the post of assistant of a popular seinen manga artist, Kenshi Hirokane, he made his professional debut by drawing "SHEEP" (written by Masahiko Takasho) for Weekly Young Sunday in 1989.

Martial arts are his interest.

Recurring themes in his manga are crime, sexual deviations and human mind.

Before creating Homunculus, Hideo Yamamoto actually lived as a homeless person for sometime in order to be able to credibly include the theme of homelessness in his work.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Hideo Yamamoto is a Japanese manga artist.

He received the "Tetsuya Chiba Award", given to promising young manga creators in 1988. After resigning from the post of assistant of a popular seinen manga artist, Kenshi Hirokane, he made his professional debut by drawing "SHEEP" (written by Masahiko Takasho) for Weekly Young Sunday in 1989.

Martial arts are his interest.

Recurring themes in his manga are crime, sexual deviations and human mind.

Before creating Homunculus, Hideo Yamamoto actually lived as a homeless person for sometime in order to be able to credibly include the theme of homelessness in his work.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Hideo Yamamoto, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

Personal Info

Gender Male

Known Credits 4

Birthday 1968-06-23

Place of Birth Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, Japan

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2009 Stop The Bitch Campaign Version 2.0Comic Book
2002 Ichi The Killer: Episode 0Comic Book
2001 Ichi the KillerComic Book
2001 Stop the Bitch CampaignComic Book

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