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{{Infobox
|title = Sasaki
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|image = [[File:Bakuman-xxii 04.jpg|300px]]
|image = [[File:02_(1).jpg|250px]]
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|name = Hisashi Sasaki
|name = Sasaki
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|kanji = 佐々木尚
|gender = male
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|romanji = Sasaki Hisashi
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|age = 46 <br> 56 (End)
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|gender = Male
 
|eyes = Black
 
|eyes = Black
 
|hair = Black
 
|hair = Black
|occupation = Editor-in-Chief
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|occupation = [[Editor-in-Chief]]
|stories = Super Hero Legend(presumably)
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|stories = Super Hero Legend (Editor)
|magazines = Shonen Jump
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|magazines = [[Weekly Shōnen Jump]] (Previously)
|marital status = single
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Hissho Jump (Currently)
|manga debut = Conditions and Moving to Tokyo(Chapter 9)
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|marital status = Single
}}Sasaki is the Editor-in-Chief at [[Shonen Jump]]. He has the final word most of the time when it comes to manga.
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|relatives = Unknown
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|education = Unknown
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|manga debut = Conditions and Moving to Tokyo (Chapter 9)
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|anime debut = Dreams and Reality (Episode 1)
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|video game debut = N/A
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|japanese voice = [[wikipedia:Kenyuu Horiuchi|Kenyuu Horiuchi]]
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|english voice = [[wikipedia:Dan Green|Dan Green]]
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}}
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'''Hisashi Sasaki''' (Born February 22, 1963 in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunma_Prefecture Gunma-ken], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan Japan]), was formerly the [[Editor-in-Chief]] at [[Weekly Shōnen Jump]] before he was transferred over and became the Editor-in-Chief of the newly created monthly manga magazine Hissho Jump.
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==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Sasaki wears glasses and has a small moustache.
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Sasaki wears glasses and has a small moustache. He wears professional clothing, unlike the other editors who wear casual clothing in the office, showing that he may believe that clothing reflects how one thinks.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Sasaki seems very wise to how manga works, and for the most part is very level-headed.
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Sasaki seems very wise to how manga works, and for the most part is very level-headed. Once he makes a decision, he sticks to it until convinced otherwise, be it putting [[Ashirogi Muto]] on hiatus until they graduate or voting against [[PCP]] 's serialization. It was said by [[Heishi]] that Sasaki was hotheaded in his career as a mangaka like [[Fukuda]], often shouting loudly that "editors don't know anything."
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Sasaki believe that a Mangaka blame their editor or the editorial department for their lack of success is cowardly When Takahama ask Sasaki to Change Editor because he believe that Miura is not let him draw what he want Sasaki state that Takahama is admiting that he lack enough talent and state that any Good Shonen Manga will be accepted as is it and it not because he does not have the abillity to do so and will not change Takahama editor and it not because he get Miura as his editor not because he was new state it applied to new and old alike and advise him to create an manga that will make Miura agree
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He used to work alongside [[Mashiro Nobuhiro]] (being his editor at one stage) to whom he had great respect for and still does to the present day. He was very sad to be the one who had to break the news to Nobuhiro about the end of his contract. His catchphrase "Manga just needs to be interesting. If it's interesting, it will get serialized" were the last words Nobuhiro ever spoke to him and it is those words that seem to have had a great impact upon his personality. His respect is perhaps best demonstrated when he himself decides to give feedback to both Mashiro and Takagi, knowing Mashiro is the nephew of Nobuhiro.
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==Plot==
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==Relationship==
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===Nobuhiro Mashiro===
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===Yoshihisa Heishi===
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===Moritaka Mashiro===
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==Trivia==
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* His favorite (real life) manga is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rurouni_Kenshin Rurouni Kenshin] by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobuhiro_Watsuki Nobuhiro Watsuki], which he had also edited.
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* In real life, he edited Kochi-Kame (by Osamu Akimoto) for a short period of time, as well as Rurouni Kenshin (by Nobuhiro Watsuki).
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* In real life, he uses the US Twitter and posts tweets of Jump fictional characters' birthdays, as well as announcements from WSJ. He is a regular guest on the official English Shonen Jump Podcast, appearing on most episodes.
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* In Chapter 148, he reveals that he was indeed the editor of Nobuhiro Mashiro (at least when Super Hero Legends was serialized). This had been previously speculated by fans.
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[[Category:Editors]]
 
[[Category:Editors]]
 
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[[Category:Assistant Executive Editor]]
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[[Category:Assistant Editor in chief]]
[[Category:Executive Editor]]
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[[Category:Editor in chief]]

Latest revision as of 08:45, January 25, 2020

Hisashi Sasaki (Born February 22, 1963 in Gunma-ken, Japan), was formerly the Editor-in-Chief at Weekly Shōnen Jump before he was transferred over and became the Editor-in-Chief of the newly created monthly manga magazine Hissho Jump.

