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  • Giannina Beghello
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    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 4, 1999
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      >>Hi,
      >>
      >>
      >>>Someone who can speak Spanish, please translate the message below:
      >>>Entrevista con un autor
      >>
      >>
      >>I´ll translate it, but give me some time, ok?
      >>
      >>Giannina
      >>
      >>
      >


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    • Giannina Beghello
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      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 6, 1999
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        >Well, here it is. I hope everybody can understand it.
        >
        >Giannina
        >_________________________
        >
        >Newtipe: when did you started making mangas?
        >
        >Gosho: when I was in the university I joined the manga club cos I thought
        it
        >would be interesting. There I met a mangaka (Yutaka Abe) that told me to
        be
        >a mangaka cos I did good drawings. I took that advise seriusly and here I
        >am. I draw for several amateur mags, but I´m too slow drawing and I´ve
        >never been able to finish a manga by myself, always needed someone else´s
        >help to finish it. I´ve been working with an assistant since my first
        manga…
        >I haven´t had any misery time during my story, everything´s been perfect.
        >
        >NT: so you never thought you could become a mangaka?
        >
        >G.A.: I was studying for becoming an Art teacher in the University. My
        >debut was at the same time that I finished my career (Dec. of that year)
        and
        >till then I worked doing some stuff for Hirake Pinkikki. That made me feel
        >like there was nothing else to do.
        >
        >NT: six months later you started with Magic Kaito, right?
        >
        >G.A.: In the beginning, Kaito was a piece of only one publication, but
        that
        >changed as soon as it became popular. I remember I used to say that I
        >wouldn´t stand a month drawning, because in that time I needed about 2
        >months working in detail and I thought it was a miracle working for a
        weekly
        >mag.
        >
        >NT: by now the Kato serie is stooped, will it continue in the future?
        >
        >G.A. Soon we gonna have a new tankoubon (pocket manga with more than 100
        >pages), after six years of the publication of the last one. When I started
        >with Conan the people asked me what would happen with Kaito. But for me
        >it´s impossible working on 2 weekly mangas at the same time. For me, Kaito
        >is the piece of art of my life. I´m gonna put a lot of work on that one.
        >
        >NT: Yaiba is a weekly manga, something you considered impossible, didn´t
        >you?
        >
        >G.A. I used to think that I couldn´t do it. Besides, I thought that it
        >would be necessary to stop working on Kaito (that I like a lot). But at
        the
        >end of it I thought that I have to take advantage of that ocassion. And
        >I´ve done it, well, all that I can, but it´s like been on hell every week.
        >Even the initial idea was making 9 episodes, but it´s still going on and
        on.
        >
        >NT: and now it´s done on anime, right?
        >
        >G.A.: yeah, I´m very thankful for the good quality of it. I used to watch
        >it every week when it was on tv, saying “hey, they move very well”, but I´m
        >shamed for the dialogues that I did by myself. If there´s one that says
        >something like “I love you” I would like to dissapear. There´s a
        difference
        >between writing and talking. Besides, the anime was more sentimental than
        >the manga. The Yaiba that I made screamed and shouted but never cried.
        But
        >the one of the anime used to cried, was a sentimental guy. Basically I
        >don´t think it´s ok when boys cry, so the characters that I make never cry.
        >Of course there are times when they cry, but only when their relatives or
        >his girlfriends die. On the other hand, girls usually cry.
        >
        >NT: Maetantei Conan is been published now and it´s the kind of the
        mistery,
        >detective one, ont he contrary of Yaiba, right?
        >
        >GA: I like a lot the stories of thieves and detectives. I like Holmes or
        >Lupin basically. I thought that I would like to make a story like Columbo
        >or Ninsaburo Furuhata for example, but making a normal story it´s a little
        >boaring for me and at the end I created a boy that was the star of it. It
        >would´ve been easier to make the story leaving the first carachter as an
        >student of an institute, but then I thought it would be more interesting to
        >have a kid that could explain his theories of the cases to the adults. In
        >the beginning a girl falls in love of Conan (well, Shinichi) and tells him
        >that she loves him without knowing anything about him. I wanted to say
        >something like “she loves him a lot”. If she knew who he was she wouldn´t
        >tell him only for pride. The story is only about a frog that turns into a
        >prince with just a little touch of mistery.
        >
        >NT: it must be hard for you to think a new mistery for each week, or not?
        >
        >G.A. Well yeah. Really. We (the editors and I) think a lot about it and
        >end up really tired after getting the definitive story. It can´t be
        >compared with the quantity of ideas that I had for Yaiba. I´ve realized
        >that not many people (mangakas) follow this style after doing it for some
        >time.
        >
        >NT: is there any reason that makes all the caracters look very similar in
        >every story?
        >
        >GA: I try to make them different, but little by little they end up looking
        >similar than the others. I´m not able of making females caracters with
        >personality, just big sisters or a brave women. It´s true, they´re very
        >similar, as if it´s played by the same actress, but in reality, girls are
        >not the same.
        >
        >NT: As closing, tell me if you have any aspiration for the future.
        >
        >GA Even it´s very typical, I would like to make a surprising and
        stonishing
        >manga.
        >
        >
        >
        >


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      • Giannina Beghello
        ... De: Giannina Beghello Para: conan@egroups.com Fecha: Martes, 06 de Julio de 1999 10:50 p.m. Asunto: RV:
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 6, 1999
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          -----Mensaje original-----
          De: Giannina Beghello <beghello@...>
          Para: conan@egroups.com <conan@egroups.com>
          Fecha: Martes, 06 de Julio de 1999 10:50 p.m.
          Asunto: RV: [conan] NO RESULT!!! grrr...


