[Old News] Jun Sadogawa, a cartoonist known for his 'invincible sign girl', died

It turned out that Jun Sadogawa, a manga artist who serializes 'Amane Warm Up' in the

Weekly Shonen Champion , died before dawn on August 13, 2013. I was 34 years old.

Asahi Shimbun Digital: Manga artist Jun Sadogawa commits suicide or masterpiece 'Invincible sign girl' --Okuyami

Mr. Sadogawa won the Encouragement Award at the 55th Weekly Shonen Champion Rookie Manga Award held in the second half of 2000, and made his serial debut in 2002 Weekly Shonen Champion No. 25 with ' Muteki Kanban Musume '.

After that, the work was serialized until 2006. The comic is 17 volumes in total, and was

made into a TV animation from July to September 2006.

Once the serialization was over, the title was changed to ' Muteki Kanban Musume N (Napalm) ' and serialized until 2007.

From 2008 to 2009, ' PUNISHER ' was serialized, from 2010 to 2012, ' Hanza Sky ' was serialized, and from 2012 Champion No. 52, ' Amane Warm Up' was serialized.

According to media reports, a man passing by Mr. Satogawa, who was unconscious, was found at Tone Water Park in Nakatani, Tone Town, Ibaraki Prefecture, around 5 o'clock on August 13. Although he reported it, he was confirmed dead.

Mr. Satogawa has an account on Twitter, and it seems that he visited the Comiket venue on August 10th.

Jun Sadogawa (amanewarm) uses Twitter

The obituary was posted on the official website of Akita Shoten, which publishes the Weekly Shonen Champion that Mr. Sadogawa had serialized.

Jun Sadogawa Obituary | Akita Shoten

According to this, the manuscript has been completed up to the scheduled publication of No. 39, and the manuscripts for No. 38 and No. 39 will be announced in sequence, taking into account the intentions of the bereaved family.

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