Masaki Tsuji

Masaki Tsuji is a Japanese scenario writer of TV series (including many anime works) and films as well as mystery fiction novels.wikipedia
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Animation Kobe

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On September 24, 2008, Tsuji won a Special Award in the 13th Animation Kobe for his writing work.

Devilman

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Go Nagai worked on the anime's scenario along with renowned screenwriter and science-fiction novelist Masaki Tsuji, who wrote the scripts for 35 of the TV series' 39 episodes.

Star of the Giants

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Script: Masaki Tsuji, Seiji Matsuoka, Tooru Sawaki, Ryohei Ito, Toru Sawaki, Yoshiaki Yoshida

Miracle Girl Limit-chan

Based on an original story by Shinji Nagashima and Hiromi Productions, the series featured character designs by Kazuo Komatsubara and scripts by Masaki Tsuji.

Mahō no Mako-chan

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Unlike in the original story of The Little Mermaid, in this adaptation (created by Toei's planning team and featuring Masaki Tsuji as head writer), the mermaid is still able to speak while in human form, and this adaptation also does not end in tragedy as the original story did.

Attack No. 1

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Screenwriters: Tatsuo Tamura, Masaki Tsuji, Tetsu Dezaki, Haruya Yamazaki, Tsunehisa Ito

GeGeGe no Kitarō

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Majokko Tickle

Some episodes were scripted by Masaki Tsuji, a longtime friend of Nagai's and head writer on his earlier series Devilman, Dororon Enma-kun, and Cutey Honey.

Unico

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This musical film, narrated by Iruka, directed by Toshio Hirata, written by Masaki Tsuji, and with animation by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, presents the back story of Unico's banishment and his subsequent travels, as well as his friendships with Beezle (to whom he grants his own horn) and Chao/Katy (to whom he grants the wish of becoming a human girl).

Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix

Screenwriters: Masaki Tsuji, Keisuke Fujikawa, Shozo Uehara

Captain Future

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Mirai Robo Daltanious

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Lalabel

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Masaki Tsuji was brought on board as the series' head writer, but due to various circumstances he scripted only the first episode, and the remaining episodes were given to a rotation of four other writers.

Mahōtsukai Chappy

Script: Masaki Tsuji, Saburo Taki, Shunichi Yukimuro, Noboru Shiroyama, Jiro Yoshino, Kuniaki Oshikawa, Koji Natsume, Shukei Nagasaka

Concrete Revolutio

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Concrete Revolutio: Superhuman Phantasmagoria is a Japanese superhero anime television series produced by Bones, directed by Seiji Mizushima and written by Shō Aikawa and Masaki Tsuji, with character designs done by Yoshiyuki Ito.

God Mazinger

Scenario: Masaki Tsuji, Satoshi Namiki, Hiroshi Onogi, Yumiko Tsukamoto, Hiroyuki Hoshiyama, Shigemitsu Taguchi

Babel II

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Dororon Enma-kun

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