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Yoshiki Tsuchiyama (土山よしき) is a manga-ka formerly associated with Ishimori Productions and a former assistant to Shotaro Ishinomori.

He was mainly active in the 1970s, illustrating portions of Kikaider along with other derivatives of Ishinomori's works that ran in Toei's TV Land. He also did adaptations of non-Ishinomori works produced by Toei, such as Go-Lion.

Manga WorksEdit

  • Henshin Ninja Arashi (June 1972-March 1973, TV Magazine for Kodansha)
  • Kikaider (August 1972-May 1973 for Shogakukan's Fourth Grade magazine, January 1973 annual, March-May 1973 for TV Land ver.)
  • Kikaider 01 (June 1973-March 1974 for Fourth Grade, June 1973-April 1974 for TV Land)
  • Robot Detective (1973, TV Magazine)
  • Inazuman (December 1973-July 1974, Third Grade serialization)
  • Inazuman F (August-September 1974, Third Grade)
  • Future Rescue Team Earth Guard 7 (April 1974-March 1975, "Third Grade" version for Gakken. Also illustrated "Fifth Grade" version from April 1975-March 1976)
  • Kamen Rider X (June-October 1974, TV Land)
  • Kamen Rider Amazon (November 1974-March 1975, TV Land)
  • Kamen Rider Stronger (April 1975-January 1976, TV Land)
  • Himitsu Sentai Goranger (June 1975-March 1976, Third Grade)
  • Akumaizer 3 (1975, TV Land)
  • Space Iron Kyodain (March 1976-March 1977, TV Land)
  • Glacial Warrior Guyslugger (1977, TV Magazine)
  • Cyborg 009 (1979-1980, TV Magazine, tie-in to 1979-1980 anime series)
  • Space Emperor God Sigma (1980, TV Land)
  • Beast King Go-Lion (1981, TV Land)

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