ISHINOMORI Shotaro

  • Mutant Sabu
    Sabu is a mutant boy that uses his newly discovered inner powers to fight against a band of criminals and terrorist organizations.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Cyborg 009
    Cyborg 009 is the story of a half-Japanese juvenile delinquent, Shimamura Joe AKA 'Cyborg 009.' 'Black Ghost,' a top-secret organization bent on promoting global warfare, kidnaps Joe along with eight other unwanted members of society from the four corners of the world and turns them into cyborgs. Though the organization intends to turn the group into super-powered killing machines, it's not long before Joe and his new companions rebel against Black Ghost and make their escape with the help of an old scientist.
    Once Joe and friends have freed themselves, Black Ghost sends a series of other cyborgs and giant robots in hot pursuit. Using their new powers and abilities, our heroes stay one step ahead of Black Ghost and its evil machinations, but can they save the world from its diabolical scheme?
    (: Tokyopop)
    Updated: 2021-09-08
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  • Shin Kamen Rider Spirits
    Updated: 3 months ago
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  • The Legend Of Zelda: A Link to the Past (ISHINOMORI Shotaro)
    There are 3 series of Zelda called "A Link to the Past"
    -A Link to the Past (1992) by Shotaro Ishinomori
    -A Link to the Past (1995) Aka. Triforce of the Gods by Ataru Cagiva
    -A Link to the Past (2005) also Aka. Triforce of the Gods by Akira Himekawa

    This one is the 1st one by Shotaro Ishinomori
    Updated: 2021-08-25
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  • Skull Man
    In the loom of the Cold War shrouding Japan, mysterious murders have been reported in the country. The suspect is a man with a skull-like helmet while being dressed in black with a cape of the same color. Accompanied by a shape shifting beast named Garo, the duo terrify Japanese society without a clear reason why.
    Updated: 2021-08-26
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  • Henshin Ninja Arashi
    Hayate’s father, Tani no Maju (another loyal “Chiguruma Tou” clansman) had discovered and developed the “Ninja Henshin Jitsu” (Ninja Transforming Magic/Techniques) that enabled man to transform into super powerful “Keshin Ninjas” (Spiritual Ninjas) who would be able to summon and utilize their own inner mystical powers. Majin Sai wanted to use this technique to further “Chiguruma Tou’s” cause and make their warriors invincible. Tani No Majyu resisted handing Majin Sai the secrets to this technique believing that in the wrong hands, this technique could pose a monumental threat to Japan. Majin Sai sent one of his “Youkai Ninjas” (Supernatural Ninjas) to steal the secrets of this technique. In the process Tani No Majyu was killed but not before he had shown Hayate the secrets of this process. Enraged, Hayate uses these techniques to tap into his inner mystical powers and becomes the super powered ninja “Arashi” (Storm).
    (Source: MU)
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Kamen Rider Spirits
    A lonely and bleak-spirited police officer named Taki Kazuya works in America, though the fires that once drove him seem to have burnt out. A supernatural attack on children - his friends - revives the fire that once burned brightly within! Together with the help of Kamen Rider 1, Hongo Takeshi, he drives off the threat. However, he learns that there is a greater threat looming on the horizon and sets out to find Kamen Rider 2, Ichimonji Hayato.
    Kamen Rider Spirits is the continuation of the classic Kamen Rider story - a shounen action adventure that tells the tale of upstanding heroes and their fight against evil!
    (Source: B-U Manga)
    Updated: 2021-08-25
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  • Kamen Rider ZO
    Based on the live action movie. Masaru Aso has gone missing from the public, due to being used as a genetic experiment by Doctor Mochizuki in order to create a perfect lifeform. Aso goes to hide in the forests before he was summoned to save Dr. Mochizuki's son, Hiroshi, from being targeted by monsters from Neo Organism.
    Updated: 2021-08-25
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  • Robot Keiji
    The manga version of the live action Robot Keiji tv series.
    The story is about a robot named Robot Detective K dressed in a human Detective outfit fighting kaijin.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Ryuujin Numa
    A collection of six stories by the King of Manga, Shotaro Ishinomori.

    (Source: a1oner/Happy Scans)

    1. Ryuujin Numa
    2. Yoru wa Sen no Me wo Motteiru
    3. Mizuiro no Hoshi
    4. Kiri to Bara to Hoshi to
    5. Kaigara no Yousei
    6. Ryuujin Numa no Shoujo
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Sabu to Ichi Torimonohikae
    The series follows the adventures of Sabu, a young Edo bakufu investigator traveling with the blind master swordsman Ichi. In their travels, they assist the common people in solving mysteries and righting wrongs (usually committed by bandits or corrupt officials). Sabu is engaged to Midori, the daughter of his boss, who works as a police officer for the Tokugawa shogunate.This series won the 1968 Shogakukan Manga Award.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Kamen Rider Black
    After being kidnapped by the cult Gorgom, Kotaro Minami is forced to undergo a mutant surgery with the purpose of becoming the candidate for the next Gorgom Devil King. Kotaro escapes and turns against Gorgom as Kamen Rider Black.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Jinzouningen Kikaider
    The genius robotics professor, Dr. Komyoji has created Jiro (who has the ability to transform into Kikaider) – a humanoid robot tasked with the protection of Dr. Komyoji’s son, Masaru, and daughter, Mitsuko. Gifted with a conscience circuit, which has the power to simulate real emotions that helps to distinguish between “right and wrong”, Jiro must protect Mitsuko and Masaru from the evil Dr. Gil who wants Jiro to join his army and aid in his goal of world domination.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Gilgamesh
    And epic sci-fi story heavily influenced by the Epic of Gilgamesh, as several groups fight for a mysterious power. While a close bother and sister get tied up into the battle unwillingly.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Kamen Rider
    The original Kamen Rider manga inspired by Shotaro's previous work, Skullman, which became the basis for the Live Action 1971 Series which has made an impact on Japanese culture and media, similar to the success of Ultraman.
    Many manga based on the original Masked Rider series have been published, but only a few were penned and drawn by Ishinomori himself.
    The original manga published in 1971 diverged from the plot of the television series in several ways. In the manga, Hongo was outnumbered by twelve Shocker Riders (as opposed to six in the television series) and was subsequently killed. Hayato Ichimonji, one of the twelve Shocker Riders, received a head injury during the fight and regained his conscience as a result. He then turned against Shocker and succeeded Hongo's role as Kamen Rider. However, Hongo was resurrected near the end of the manga story.
    (Source: Wikipedia)
    Updated: 2021-08-25
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  • Skull Man (SHIMAMOTO Kazuhiko)
    They took his family, they took his face, and they took his soul. Locked between the lethal but gorgeous assassin Maria and the mutant Spider Man, the Skull Man digs into the conspiracy that gave birth to his powers and those of his partner, Garo. Haunted by his past, he will not let them stand in the way of his revenge.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Jun - Shotaro no Fantasy World
    A experimental manga series about a boy named Jun and his surreal voyages. The character is a alter-ego of Ishinomori himself.

    (Source: MU)
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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  • Ryuu no Michi
    A young man called Ryu wakes up in a space ship and discovers that the hostile planet inhabited by monsters he has landed upon is actually Earth.
    This manga is about him traveling in order to find civilization.
    Updated: 2020-12-26
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