Masato Naka

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Masato Naka (中 祥人 Naka Masato) is a Japanese manga artist. He was one of Hirohiko Araki's assistants from Stardust Crusaders to Diamond is Unbreakable. He joined Lucky Land Communications during the serialization of Stardust Crusaders alongide Hirohisa Onikubo and Kei Sanbe.


In 1990, with the aspiration of becoming a manga artist, Naka moved to Tokyo at the age of twenty and studied under Hirohiko Araki to learn the basics of manga theory and techniques. Naka studied under Araki for three years and four months, meanwhile working as an assistant during the serialization of Stardust Crusaders and Diamond is Unbreakable.[1]

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