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News Comic Rex Manga Artist Tomoyuki Yorishiro Passes Away
posted on 2008-03-06 14:24 EST
The April issue (on sale on March 8) of Ichijinsha's Monthly Comic Rex magazine has announced that artist Tomoyuki Yorishiro passed away. Yorishiro had just started drawing his Kare to Kanojo no Kyōkaisen manga in the magazine's January issue and completed just two installments. (The second installment, episode2:OZ, appeared in the February issue.) He previously worked on several one-shot manga in Comic Blade Masamune magazine and illustrated Eve's Mitsugetsu ~Secret Moon~ and Megami's Itaikena Tenshi-tachi: Akumu no Byōtō adult games.
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