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Yūji Terajima
Terajima
Diamond no Ace
Author
Bats: Throws:
Kanji 寺嶋 裕二
Characteristics
Gender Male
Age 43
Date of birth 10 May,1974
Place of birth Mannō, Kagawa
Bloodtype O
Height unknown
Weight unknown
Status
Education unknown
Skills great writer and illustrator
First Appearance
Cast

Yūji Terajima (寺嶋 裕二, born 10 May 1974) is a Japanese manga artist. He is the writer and illustrator of the baseball manga, Diamond no Ace (Daiya no A).

HistoryEdit

Previously, he worked as an assistant under Rando Ayamine on the manga serial "Get Backers".[1]

TriviaEdit

  • His inspiration about a “battery” was from the manga “Battery” and “Ookiku Furikabutte” and maybe from Nomura Katsuya’s[2] point of view too, so Miyuki was born from this inspiration.
  • He wanted Furuya to be the anti-pole of Sawamura.
  • He tried to put just 2~3 strong and outstanding characters for each team except Inajitsu and Yakushi’s teams, to make him decide how to end the match easier, because if everyone in the team are strong, the match will take longer and longer time before it ends.
  • He takes photo of himself or his assistants, and also uses the photographs of baseball players as the reference.
  • He had originally planned to end the manga with the Fall Tournament Arc.
  • In an interview, he described Act II as the Second-year Sawamura Arc.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuji_Terajima
  2. Katsuya Nomura was one of Nippon Professional Baseball's greatest catchers.

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