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{{translation|'''Yūichi Itakura'''|板倉 雄一|Itakura Yūichi}} born February 15, 1982, is a Japanese [[Manga:Mangaka|mangaka]] and former assistant to [[Masashi Kishimoto]]. He also worked as an assistant on [[Manga:Takehiko Inoue|Takehiko Inoue]]'s ''[[Manga:Real (manga)|Real]]'' and [[Manga:Hideo Yamamoto|Hideo Yamamoto]]'s ''[[Manga:Ichi the Killer|Ichi the Killer]]''. Following his work on ''Naruto'', he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series ''Hand's'', which was serialized in [[Manga:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shonen Jump]] from 2006 to 2007.
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{{translation|'''Yūichi Itakura'''|板倉 雄一|Itakura Yūichi}}, born February 15, 1982, is a Japanese [[Manga:Mangaka|mangaka]] and former assistant to [[Masashi Kishimoto]]. He also worked as an assistant on [[Manga:Takehiko Inoue|Takehiko Inoue]]'s ''[[Manga:Real (manga)|Real]]'' and [[Manga:Hideo Yamamoto|Hideo Yamamoto]]'s ''[[Manga:Ichi the Killer|Ichi the Killer]]''. Following his work on ''Naruto'', he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series ''Hand's'', which was serialized in [[Manga:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shonen Jump]] from 2006 to 2007.
   
 
== Works ==
 
== Works ==

Revision as of 03:33, January 22, 2013

Yūichi Itakura (板倉 雄一, Itakura Yūichi), born February 15, 1982, is a Japanese mangaka and former assistant to Masashi Kishimoto. He also worked as an assistant on Takehiko Inoue's Real and Hideo Yamamoto's Ichi the Killer. Following his work on Naruto, he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series Hand's, which was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2006 to 2007.

Works

  • Hand's pilot (2005, Akamaru Jump Summer)
  • Hand's (2006-2007, Weekly Shonen Jump)
  • Invisible Boy (2008, Akamaru Jump Spring)

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