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Negi Haruba (はる ねぎ, Haruba Negi?), born on July 27, 1991, is a Japanese manga artist and author of the 5-toubun no Hanayome manga series.

Biography

A manga writer from Aichi Prefecture, Negi Haruba graduated from Trident College of Design.[1] In November 2015, Negi married in his hometown.[2] On May 29, 2019, Negi's first daughter was born.[3]

Career

Negi Haruba graduated from the manga department of Trident College of Design in 2013. He won an award in the 89th Weekly Shōnen Magazine Newcomer Manga Award organized by Kodansha with the one-shot manga Coward Cross World (カワードクロスワールド?).[4] The work was published in Magazine SPECIAL 2013 as his debut.

In 2014, he won a Gold Award for the one-shot Ura Sekai Communication in the 21st Dengeki Grand Prize sponsored by KADOKAWA and ASCII Media Works.[5][6] This work was later published in Weekly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine in September 2014.[no citation]

Negi Haruba collaborated with Shun Hirose to illustrate and publish Rengoku no Karma to the Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 22, 2014 to 2015, which ended in 5 volumes. On December 9, 2015, he wrote the one-shot Vampire Killer and publish it in Weekly Shōnen Magazine.

On January 25, 2017, wrote yet another one-shot, titled 5-toubun no Hanayome. Receiving positive responses for his work, an official serialization of the one-shot was announced and published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine on August 9, 2017. A year later, the manga series was announced to get an anime adaptation on August 8, 2018,[7] and to be aired on TBS from January 1, 2019.[8]

Works

Serials

  • Rengoku no Karma (煉獄のカルマ, Rengoku no Karma?. English: "Karma of Purgatory"): Negi Haruba was involved in the illustration of Rengoku no Karma, a manga series authored by Shun Hirose (廣瀬 俊?). The series began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Magazine and ended at the fifth volume in 2015 (October 22, 2014 — August 20, 2015).
  • 5-toubun no Hanayome (五等分の花嫁, Go-Tōbun no Hanayome?) as creator and author. Published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since 2017 and is ongoing (August 9, 2017 — ongoing)

One-shots

  • Coward Cross World (カワードクロスワールド?) in Magazine SPECIAL 2013 Issue 4.
  • Ura Sekai Communication (裏世界コミュニケーション?) in Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh in September, 2014.
  • Vampire Killer (ヴァンパイアキラー?) in Weekly Shōnen Magazine 2016 Merger Issue 2 and 3.
  • 5-toubun no Hanayome (五等分の花嫁?) in Weekly Shōnen Magazine 2017 Issue 8.

Others

  • Negi drew the ending card for episode 2 of the Boarding School Juliet anime series.
  • Negi drew Nanako from the Senryuu Shoujo series, for special illustration in Weekly Shōnen Magazine no. 19, 2017.
  • Negi drew Nagatoro, a character from the Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro manga series, for Please don't bully me, Nagatoro Illust Collection.

Videos

Interview with author Negi Haruba

Interview with author Negi Haruba

Gallery

Negi Haruba

Illustration and Sketches

External links

Trivia

  • In the Dengeki Comic Grand Prize division of the 21st Dengeki Grand Prize, two people have won gold medals, and the other is Nio Nakatani (仲谷なかたに にお, Nakatani Nio?), who is known for the popular series Bloom Into You (やがて君になる, Yagate Kimi ni Naru?).
  • The kanji for Haruba (春場?) can translate to "spring field."
  • Negi sometimes use certain topics to start and finish the volumes:
    • The last page of Volume 1, 2, 3, and 4 (and indirectly 5 & 8) have Fuutarou and Itsuki in it.
    • The first few pages of the first chapter in the Second Year Saga, Chapter 1, is about Fuutarou and his bride in their wedding ceremony. The last few pages of the last chapter in the saga, Chapter 68, is also about Fuutarou and his bride in their wedding ceremony.
    • Volume 1: First chapter, a Nakano sister sees a half-naked Fuutarou. Last chapter, Fuutarou sees a half-naked Nakano sister.
    • Volume 2: First chapter shows a photo of the current Fuutarou and one Nakano sister. Last chapter shows a photo of younger Fuutarou and a Nakano sister.
    • Volume 3: First chapter, Yotsuba waves at Fuutarou. Last chapter, Yotsuba also waves at Fuutarou.
    • Volume 4: First chapter is about the Nakano Quintuplets' finger game which involves all five fingers. Last chapter each of the Nakano Quintuplets holds one of Fuutarou's fingers.
    • Volume 5: First chapter is about Rena in Fuutarou's imagination and the past. Last chapter is about Rena present in real life.
    • Volume 6: The first chapter shows Rena's goodbye to Fuutarou and he falling into a body of water. The last chapter shows Fuutarou fell into a body of water and his goodbye to Rena.
    • Volume 7: First chapter the Nakano sisters watch a love confession in a TV drama with Fuutarou. Last chapter a Nakano confesses to Fuutarou.
    • Volume 8: First chapter Fuutarou is confronted face-to-face by a Nakano, and Miku tells Ichika that she won't lose. In the last chapter, Fuutarou is also confronted face-to-face by a Nakano, and it is Ichika who tells Miku that she won't lose to her.
    • Volume 9: First chapter is about Nino's determination and Miku's horrible cooking. The last chapter is about Nino's determination and Miku's excellent cooking.

References

  1. ^ "卒業生インタビュー" [Alumni interview] (in Japanese). Trident College of Design. Retrieved April 7, 2019.
  2. ^ "地元で結婚式挙げてきました" [I have a wedding ceremony in my hometown] (in Japanese). Twitter. 23 November 2015. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  3. ^ 〆切前日に娘が産まれて大忙しでした。[1]The day before the deadline, my daughter was born (in japanese) from Twitter . 29 May 2019
  4. ^ "Newcomer Manga Award result presentation" (in Japanese). Shōnen Magazine. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  5. ^ "The 21st Dengeki Grand Prize selected works" (in Japanese). Dengeki Taisho. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  6. ^ "小説部門で2作品が大賞に輝く、第21回電撃大賞贈呈式" [The 21st Dengeki Prize Presentation Ceremony for Two Works Winning in the Novel Category] (in Japanese). ASCII.jp. November 14, 2014. Retrieved April 20, 2019.
  7. ^ "五等分の花嫁:「マガジン」のラブコメマンガがテレビアニメ化 19年放送"MANTANWEB. August 8, 2018. Retrieved April 4, 2019.
  8. ^ "アニメ「五等分の花嫁」放送は2019年1月!Twitterでは推薦コメント募集中" (in Japanese). Natalie. September 14, 2018. Retrieved April 4, 2019.
  9. ^ Haruba, Negi [@negi_haruba] (January 14, 2012). Untitled sourceTwitter. Retrieved April 20, 2019.


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