Yuna Kagesaki

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Yuna Kagesaki
Born Yuna Kagesaki
(1973-03-03) March 3, 1973 (age 41)

Yuna Kagesaki (影崎 由那 Kagesaki Yuna?) is a manga artist, born on March 3, 1973,[1] best known for being the author of the manga Chibi Vampire. Her work has been published under four different names: Yuna Kagesaki (影崎 由那 Kagesaki Yuna?) (professionally published non-pornographic comics, except for Sakura no Ichiban), Yuna Kagezaki (影崎 由那 Kagezaki Yuna?) (same characters but different readings; only in Taishō Komachi Jikenchō Sakura no Ichiban![2]), Yūna Kagesaki (影崎 夕那 Kagesaki Yūna?) (spelled with different kanji) when drawing CG's for PC games, and Yuta Kageyama (影山 由多 Kageyama Yuta?) when drawing hentai manga or HCG's for PC games.
Her real name is presumedly Keya, as she calls herself in the bonus comic strips at the end of volume 3 of her work Hekikai no AiON. In middle school she was a member of the brass band.[citation needed][3]

List of comic work[edit]

as Yuna Kagesaki (影崎 由那)[edit]

  • HA I KA RA (ハ・イ・カ・ラ"?) (1 volume)
  • HAIKARA MONO (HAIKARA·MONO"?)[4] (1 volume)
  • Hekikai no AiON (碧海のAiON?) (11 volumes, plus a spinoff volume)
  • Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kokoroiyashi-hen (ひぐらしのなく頃に 心癒し編?) (illustrator) (1 volume)
  • Karin (かりん ?) (15 volumes, including an extra unnumbered volume)
  • Kyōmen no Shiruetto (鏡面のシルエット?) (art only; written by Tamase Nagayama (永山 珠瀬 Nagayama Tamase?)) (serialized in Good! Afternoon; 4 tankōbon volumes)
  • Oniichan☆Control (おにいちゃん☆コントロール?) (ongoing; 3 volumes as of October 2012)
  • Strange Mansion (すとれんじ マンション?) (1 volume)
  • Tamanyan (たまにゃん?) (serialized in Dragon Age, starting August 2013)

as Yuna Kagezaki (影崎 由那)[edit]

as Yūna Kagesaki (影崎 夕那)[edit]

as Yuta Kageyama (影山 由多)[edit]

  • Accent (アクセント?) (1 volume)

List of games illustrated by her[edit]

General Audience[edit]

  • D.C.P.S. (Da Capo Plus Situation)
  • Infinity
  • Never7 - the end of infinity
  • Shiritsu Hōō Gakuen "Ichinen Jun'ai-gumi" (私立鳳凰学園「一年純愛組」?)
  • Super Real Mah-jong Hi Pai Paradise (スーパーリアル麻雀Hi・Paiパラダイス?)
  • Super Real Mah-jong Hi Pai Paradise 2 Onsen e ikō yo! (温泉へいこうよっ!?)

Eroge Content[edit]

  • YES! "Yōkan no Vampire" (YES!『洋館のヴァンパイア』?)
  • BACTA 2
  • Pretty Sentai Kyarurūn (ぷりてぃ戦隊きゃるる~ん?)
  • FILE
  • Ce'st·la·vie
  • Ippatsu JANG! (イッパツJANG!?)
  • Kirijima Shinryōshitsu no Gogo (霧島診療室の午後?)
  • Coming Heart
  • Escape! (エスケイプ!?)
  • HIGH School DAYS (HIGHスクールDAYS?)
  • Ya Ku So Ku (や・く・そ・く?)
  • Sotsugyō Shashin (卒業 写真?)
  • Sotsugyō Shashin 2
  • Ayu (あゆ?)
  • Mio & Miho (みお&みほ?)
  • Mayu (まゆ?)
  • Tenshi no Hina (天使のひな?)
  • Ko Ko Ro 2 (コ・コ・ロ・・・2?)

List of light novels illustrated by her[edit]

  • Chibi Vampire: The Novel (かりん 増血記 Karin Zōketsuki?) (written by Tōru Kai (甲斐 透 Kai Tōru?)) (9 volumes)
  • Karin Zōketsuki Hajirai Diary (かりん 増血記 恥じらいダイアリー Karin Zōketsuki Hajirai daiarii?) (written by Tōru Kai) (2 volumes)
  • Totsugeki Ōjo (突撃王女?) (written by Hifumi Suzuki (鈴木 一二三 Suzuki Hifumi?)) (1 volumes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Japanese) Sangatsu ga Tanjōbi! (Tsuitachi~Tōka) (3月が誕生日!(1日〜10日)?)
  2. ^ The front cover and the indicia of all five volumes list her name with furigana: Kagezaki Yuna (かげざきゆな?). Additionally, the indicia of all five volumes state either "©2001 YUNA KAGEZAKI" or "©2002 YUNA KAGEZAKI".
  3. ^ The information in this article is also in the Japanese Wikipedia article on the author, where no source is listed, except for a link to her personal web site.
  4. ^ Black-and-white reprint of Haikara with four extra stories published under a different publisher. About half of the original Haikara is in colour.

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