Bijutsu Shuppan-sha, by Mafuyu Hiroki
Bijutsu Shuppan-sha

Hiroki Mafuyu is a mangaka from Tokyo, Japan. He published his first work, 'Kaidan', in Young Comic in 1973, and worked as the assistant of Miyaya Kazuhiko. Hiroki's second manga, the dark horror tale 'Genso-ki' ('Dream Demon') appeared in Garo the following year. He is mainly active as an illustrator since the 1980s, but he also makes occasional manga. His work appeared in such publications as COM and Young Comic. His best known creations are 'Louise' (1987) and 'Etiquette of Violence' (2000).

Pale Saint, by Mafuyu Hiroki
The Pale Saint

Last updated: 2008-05-02

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