City Hunter

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City Hunter is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo.wikipedia
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City Hunter (TV series)

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The franchise includes four anime television series, three anime television specials, two original video animations, several animated feature films (including a film released in February 2019), several live-action films (including a Hong Kong film starring Jackie Chan, and a French film), video games, and a live-action Korean TV drama. In 2011, the series was adapted into a Korean television series of the same name by SBS, starring Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young.
City Hunter is a 2011 South Korean television drama based on the Japanese manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo, starring Lee Min-ho, Park Min-young, Lee Joon-hyuk, Kim Sang-joong, Kim Sang-ho, Hwang Sun-hee, Goo Ha-ra, Chun Ho-jin and Lee Kwang-soo.

Sunrise (company)

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The manga was adapted into an anime television series by Sunrise Studios in 1987. The series was adapted into an anime series produced by Sunrise, directed by Kanetsugu Kodama and broadcast by Yomiuri Television.
One of Japan's largest and best-known studios, Sunrise is renowned for critically praised and popular original anime series such as Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, Space Runaway Ideon, Armored Trooper Votoms, Yoroiden Samurai Troopers, Future GPX Cyber Formula, Crush Gear Turbo, The Vision of Escaflowne, Love Live School Idol Project, Witch Hunter Robin, My-HiME, My-Otome, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Tiger & Bunny, Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon, as well as its numerous adaptations of acclaimed light novels including Dirty Pair, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere and Accel World, and manga such as City Hunter, InuYasha, Outlaw Star, Yakitate!! Japan, Planetes, Keroro Gunso, Gin Tama, and Kekkaishi.

Tsukasa Hojo

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City Hunter is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo.
He worked on several one-shot stories before releasing his serialized works: Cat's Eye, City Hunter and Angel Heart.

City Hunter (film)

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The franchise includes four anime television series, three anime television specials, two original video animations, several animated feature films (including a film released in February 2019), several live-action films (including a Hong Kong film starring Jackie Chan, and a French film), video games, and a live-action Korean TV drama.
The film is based on the Japanese manga of the same name.

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The franchise includes four anime television series, three anime television specials, two original video animations, several animated feature films (including a film released in February 2019), several live-action films (including a Hong Kong film starring Jackie Chan, and a French film), video games, and a live-action Korean TV drama. Philippe Lacheau, the director and star of the French live-action film adaptation Nicky Larson et le Parfum de Cupidon, is involved with the French distribution of Shinjuku Private Eyes.
It is an adaptation of the Japanese manga and anime series City Hunter (known as Nicky Larson in France) by Tsukasa Hojo, who agreed to the adaptation after reading the script.

Angel Heart (manga)

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It also had a spin-off manga, Angel Heart, which in turn spawned its own anime television series and a live-action Japanese TV drama.
The author mentioned in the first tankōbon volume that Angel Heart shares the same characters as City Hunter but is not its continuation.

Gutsoon! Entertainment

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In 2002 Coamix created an American subsidiary, Gutsoon! Entertainment.
The company published the English manga anthology Raijin Comics, a U.S. equivalent to the Japanese Weekly Comic Bunch and published many of the same titles (Fist of the Blue Sky and City Hunter), as well titles from other magazines such as the Japanese Weekly Shōnen Jump.

Discotek Media

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On April 20, 2019, Discotek Media announced that they have licensed the entire City Hunter animated franchise, including the 2019 movie, Shinjuku Private Eyes.

Takehiko Inoue

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Takehiko Inoue was an assistant on the series.
Before his debut, Inoue was an assistant to Tsukasa Hojo on City Hunter.

Aniplex

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A 32-disc DVD boxset, City Hunter Complete, was published by Aniplex and released in Japan on August 31, 2005.

Weekly Shōnen Jump

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It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1985 to 1991 and collected into 35 tankōbon volumes by its publisher Shueisha.

Raijin Comics

City Hunter was a flagship title in their Raijin Comics Anthology.

Kumiko Takahashi (animator)

Kumiko Takahashi
Teruo Satoh and Takahiko Kyōgoku served as episode directors, while Kumiko Takahashi designed the characters and Taku Iwasaki composed the music.

Saviour of the Soul

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Saviour of the Soul (九一神鵰俠侶 Gauyat sandiu haplui) is a live-action Hong Kong film from 1991 that uses the characters from City Hunter but changes the plot.
The film adapts elements from the Japanese manga series City Hunter, including its characters, but with a mostly different plot; the manga later received an official adaptation with Jackie Chan's City Hunter in 1993.

Monthly Comic Zenon

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A spin-off manga titled Kyō Kara City Hunter was launched July 25, 2017 in Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Zenon magazine.
The judges were manga authors Tsukasa Hojo (City Hunter) and Tetsuo Hara (Fist of the North Star), then editor-in-chief Nobuhiko Horie and the magazine editorial team.

Park Min-young

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In 2011, the series was adapted into a Korean television series of the same name by SBS, starring Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young.
This was followed in 2011 by another success with City Hunter, based on the titular Japanese manga.

Stanley Tong

It was announced in 2016 that it would be directed by Hong Kong filmmaker Stanley Tong and is set to star Chinese actor Huang Xiaoming as Ryo Saeba.

Lee Min-ho (actor)

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In 2011, the series was adapted into a Korean television series of the same name by SBS, starring Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young.
In 2011, he played the titular character in action drama City Hunter, which was loosely based on Tsukasa Hojo's popular manga.

TM Network

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The first anime opening theme, "Get Wild" by TM Network, and a later 1989 remix, sold a combined 515,010 singles in Japan.
More particularly, in the Anime world, "Get Wild", as the 1st ending song of "City Hunter", has especially got a lot of cover versions by many J-Pop bands and singers alike, and it's also covered by Vocaloids as well.

Philippe Lacheau

Philippe Lacheau, the director and star of the French live-action film adaptation Nicky Larson et le Parfum de Cupidon, is involved with the French distribution of Shinjuku Private Eyes.

Kenji Kodama

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The series was adapted into an anime series produced by Sunrise, directed by Kanetsugu Kodama and broadcast by Yomiuri Television.
He is best known for being one of the main directors on the long-running anime Case Closed, as well as the City Hunter series and Lupin III Part III.

Jump Force

Ryo appears as a playable character in the fighting game Jump Force.

Zero (Chris Brown song)

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The cover for the 2015 Chris Brown single "Zero" was allegedly copied from one of Hojo's City Hunter sketches.
The cover artwork is similar to artwork used in the 1985 manga City Hunter.

Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation

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The series was adapted into an anime series produced by Sunrise, directed by Kanetsugu Kodama and broadcast by Yomiuri Television.

Shueisha

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It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1985 to 1991 and collected into 35 tankōbon volumes by its publisher Shueisha.