AppearanceEdit

Sasaki wears glasses and has a small moustache. He wears professional clothing, unlike the other editors who wear casual clothing in the office, showing that he may believe that clothing reflects how one thinks.

PersonalityEdit

Sasaki seems very wise to how manga works, and for the most part is very level-headed. Once he makes a decision, he sticks to it until convinced otherwise, be it putting Ashirogi Muto on hiatus until they graduate or voting against PCP 's serialization. It was said by Heishi that Sasaki was hotheaded in his career as a mangaka like Fukuda, often shouting loudly that "editors don't know anything."

Sasaki believe that a Mangaka blame their editor or the editorial department for their lack of success is cowardly When Takahama ask Sasaki to Change Editor because he believe that Miura is not let him draw what he want Sasaki state that Takahama is admiting that he lack enough talent and state that any Good Shonen Manga will be accepted as is it and it not because he does not have the abillity to do so and will not change Takahama editor and it not because he get Miura as his editor not because he was new state it applied to new and old alike and advise him to create an manga that will make Miura agree

He used to work alongside Mashiro Nobuhiro (being his editor at one stage) to whom he had great respect for and still does to the present day. He was very sad to be the one who had to break the news to Nobuhiro about the end of his contract. His catchphrase "Manga just needs to be interesting. If it's interesting, it will get serialized" were the last words Nobuhiro ever spoke to him and it is those words that seem to have had a great impact upon his personality. His respect is perhaps best demonstrated when he himself decides to give feedback to both Mashiro and Takagi, knowing Mashiro is the nephew of Nobuhiro.

PlotEdit

RelationshipEdit

Nobuhiro MashiroEdit

Yoshihisa HeishiEdit

Moritaka MashiroEdit

TriviaEdit

  • His favorite (real life) manga is Rurouni Kenshin by Nobuhiro Watsuki, which he had also edited.
  • In real life, he edited Kochi-Kame (by Osamu Akimoto) for a short period of time, as well as Rurouni Kenshin (by Nobuhiro Watsuki).
  • In real life, he uses the US Twitter and posts tweets of Jump fictional characters' birthdays, as well as announcements from WSJ. He is a regular guest on the official English Shonen Jump Podcast, appearing on most episodes.
  • In Chapter 148, he reveals that he was indeed the editor of Nobuhiro Mashiro (at least when Super Hero Legends was serialized). This had been previously speculated by fans.
All Characters
Shōnen Jump / Shōnen Jack
Mangakas

Moritaka Mashiro + Akito Takagi = Muto Ashirogi | Eiji Niizuma | Yuriko Aoki | Shinta Fukuda | Kazuya Hiramaru | Takuro Nakai | Aiko Iwase | Shoyo Takahama | Shun Shiratori | Toru Nanamine | Koji Makaino | Mikihiko Azuma | Nobuhiro Mashiro | Kisaku Arai | Ryu Shizuka | Hino Kunimi | Ikiki Kajiwara | Kyoichi Murasaki | Kyotaro Hibiki | Shigure Yanagi | Shun Hanshaki

Assistants

Ichiriki Orihara | Natsumi Kato | Naoto Ogawa | Shinta Fukuda | Shoyo Takahama | Shuichi Moriya | Shun Shiratori | Takuro Nakai | Yasuoka

Editors

Akira Hattori | Goro Miura | Hisashi Sasaki | Kim Songyu | Koji Yoshida | Masakazu Yamahisa | Yoshihisa Heishi | Yujiro Hattori | Tatsuro Kosugi

Family / Friends / Classmates
Azuki family

Miyuki Haruno Azuki | Miho Azuki | Mina Azuki

Mashiro Family

Masahiro Mashiro | Kayoko Mashiro | Moritaka Mashiro | Nobuhiro Mashiro | Fumi Mashiro

Miyoshi Family

Yosshi Miyoshi | Kaya Miyoshi

Takagi Family

Akito Takagi's Father | Akito Takagi's Mother | Akito Takagi | Akito Takagi's Brother | Kaya Miyoshi

Classmates

Hidemitsu Ishizawa

Others
Studio 92

Ehara | Tonaka | Ōbayashi | Tamiya

Together Movies

Gotō and Furuike

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