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[[File:Bakuman_Vol_01-02.jpg|right|250px|link=Bakuman Series]]'''''[[Bakuman Series|Bakuman]]''''', stylized as '''''Bakuman。''''' (バクマン。), is a shōnen [[manga]] written by [[Tsugumi Ohba]] and drawn by [[Takeshi Obata]], who also worked together on the popular manga ''Death Note''. The series follows talented artist Moritaka Mashiro and aspiring writer Akito Takagi, two ninth grade boys who wish to become [[mangaka]].
 
[[File:Bakuman_Vol_01-02.jpg|right|250px|link=Bakuman Series]]'''''[[Bakuman Series|Bakuman]]''''', stylized as '''''Bakuman。''''' (バクマン。), is a shōnen [[manga]] written by [[Tsugumi Ohba]] and drawn by [[Takeshi Obata]], who also worked together on the popular manga ''Death Note''. The series follows talented artist Moritaka Mashiro and aspiring writer Akito Takagi, two ninth grade boys who wish to become [[mangaka]].
   
The first chapter was released in Japan on August 11, 2008 serialized in the magazine ''[[Weekly Shōnen Jump]]''. The first volume was released on January 5, 2009 and the final volume was released on July 4, 2012. It was the first manga released online by [[Shueisha]] in multiple languages before becoming available in print outside of Japan. At San Diego Comic-Con International 2009, Viz Media announced they had licensed the series for their Shonen Jump imprint...<br /><center><small>[[Bakuman Series|Read more >]]</small></center>
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The first chapter was released in Japan on August 11, 2008 serialized in the magazine ''[[Weekly Shōnen Jump]]''. The first volume was released on January 5, 2009 and final volume released on July 4, 2012. It is the first manga released online by [[Shueisha]] in multiple languages before becoming available in print outside of Japan. At San Diego Comic-Con International 2009, Viz Media announced they had licensed the series for their Shonen Jump imprint...<br /><center><small>[[Bakuman Series|Read more >]]</small></center>
 
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