Fujiko Fujio A. – Memorial Box – Best & Uncollection

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This is Fujiko Fujio A’s first deluxe boxed set. It consists of a two-volume permanent collection: the “Best Collection,” which gathers his representative works, and the “Unrecorded Collection,” which includes works that can only be read in this book.

It also fully reproduces the color pages of each work when they were published in magazines.

[Best Collection] Content Introduction
Front matter: Fujiko Fujio A Memorial Photo Collection
1: Ninja Hattori-kun
2: The Laughing Salesman
3: The Monster Kid
4: Black Company Henkiro
5: Pro Golfer Saru
6: Mataro is Coming!!
7: Futa-kun
8: Love Thief
9: Tomorrow is Sunday and the day after tomorrow too…
10: Manga Michi
11: Love… When I knew it…Youth of Maga Michio
※Each work includes an explanation by the author himself

[Unrecorded Collection] Content Introduction
Front matter: Fujiko Fujio A Memorial Illustration Collection
1: “Manga Michi Special” commemorating the 101st issue of CoroCoro Comic
2: “Until I Meet the Dream,” a commemorative work for the movie “Shonen Jidai”
3: “Mataro Takes Flight,” featuring an adult Mataro
4: “Pro Golfer Saru FOREVER,” depicting the future of the monkey
5: The phantom final episode of Hattori-kun, “Farewell! Hattori-kun”
6: “Perman’s Days,” chronicling daily life from 1978 to 1980 (excerpts, 33 stories)
7: “Rolling Along with CoroCoro Comic, 30 Years of Manga Michi”

Release Date:
December, 2023

Author profile

Fujiko Fujio A.

Born as Motoo Abiko on March 10, 1934, in Himi City, Toyama Prefecture. He began collaborating on manga with Hiroshi Fujimoto (Fujiko F. Fujio) during his junior high school days in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture.

He debuted in 1951 with “Tenshi no Tamachan.” He released numerous works under the pen name Fujiko Fujio.

In 1988, he dissolved the partnership and started anew as Fujiko Fujio A.

He served as an advisor to the Japan Cartoonists Association and honorary director of the Toyama Prefectural Museum of the Future for Children. In 2008, he received the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette, and in 2014, he was awarded the Special Award of the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize for “Manga Michi” and “Ai…Shirisomeshi Koro ni…”

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Weight 1501 g

Fujiko Fujio A.


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