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Yoshitaka Amano

Yoshitaka is an fantasy illustrator and animation character designer who is well-known among Anime fans. He started his professional life at the animation studio Tatsunoko Productions in the 70s. During his tenure, Amano designed characters for several TV series, including "Gatchaman" (Battle Of The Planets), and "Mospeada" (Robotech: The New ... See full bio »
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 2007 Tori no uta (Short) (animator)
 2004 Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls (Video Game) (character designer: "Final Fantasy II")
 1998 Kartia: The Word of Fate (Video Game) (character designer)
 1994 Final Fantasy (Video) (character designer - uncredited)
 1991 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) (character designer - as Y. Amano)
 1990 Final Fantasy III (Video Game) (character designer)
 1988 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) (character designer)
 1987 Final Fantasy (Video Game) (character designer)
 1985 Angel's Egg (character designer)
 1985 Vampire Hunter D (Video) (original character designer)
 1985 Genesis Climber Mospeada: Love Live Alive (Video) (character designer)
  Akû daisakusen Srungle (TV Series) (main character designer - 51 episodes, 1983 - 1984) (character designer - 1 episode, 1983)
- Eikô ni gorira wa kakeru (1984) ... (main character designer)
- Gyarakutaun sôkôgeki (1984) ... (main character designer)
- Môhanpatsu! Ikari no akû (1983) ... (main character designer)
- Shukuteki! Gorira tai geruhanto (1983) ... (main character designer)
- Akuma no jintai kaizô sakusen (1983) ... (main character designer)
 1983 Genesis Climber Mospeada (TV Series) (character designer)
 1979-1980 Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman F (TV Series) (character designer - 48 episodes)
- Eien no Gacchaman (1980) ... (character designer)
- Chikyû shômetsu! 3, 2, 1.... (1980) ... (character designer)
- G-1 gô kesshi no hai pawâ (1980) ... (character designer)
- Kyôi no hanbusshitsu wakusei (1980) ... (character designer)
- Semari kuru uchû no akuma (1980) ... (character designer)
 1978-1979 Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman II (TV Series) (character designer - 52 episodes)
- Sôsai Ekksu no metsubô (1979) ... (character designer)
- Kanashimi no Geru Sadora (1979) ... (character designer)
- Nazo! Nazo? Geru Sadora no haha (1979) ... (character designer)
- Moeyo! Kondoru (1979) ... (character designer)
- Shijô saidai no ôtsunami (1979) ... (character designer)
 1978 Gatchaman The Movie (character designer)
 1975 Time bokan (TV Series) (character designer - 1975)
 1972-1974 Gatchaman (TV Series) (character designer - 105 episodes)
- Chikyû shômetsu 0002 (1974) ... (character designer)
- Ma no burakku hôru dai sakusen (1974) ... (character designer)
- Shi wo kaketa G-2 gô (1974) ... (character designer)
- Gyakuten! Chekkumeito ekksu (1974) ... (character designer)
- Sogeki shûdan hebî kobura (1974) ... (character designer)
 1972 Kashi no ki Mokku (TV Series) (animation director)
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