Kaworu Watashiya

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Kaworu Watashiya (私屋カヲル Watashiya Kaworu?, born 3 January 1972) is a Japanese manga author from Tokyo, Japan, notable for the creation of Kodomo no Jikan, the first of her works selected to be translated into English – though the publication of the English version was cancelled by the licensee, Seven Seas Entertainment, due to concerns as to North American reaction to controversial content, and was never released.[1] However, it was recently picked up by digitalmanga, and funded for translation through a Kickstarter campaign.[2] It is also the first of her works to be turned into an anime series.

Works[edit]

  • Chibi to Boku (ちびとぼく?) 2000-2007
  • Cotton 200% (コットン200% Kotton nihyaku pāsento?) 1996-1997
  • Dame Yome Nikki (だめよめにっき?) 2008,2010
  • Inu to Ojousama (犬とお嬢様?) 1993-1994
  • Kaworu to Yui no Ikkai Yarashite (カヲルとゆいのいっかいやらして?) 1999-2001
  • Kodomo no Jikan (こどものじかん?) 2005-2013
  • Meganēchan (めがねーちゃん?) 2009
  • Ōedo Musume Ninja (おーえど娘忍者?) 1997-1998
  • Onekosama ga Kita (おネコさまが来た?) 1994
  • Papa wa Dandy (パパはダンディー Papa wa Dandī?) 1999
  • Pink no Kobushi (ピンクの拳 Pinku no Kobushi?) 1999
  • Sakura Saichae (さくら咲いちゃえ?) 2003
  • Seishun Binta! (青春ビンタ!?)2001-2004
  • Shōnen Sanpakugan Series (少年三白眼シリーズ Shōnen Sanpakugan Shirīzu?) 1992-1993
  • Yoake no Yowakkī (夜明けのヨワッキー?) 1995-1996

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seven Seas kills Nymphet". Retrieved 2007-05-30. 
  2. ^ "Kodomo no Jikan Kickstarter". Retrieved 2016-09-16. 

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