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Tite Kubo
久保 帯人
Born (1977-06-26) June 26, 1977 (age 39)
Hiroshima, Japan
Area(s) Manga artist
Notable works
Bleach
Zombiepowder.
Spouse(s) unknown (m. 2012)[1][2]

I've always wanted to be a manga-ka, so I'm doing what I love.
For me, life and death are very important themes. There is no life without death. That’s why it’s very important to me.
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If I want to draw more in a particular scene that I think is important, because of time I cannot. That’s hard for me. But I’ve always wanted to be a manga-ka, so I’m doing what I love.
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In Japan there is a lot of manga, but around manga there are video games, manga on cellphones, manga in card games… so people not only enjoy manga but also the products around it.
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I have three assistants, but there isn’t a head assistant. All the important drawings I do myself. Every single character is also done by me.
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When I draw the scene that I’d been dreaming about or had always wanted to draw, that is the time that I’m happiest.
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In Japan, artists and fans are rather far apart from each other.
The hardest thing about being a manga-ka is that it's a weekly thing.
The message is that if you believe in what you create, it’s enjoyable and people will follow. The talented mangaka should know that; otherwise, no one would read or enjoy it. So believe in yourself. Believing in yourself is important.
Tite Kubo
All the important drawings I do myself. Every single character is also done by me.
Tite Kubo