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Haruka Takachiho (高千穂 遙, Takachiho Haruka) (born November 7, 1951 as Kimiyoshi Takekawa (竹川 公訓, Takekawa Kimiyoshi) in Nagoya, Japan) is a Japanese science fiction author and founder of Studio Nue. Takachiho is best known as the creator of Crusher Joe, Dirty Pair and Dirty Pair Flash. Helen McCarthy in 500 Essential Anime Movies called him one of Japan's leading pulp novelists

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  • Haruka Takachiho (高千穂 遙, Takachiho Haruka) (born November 7, 1951 as Kimiyoshi Takekawa (竹川 公訓, Takekawa Kimiyoshi) in Nagoya, Japan) is a Japanese science fiction author and founder of Studio Nue. Takachiho is best known as the creator of Crusher Joe, Dirty Pair and Dirty Pair Flash. Helen McCarthy in 500 Essential Anime Movies called him one of Japan's leading pulp novelists Takachiho established the anime production house Studio Nue in 1972, working as an anime producer and scenario writer, while still a student at Hosei University. He graduated three years later, in 1975, in social science. In 1977 Takachiho made his authorial debut with his novel "Crusher Joe: Rentai Wakusei Pizan no Kiki" ("Crusher Joe: Crisis on Solidarity Planet Pizan"). Two of Takachiho's stories have won Seiun Awards, "Daatipea no Dai Boken" ("Great Adventure of The Dirty Pair") for Best Japanese Short Story in 1980, and "Dirty Pair no Dai Gyakuten" ("The Dirty Pair Strike Again") for Best Japanese Novel in 1986. He held the title of Executive Secretary of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of Japan (SFWJ) until the end of 1997. (en)
  • Haruka Takachiho (高千穂 遙, Takachiho Haruka), né le 7 novembre 1951 à Nagoya (Japon), est un romancier japonais, auteur de science-fiction. (fr)
  • 高千穂 遙(たかちほ はるか、1951年11月7日 -)は、日本の小説家(SF作家)、脚本家、漫画原作者。男性。自転車通勤・自転車通学コミック「じてつう」原作者としては小田原浩二を名乗る。愛知県名古屋市生まれ。本名は竹川公訓(たけかわ きみよし)。 (ja)
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  • Kimiyoshi Takekawa (en)
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  • Best Japanese Novel at the 1986 Seiun Awards for Dirty Pair no Dai Gyakuten (en)
  • Best Japanese Short Story at the 1980 Seiun Awards for Daatipea no Dai Boken (en)
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  • Haruka Takachiho (高千穂 遙, Takachiho Haruka), né le 7 novembre 1951 à Nagoya (Japon), est un romancier japonais, auteur de science-fiction. (fr)
  • 高千穂 遙(たかちほ はるか、1951年11月7日 -)は、日本の小説家(SF作家)、脚本家、漫画原作者。男性。自転車通勤・自転車通学コミック「じてつう」原作者としては小田原浩二を名乗る。愛知県名古屋市生まれ。本名は竹川公訓(たけかわ きみよし)。 (ja)
  • Haruka Takachiho (高千穂 遙, Takachiho Haruka) (born November 7, 1951 as Kimiyoshi Takekawa (竹川 公訓, Takekawa Kimiyoshi) in Nagoya, Japan) is a Japanese science fiction author and founder of Studio Nue. Takachiho is best known as the creator of Crusher Joe, Dirty Pair and Dirty Pair Flash. Helen McCarthy in 500 Essential Anime Movies called him one of Japan's leading pulp novelists (en)
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