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Obake no Q-tarō

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  1. by Fujiko Fujio, is a Japanese manga about a ghost, Qtarō (Sometimes also spelled as Q-tarō) who lives with the Ohara family

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  2. is a mischief-maker who liks to fly around scaring people and stealing food

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  3. by Fujiko Fujio

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  4. However, he himself is deathly afraid of dogs

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  5. The story is formulaic, usually focussed on the antics of Qtarō and his friends

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  6. The manga was drawn in 1964-1966 by Fujiko Fujio (Fujiko F. Fujio and Fujiko Fujio A) and in 1971-1974 by Fujiko F. Fujio

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