The most famous Mangaka who have marked history
Seriously, imagine the responsibility I have when making this list (I'm fucked in life). Yes, it's no small thing, the most famous mangaka of all time! Would those be the best? Being that famous and better are different things. But if they're not the best, all right, in that case it's just leave a comment with the best in their humble (above all, always humble) opinion.
5. Kentaro Miura-Berserk
A left-handed mangaka… Makes berserk with such dexterity, is to envy many right-handed. Born 1966. In 1976, when he was 10 years old, Miura made his first manga, titled "Miuranger", which was published to his colleagues in a school publication; The manga finished covering 40 volumes. It can be considered the most studied mangaka on the list, and this can be taken from the evidence seeing the traces of his current manga, Berserk.
4. Takeshi Obata-Death Note, Bakuman
Born in 1969. The creative mind Darling, but only for illustrations, the stories come out of the mind of his faithful partner, called Tsugumi Ohba. This partnership between the two has yielded a lot! The so acclaimed Death Note came out of the minds of these two amazing artists, later another success, titled Bakuman, a manga that is the face of the two, not the appearance, but rather their creative personalities.
3. CLAMP-Cardcaptor Sakura, xxxholic, Clover
It's a group of mangaka women who form the CLAMP. Founded in 1987. Counting initially with eleven members, the group reduced its size to seven in 1990 and started to adopt the name CLAMP, which according to them means "a pile of potatoes". But nowadays it has been reducing more and more, today it is formed only by four women: Ageha Ohkawa, Mokona, Tsubaki Nekoi and Satsuki Igarashi.
2. Hiromu Arakawa-Fullmetal Alchemist
Our Goddess and heroine Mangaká! Born 1973. Hiromu Arakawa possesses a self-portrait of a cow in glasses… But that has one because, but not one because with a "what" of madness. She was born and raised on a farm in Hokkaido, with three older sisters and a younger brother. She worked as a farmer for eight years before moving to Tokyo. From there, after a long time of effort, came the so acclaimed manga Fullmetal Alchemist.
1. Osamu Tezuka-Astroboy, Kimba
It's considered the father of the manga, believe me. Born in 1928. Osamu Tezuka is often credited as the "godfather of the Animes" and is also often considered equivalent to the Japanese version of Walt Disney in person, which served as a great inspiration during his years of learning. His prolific production, pioneering techniques and innovative redefinitions of genres, he won titles such as "The Father of manga," "The God of Comics," and "Kamisama of manga".
Now let's go to the Honorable mentions
I must make honorable mentions of several incredible mangaka, which unfortunately did not cite them on the list because it would not be productive to quote too obvious mangaka: Yoshihiro Togashi (YuYu Hakusho, Hunter X Hunter), Hirohiko Araki (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure), Eiichiro Oda (One Piece), Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto), Akira Toriyama (Dragonball), Takehiko Inoue (Slam Dunk, Vagabond) and Hideaki Sorachi (Gintama). There are many others, cite them in the comments to complement the list.
They're heroes, but if you go into hiatus…