Kei Aoyama

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Kei Aoyama
Born (1979-09-26)September 26, 1979
Died October 2011 (aged 32)
Komae, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Manga artist
Employer Shōgakukan, Kōdansha, Ohta Publishing
Known for Swweeet, Yoiko no Mokushiroku

Kei Aoyama (青山景, Aoyama Kei, September 26, 1979 – October 2011[1]) was a Japanese manga artist who committed suicide in October 2011 (at some point between October 6 and October 9).[2] He is known for works involving teenaged boys and girls. The last comic he was working on before his suicide, Yoiko no Mokushiroku, was about religion and cult.

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  2. ^ "Manga Creator Kei Aoyama Passes Away at 32". TBS News through the Anime News Network. Retrieved 27 October 2011. 

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