Doraemon Co-Creator Fujiko Fujio Cause Of Death? How Did He Die? Japanese Manga Artist Dies At 88

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The cause of death of Doraemon co-creator Fujiko Fujio? How did he die?Japanese manga artist dies at 88, #Doraemon #CoCreator #Fujiko #Fujio #Death #Die #Japanese #Manga #Artist #Dies Welcome to OLASSMED IA TV BLOGThis is what we have for you today:

The popular Japanese cartoonist Fujiko Fujio, whose real name is Azizi Bennan, died at the age of 88. He is known for creating beloved children’s manga such as “Ninja Hattori” and “Kim Q Taro”. In addition, he is the creator of the popular animation “Doraemon”. According to reports, the cartoonist passed away on the morning of Thursday, April 7, 2022. Fujiko was found dead at her home in Kawasaki, near Tokyo, according to police. Needless to say, the news of his sudden death shocked everyone. Tribute posts and condolences flooded social media. Here’s everything we know about Fujiko Fuji.

Around 8:40 a.m., police received a call that someone had collapsed at the artist’s home, but Fujiko was dead by the time authorities arrived. Police are investigating the circumstances of Fujiko’s death, although a quick check showed he had no suspicious injuries or wounds. However, officials declined to confirm the reports. It looks like an investigation is underway to find out what really happened to the artist.

When the news came out, people expressed their grief. Heartbreak to all who knew and worked with him, to say the least. According to sources, Fujiko A is best known for his collaboration with Fujiko F. Fujio, whose real name is Hiroshi Fujimoto, as Fujiko Fujio, a collective pseudonym. The world-famous Doraemon manga, about the titular robot cat from the future and his relationship with the young man Nobita, was created by the duo. From 1970 to 1996, comics were published.

Before their split in 1987, Abiko went by the alias Fujiko Fujio A, while Fujimoto went by the alias Fujiko Fujio F (named after Fujiko F. Fujio). In 1996, Fujimoto passed away. Abiko has also created many successful manga series such as Warau Salesman, Ninja Hattori-Kun, Pro Golfer Saru and Kaibutsu-Kun. Without a doubt, Ninja Hattori is one of the most popular cartoons that still runs and entertains most people today.

Let’s add that Ninja Hattori inspired a TV anime that is said to run from 1981 to 1987. It also inspired three animated films from 1982 to 1984 and a live-action film in 2004. Almost every cartoon has inspired several movies and TV animations. As of now, the cause of Fujiko Fujiko’s death has not been announced. Our team would like to express our heartfelt tribute to the cartoonist and our condolences to his family.

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