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Kazu Kibuishi

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Known for his primary comic anthology collection known as Flight, that was posted in eight amounts between 2004 and 2011. He also made the webcomic Copper, which until 2009, was released on his personal website. He graduated along with his Bachelor of Arts level in film research from School of California, Santa Barbara in 2000. He offered as the artwork movie director for the school’s paper, The Daily Nexus, for over 3 years. This led him to seeking art regular. In 2008, the initial reserve in his Amulet visual book series debuted, which garnered him popular acclaim. In 2013, he drew the addresses for the 15th model from the Harry Potter series. He transferred to the united states in 1982 along with his mom and his sibling. He and his wife, fellow illustrator Amy Kim Ganter, possess two children called Juni and Sophie jointly. He and fellow illustrator and writer Kate Beaton possess both been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Honours for Best Image Books & Comics.

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Full Name Kazu Kibuishi
Date Of Birth April 8, 1978
Place Of Birth Tokyo, Japan
Profession Comic Book Artist
Education University of California, Santa Barbara
Nationality American
Nominations Goodreads Choice Awards Best Graphic Novels & Comics
Star Sign Aries

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Art Department

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Adventures Into Digital Comics2006Documentary art contributor

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Me vs. Comic-Con: Who's Better?2007ShortHimself

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