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The writer-artist team of Akito Takagi and Moritaka Mashiro, better known by their pseudonym Muto Ashirogi, are one step closer to becoming world-renowned mangaka with the serialization of their new manga, "Detective Trap." Serialization, on the other hand, is only the first step for Mashiro. Mashiro must continue his efforts to popularize Ashirogi's work, having promised to marry his childhood sweetheart and aspiring voice actress, Azuki Miho, once his manga is adapted into an anime. A fiercely competitive cast of ambitious mangaka, including Eiji Niizuma, the wild genius; Yuriko Aoki, the elegant student, and her older admirer and partner, Takurou Nakai; Kazuya Hiramaru, the lazy prodigy; and Shinta Fukuda, the abrasive artist, both support and compete against Muto Ashirogi in creating the next big hit.
The dynamic duo struggle to maintain their current serialization, secure the top spot in Shounen Jack, and eventually achieve an anime adaptation of their manga as they adjust to their young and seemingly untested new editor. Bakuman has made new enemies and friends. Takagi and Mashiro's inspiring story of hard work and young love continues in the second season.
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Bakuman (stylized as Bakuman ()) is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, who also worked on Death Note. From August 2008 to April 2012, it was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shnen Jump magazine, with 176 chapters collected into 20 tankbon volumes. Moritaka Mashiro, a talented artist, and Akito Takagi, an aspiring writer, are two ninth-grade boys who want to be manga artists, with Mashiro as the artist and Takagi as the writer. Some of the characters are based on real-life Weekly Shnen Jump authors and editors, and many of the manga titles mentioned in Bakuman have been published in the magazine.
It is Shueisha's first manga to be released in multiple languages online before being published in print outside of Japan. The manga was licensed for English release in North America by Viz Media in 2009. In addition to collecting the series, they also published it in their online manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha.
From October 2010 to March 2013, NHK-E broadcasted a 75-episode anime television adaptation of J.C.Staff's series for three seasons. In October of 2015, a live-action film adaptation was released.
Bakuman was the seventh best-selling manga series of 2011 and the tenth best-selling manga series of 2012, with over 15 million copies in print by May 2014.
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