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Maguro Fujita (藤田 まぐろ Fujita Maguro?, born March 6, 1971) is a Japanese manga artist. Her manga are typically shōjo works that are serialized in Ribon magazine. She is best-known for writing Kero Kero Chime which was adapted into a 30 episodes anime series by the Studio Comet.[1]

Published works

  • Kero Kero Chime (1996-1997, serialized in Ribon, Shueisha)[2][3]
  • Twinkle Tiara (1999, Shueisha)[4]
  • Neringu Project (2000, Shueisha)[5]
  • Kyūketsu byōin e ikō! (1996, Shueisha)[6]
  • Emi yu ranpu (2001-2002, Shueisha)[7][8]
  • Shinigami-kun no Oshigoto (2002, Shueisha)[9]
  • Maigo no Kemonotachi (2004, Shueisha)[10]
  • P Angel (2005, Shueisha)[11][12]
  • Shizuka Hakkenden (2006, Shueisha)[13]
  • Happy Pharmacy
  • Taiyou ga ippai
  • N.G. heroine
  • Kawaiteki shinigami

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External links

ca:Maguro Fujitapl:Fujita Maguro

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