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'''Mato''' was the illustrator for the ''[[Pokémon Special]]'' manga until [[Pokémon Special volume 9|volume nine]]. She left due to illness; her hand was weak due to a disease she was suffering from which meant she was unable to draw. [[Satoshi Yamamoto]] took over from [[Pokémon Special volume 10|volume ten]].
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'''Mato''' (Japanese: '''真斗''') is a manga illustrator from Japan. She was born in the {{wp|Aichi Prefecture}} and her birthdate is November 27th. She was the illustrator for the ''[[Pokémon Special]]'' manga until [[Pokémon Special volume 9|volume nine]]. She stopped drawing for the series due to an illness which left her hand weak and unable to draw, leading [[Satoshi Yamamoto]] to take over her position from [[Pokémon Special volume 10|volume ten]] onward.
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Her other works include ''Nightingale'' and ''New Year X-mas'', which was serialized in {{wp|Shonen Sunday}}.
   
 
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Revision as of 01:22, 19 September 2009

Mato (Japanese: 真斗) is a manga illustrator from Japan. She was born in the Aichi Prefecture and her birthdate is November 27th. She was the illustrator for the Pokémon Special manga until volume nine. She stopped drawing for the series due to an illness which left her hand weak and unable to draw, leading Satoshi Yamamoto to take over her position from volume ten onward.

Her other works include Nightingale and New Year X-mas, which was serialized in Shonen Sunday.

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