          >
          >>Well, here it is. I hope everybody can understand it.
          >>
          >>Giannina
          >>_________________________
          >>
          >>Newtipe: when did you started making mangas?
          >>
          >>Gosho: when I was in the university I joined the manga club cos I thought
          >it
          >>would be interesting. There I met a mangaka (Yutaka Abe) that told me to
          >be
          >>a mangaka cos I did good drawings. I took that advise seriusly and here I
          >>am. I draw for several amateur mags, but I´m too slow drawing and I´ve
          >>never been able to finish a manga by myself, always needed someone else´s
          >>help to finish it. I´ve been working with an assistant since my first
          >manga…
          >>I haven´t had any misery time during my story, everything´s been perfect.
          >>
          >>NT: so you never thought you could become a mangaka?
          >>
          >>G.A.: I was studying for becoming an Art teacher in the University. My
          >>debut was at the same time that I finished my career (Dec. of that year)
          >and
          >>till then I worked doing some stuff for Hirake Pinkikki. That made me
          feel
          >>like there was nothing else to do.
          >>
          >>NT: six months later you started with Magic Kaito, right?
          >>
          >>G.A.: In the beginning, Kaito was a piece of only one publication, but
          >that
          >>changed as soon as it became popular. I remember I used to say that I
          >>wouldn´t stand a month drawning, because in that time I needed about 2
          >>months working in detail and I thought it was a miracle working for a
          >weekly
          >>mag.
          >>
          >>NT: by now the Kato serie is stooped, will it continue in the future?
          >>
          >>G.A. Soon we gonna have a new tankoubon (pocket manga with more than 100
          >>pages), after six years of the publication of the last one. When I
          started
          >>with Conan the people asked me what would happen with Kaito. But for me
          >>it´s impossible working on 2 weekly mangas at the same time. For me,
          Kaito
          >>is the piece of art of my life. I´m gonna put a lot of work on that one.
          >>
          >>NT: Yaiba is a weekly manga, something you considered impossible, didn´t
          >>you?
          >>
          >>G.A. I used to think that I couldn´t do it. Besides, I thought that it
          >>would be necessary to stop working on Kaito (that I like a lot). But at
          >the
          >>end of it I thought that I have to take advantage of that ocassion. And
          >>I´ve done it, well, all that I can, but it´s like been on hell every week.
          >>Even the initial idea was making 9 episodes, but it´s still going on and
          >on.
          >>
          >>NT: and now it´s done on anime, right?
          >>
          >>G.A.: yeah, I´m very thankful for the good quality of it. I used to
          watch
          >>it every week when it was on tv, saying “hey, they move very well”, but
          I´m
          >>shamed for the dialogues that I did by myself. If there´s one that says
          >>something like “I love you” I would like to dissapear. There´s a
          >difference
          >>between writing and talking. Besides, the anime was more sentimental than
          >>the manga. The Yaiba that I made screamed and shouted but never cried.
          >But
          >>the one of the anime used to cried, was a sentimental guy. Basically I
          >>don´t think it´s ok when boys cry, so the characters that I make never
          cry.
          >>Of course there are times when they cry, but only when their relatives or
          >>his girlfriends die. On the other hand, girls usually cry.
          >>
          >>NT: Maetantei Conan is been published now and it´s the kind of the
          >mistery,
          >>detective one, ont he contrary of Yaiba, right?
          >>
          >>GA: I like a lot the stories of thieves and detectives. I like Holmes or
          >>Lupin basically. I thought that I would like to make a story like Columbo
          >>or Ninsaburo Furuhata for example, but making a normal story it´s a little
          >>boaring for me and at the end I created a boy that was the star of it. It
          >>would´ve been easier to make the story leaving the first carachter as an
          >>student of an institute, but then I thought it would be more interesting
          to
          >>have a kid that could explain his theories of the cases to the adults.
          In
          >>the beginning a girl falls in love of Conan (well, Shinichi) and tells him
          >>that she loves him without knowing anything about him. I wanted to say
          >>something like “she loves him a lot”. If she knew who he was she wouldn´t
          >>tell him only for pride. The story is only about a frog that turns into a
          >>prince with just a little touch of mistery.
          >>
          >>NT: it must be hard for you to think a new mistery for each week, or not?
          >>
          >>G.A. Well yeah. Really. We (the editors and I) think a lot about it
          and
          >>end up really tired after getting the definitive story. It can´t be
          >>compared with the quantity of ideas that I had for Yaiba. I´ve realized
          >>that not many people (mangakas) follow this style after doing it for some
          >>time.
          >>
          >>NT: is there any reason that makes all the caracters look very similar in
          >>every story?
          >>
          >>GA: I try to make them different, but little by little they end up
          looking
          >>similar than the others. I´m not able of making females caracters with
          >>personality, just big sisters or a brave women. It´s true, they´re very
          >>similar, as if it´s played by the same actress, but in reality, girls are
          >>not the same.
          >>
          >>NT: As closing, tell me if you have any aspiration for the future.
          >>
          >>GA Even it´s very typical, I would like to make a surprising and
          >stonishing
          >>manga.
          >>
          >>
          >>
          >>
          >


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