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Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of ‘hard work’ … coming sick of the manga artist

Become one mangaka fame is also not easy for cam. Because after being launched, tThe comic will have to be released constantly until it is over. Therefore, mangaka will have to work very hard to maintain the frequency of work in order to timely launch weekly.

The following 6 mangaka stories will help you have a more general, insightful and sympathetic look at the hard work of a manga artist:

1. Eiichiro Oda, author of One Piece

According to Soranews, Oda revealed in a magazine article that his “normal” everyday life is summed up like this: “Wake up at 5 am and start working. little to eat lunch and dinner, then work and sleep at 2am. ” Specifically, artist Eiichiro Oda had to work continuously from 21-22 hours per day for 6 days a week. Normally, Oda sleeps from 2 am to 5 am and works from then until 2 am the next day.

    Unbelievable, right? If this was a ‘normal’ schedule, it would not be the daily schedule he worked on for a year. Incredibly, this schedule is 6 days a week and so on and off during holidays (except for special occasions like New Year’s Day).

    2. Masashi Kishimoto, author of Naruto

    Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of hard work coming sick of the manga artist | Manga/Film

    Naruto shouldn’t be the story of the ninja world. Before the hit manga came out, Kishimoto’s original Naruto story went in a completely different direction, about a teenager named Naruto who specializes in Ramen noodles. But this cooking manga was rejected so the author changed the topic about ghosts / monsters in which Naruto – a fox boy living under the guise of a human boy.

    Eventually, the story was completely changed from the original idea, Naruto became a boy with a sealed Nine-Tails inside. And when manga Naruto was released, it has become one of the most famous manga titles of all time.

    3. Tite Kubo, author of Bleach

    Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of hard work coming sick of the manga artist | Manga/Film

    Imagine a series that used to be a candidate for the three most popular Shonen comics in Shueisha for a while, suddenly being told that it would end soon. Yes, that is exactly the case with Bleach and its mangaka, Tite Kubo. Tite Kubo once explained that the reason for the ending of Bleach was partly due to his wishes.

    However, before that, this author was constantly hospitalized in the middle of the series, not to mention the super short conversations in the manga that made people doubt the truth of the explanation.

    4. Hajime Isayama, author of Attack on Titan

    Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of hard work coming sick of the manga artist | Manga/Film

    The battle to complete the Attack on Titan manga became a struggle for its own mangaka, Hajime Isayama. A documentary proves that Isayama was once depressed when he decided to end the story of Eren’s struggle, to the point where the documentary showed Isayama silent, staring at nothingness throughout. half an hour and hardly do anything. Luckily, the Attack on Titan manga seems to have reached a climax and could end in 2020.

    5. Yoshihiro Togashi, author of Hunter x Hunter

    Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of hard work coming sick of the manga artist | Manga/Film

    Yoshihiro Togashi has been praised by fans as “The Lord Deferring” because he has been suspending his story all day long. Even this mangaka does not leave any reason or an appointment for any “indefinite” suspension. In turn, the fans only sighed in disgust because they became accustomed to waiting. The fact that Hunter X Hunter was released a few chapters and then postponed indefinitely has become a meal. But I also have to sympathize with the author because Togashi is sick all the time.

    6. Daisuke Ashihara, author of World Trigger

    Oda only slept for 3 hours and 6 stories of hard work coming sick of the manga artist | Manga/Film

    Daisuke Ashihara’s World Trigger manga was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump magazine. But since its launch, the author has had to delay quite a few times because his health problem is not guaranteed.

    In short, although your work has been accepted at Weekly Shonen Jump – Japan’s largest comic magazine, it is still not entirely fortunate. Because health problems always affect the work progress of the mangaka.

    [ Æsir Tales ]
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