Tadashi Kawashima
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Tadashi Kawashima

Tadashi Kawashima ( ?, Kawashima Tadashi) (April 7, 1969 - June 15, 2010[1]) was a Japanese manga artist and manga gensakusha from Ehime Prefecture. He is best known for writing the manga Alive -Saish? Shinkateki Sh?nen-.


Kawashima made his professional debut with Daughter Maker, which ran in K?dansha's Monthly Sh?nen Magazine Z?kan Great. From October 2003 to October 2009, Kawashima collaborated with Adachitoka to create Alive -Saish? Shinkateki Sh?nen-, which was published in K?dansha's Monthly Sh?nen Magazine. Kawashima succumbed to liver cancer on June 15, 2010 and died at the age of 41,[1] having finished Alive on his deathbed.



  1. ^ a b "K?dansha Monthly Sh?nen Magazine editorial department". June 17, 2010. Retrieved 2010.

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