Mari Okada (Japanese: 岡田 麿里, Hepburn: Okada Mari) is a Japanese screenwriter, director and manga artist. She is one of the most prolific writers currently working in the anime industry. She won the 16th Animation Kobe Award.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mari_Okada
Mari Okada (Japanese: 岡田 麿里, Hepburn: Okada Mari) is a Japanese screenwriter, director and manga artist. She is one of the most prolific writers currently working in the anime industry. She won the 16th Animation Kobe Award.
- Screenwriter, Director
- 1976, Chichibu, Saitama, Japan
Mari Okada, Writer: Sayonara no asa ni yakusoku no hana o kazarô
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Jun 27, 2018 · Picture: (Mari Okada, supplied ) It hadn't been unusual to see young Okada huddled over a book or a video game in her room. A victim of bullying and domestic violence, she recalled an incident in her autobiography when her mother took a kitchen knife and attacked her with it.
- “anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day” (2011) As you can plainly see, Mari Okada prefers her work to contain copious amounts of flowers and tears. Focusing on a group of former friends who reunite in order to lay the ghost of their beloved Menma to rest, the anime will have you choking up before you know it, whether it be due each of the cast eventually admitting their guilt or by that now-iconic farewell scene.
- “Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans” (2015-17) Goes to show that Ms Okada’s talents aren’t limited to gentle blushes and beaming smiles, which she demonstrated to great effect with this standalone addition to the Gundam mythos.
- “Toradora” (2008-09) Widely considered one of the greatest high school romance anime of all time, the hilarious interactions between the pint-sized ball of fury that is Taiga and the mean-mugged yet gentle Ryuji made for an oddly engrossing watch.
- “Black Butler” (2008-10) While it certainly took some liberties with the source material, Mari Okada still managed to take the supernatural suaveness found in Yana Toboso’s manga and successfully carry it over into a well-crafted animated series.
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Mari Okada or the snowflakes here desperately trying to justify why she's not terrible at what she does. Some people just don't like her. Crying about it and trying to make a point is utterly pointless when you could just simply enjoy her work and not be bothered by people who share differing opinions in this subjective medium.