Manga artist Sanami passed away at 36 ‘I’m Sakamoto. ‘, ‘Migi and Dali,’ etc.

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Manga “Is it Sakamoto? Sanami, a manga artist known for such works as “Migi and Dali,” died of cancer on August 5. she is 36 years old. On the 16th, her obituary was reported on KADOKAWA’s “Haruta” X (old Twitter). It is written as “To all readers” and “Manga artist Sanami passed away on August 5, 2023, due to illness. After the funeral, it was held safely on August 7th and 8th.”

“Mr. Sano finished the “Migi and Dali” serialization and discussed the new serialization while supervising the animation. I feel like that.'” He recalled, “Anyway, he was a person who was straight to manga. To draw interesting manga, he was a person who enjoyed the effort to grow as a manga artist.”

“Mr. Sano has continued to draw for Haruta ever since he made his debut with ‘Fellows!’, the predecessor of Haruta. It was a happy time for me as an editor to be involved in ‘Migi and Dali.'”

“Thank you for showing me your sincere attitude towards manga and how you grow as a manga artist up close. You have greatly influenced your fellow manga artists and the editorial department.” Sano-san’s works ‘I’m Sakamoto?’ and ‘Migi and Dali’ have made many people smile.”

He said, “I hope many people will continue to laugh. From October, the ‘Migi and Dali’ anime will start broadcasting. Mr. Sano was delighted with the quality of the animation. Click here. I would be happy if you could enjoy it as well.” He concluded, “The editorial department sincerely prays for the repose of the soul of Sanami-san. Kadokawa Co., Ltd.’s Haruta editorial department.”

In addition, in the X of “Migi and Dali,” which is scheduled to be broadcast in October this year, he said, “The author of the original “Migi and Dali,” Nami Sanami, has passed away due to illness. Toshinobi “I would like to express my deepest gratitude to Mr. Sanami for his efforts in the animation production of the TV animation ‘Migi and Dali,’ and I would like to express my sincere condolences to all the animation staff and related parties.” and mourned.

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