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Isutoshi (いすとし?) is a Japanese manga artist, creator of erotic comic series Slut Girl and the non-erotic manga called Tende Freeze! (てんでフリーズ!?). He started his career in 1994 producing work that would later be published in dōjinshi by the Gerumaru (ゲルマル?) circle. His stories typically involve both erotic and humorous situations, focusing on characters' personality and sexual interaction during the story.
Isutoshi has produced a number of short works for hentai anthologies such as SNK Monogatari, Bruem - King of Fighters and Gensen Sexy Fighters, some of which were collected by Gerumaru in the Renge dōjinshi. Isutoshi has also produced short works published in the monthly hentai magazine Comic Kairakuten Beast.
- Funky Animal (1997) Darkstalkers dōjinshi, collaborative work with several dōjinshi circles.
- High School Planet Prowler 1 (1999)
- High School Planet Prowler 2 (2000)
- Mysterious Thief Police (20??) A one-off published in Young Comic to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
- Renge Returns (1996): dōjinshi collecting some of Isutoshi's previous works published by the Gerumaru circle.
- Renge Ver, EVA (1996): dōjinshi collecting some of Isutoshi's previous works published by the Gerumaru circle.
- Renge Ver. EVA 2 (1996): dōjinshi collecting some of Isutoshi's previous works published by the Gerumaru circle.
- Renge Ver. Sakura (1997): dōjinshi collecting some of Isutoshi's previous works published by the Gerumaru circle.
- Slut Girl (1999): Slut Girl was translated and published as six issues comics in the U.S. by Eros Comix in 2000.
- Slut Girl +α (2003): A reprint of Slut Girl with an extra chapter concluding the story,
- Tende Freeze! (2002–2004): In 4 tankōbon volumes
- AIKI (2005)
- The Lord King from Ero-Isu Series (2006)
- Yarase (one-shot)
- AIKI S (2013)
- Official website (Japanese)
- Isutoshi at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
- Isutoshi at Media Arts Database (Japanese)
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