Detective Conan by Gosho Aoyama
Detective Conan

Gosho Aoyama was born in Hokuei in the Tottori Prefecture. He attended the Nihon University College of Art in Tokyo. He began his career as a manga artist after winning a contest in 1986. His first work was 'Chotto Matte', which was published in Shônen Sunday in 1987.

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This was followed by 'Magic Kaito', about a thief, and the light-hearted samurai series 'Yaiba' (1988-93). Later serials include 'Third Baseman No. 4' and his best known work, 'Detective Conan', which is serialized since 1994. 'Detective Conan' is known in English as 'Case Closed'.

Chotto Matte by Gosho Aoyama
Chotto Matte

Laatste update: 2010-02-12

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