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Hiroshi Nagai (永井 博, Nagai Hiroshi, born March 10, 1941 in Shanghai, China), better known by the pseudonym Yasutaka Nagai (永井 泰宇, Nagai Yasutaka), is a Chinese-born Japanese novelist, manga author and scenario writer. He is one of the four brothers of manga artist Go Nagai. When working as a comic writer, he usually takes yet another pen name, that of Hiroshi Koenji. He wrote several comics for both his brother Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa, such as Maboroshi Panty, Haru Ichiban and Shinrei Tantei Occult Dan, among others.

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  • ياسوتاكا ناغاي (باليابانية: 永井泰宇) (10 مارس 1941، شانغهاي في الصين)؛ مانغاكا وروائي صيني-ياباني. (ar)
  • 永井 泰宇(ながい やすたか、1941年3月10日 - )は、日本の小説家、漫画原作者、シナリオライター。 ダイナミック・プロ所属。漫画原作者としては高円寺 博(こうえんじ ひろし)のペンネームも用いた。 (ja)
  • Hiroshi Nagai (永井 博, Nagai Hiroshi, born March 10, 1941 in Shanghai, China), better known by the pseudonym Yasutaka Nagai (永井 泰宇, Nagai Yasutaka), is a Chinese-born Japanese novelist, manga author and scenario writer. He is one of the four brothers of manga artist Go Nagai. In 1969, he was a candidate for the Edogawa Rampo Prize for his novel Baptism of Blood (鮮血のバプテスマ Senketsu no Baputesuma), written under the pen name Baku Nagai (the onyomi reading of his birth name), but lost to Seiichi Morimura. He abandoned his activities as a writer, for a time, with the establishment of Dynamic Production. He would re-debut as a writer in 1981 with Shin Devilman (not to be confused with the manga of similar name with which he also collaborated). When working as a comic writer, he usually takes yet another pen name, that of Hiroshi Koenji. He wrote several comics for both his brother Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa, such as Maboroshi Panty, Haru Ichiban and Shinrei Tantei Occult Dan, among others. (en)
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  • Hiroshi Koenji (高円寺博), Baku Nagai (永井ばく) (en)
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  • Hiroshi Nagai (en)
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  • 1941-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • Hiroshi Nagai (en)
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  • Yasutaka Nagai (en)
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  • novelist, Manga writer, Scenario writer (en)
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  • Hiroshi Koenji , Baku Nagai (en)
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  • ياسوتاكا ناغاي (باليابانية: 永井泰宇) (10 مارس 1941، شانغهاي في الصين)؛ مانغاكا وروائي صيني-ياباني. (ar)
  • 永井 泰宇(ながい やすたか、1941年3月10日 - )は、日本の小説家、漫画原作者、シナリオライター。 ダイナミック・プロ所属。漫画原作者としては高円寺 博(こうえんじ ひろし)のペンネームも用いた。 (ja)
  • Hiroshi Nagai (永井 博, Nagai Hiroshi, born March 10, 1941 in Shanghai, China), better known by the pseudonym Yasutaka Nagai (永井 泰宇, Nagai Yasutaka), is a Chinese-born Japanese novelist, manga author and scenario writer. He is one of the four brothers of manga artist Go Nagai. When working as a comic writer, he usually takes yet another pen name, that of Hiroshi Koenji. He wrote several comics for both his brother Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa, such as Maboroshi Panty, Haru Ichiban and Shinrei Tantei Occult Dan, among others. (en)
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  • Yasutaka Nagai (en)
  • ياسوتاكا ناغاي (ar)
  • 永井泰宇 (ja)
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