Manga Artist Gosaku Outa Passes Away at 74 Due to COVID-19

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Manga Artist Gosaku Outa Passes Away at 74 Due to COVID-19

Manga Artist Gosaku Outa Passes Away at 74 Due to COVID-19

The authority Twitter for Shogakukan’s manga magazine Televi-Kun declared on January 2 that manga craftsman Gosaku Outa died on December 12, 2022. He was 74.

As per Sponichi, his family said that he was getting clinical treatment at an office in Gunma Prefecture. Toward the finish of November, he was raced to the trauma center subsequent to being tried positive for Coronavirus. He created pneumonia and didn’t get back. The burial service and goodbye function were at that point held with his closest relative.

Subsequent to functioning as a collaborator to Shotaro Ishinomori, he made his presentation in 1969 with a shoujo manga Beau Yai! (under the name of Junichiro Yamagami). He was notable for his comicaliztion works of the Mazinger anime series during the 1970s, like Mazinger Z, Extraordinary Mazinger, and UFO Robot Grendizer. Those works were profoundly viewed as unbelievable works among certain fans on account of his own remarkable innovation that varied from the anime. He likewise filled in as the first story maker for the robot anime series in 1976-1977, Groizer X.

Manga Artist Gosaku Outa Passes Away at 74 Due to COVID-19

Manga Artist Gosaku Outa Passes Away at 74 Due to COVID-19
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