Mako Komao

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Mako Komao
Native name 駒尾 真子
Born (1982-03-16) March 16, 1982 (age 35)

Mako Komao (駒尾 真子 Komao Mako?, born March 16, 1982) is a Japanese author of several light novel adaptations of manga, anime and visual novel series. This includes a single novel adaptation of Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl, a manga originally written by Satoru Akahori and illustrated by Yukimaru Katsura. Komao also wrote five light novels based on the Gift visual novel[citation needed] and wrote the original concept for the manga series the First Love Sisters.[1]

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  • First Love Sisters, serialized in Yuri Shimai and then Comic Yuri Hime magazine, 2003–08, 3 volumes, Story
  • Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl, published by 2006, 1 volume[2]
  • Togainu no Chi True Blood, published by Kadokawa, 2009, 1 volume[3]
  • Ange Vierge Linkage, serialized in Kadokawa's Dragon Age magazine, 2014–15, Writer, 2 volumes[4][5][6][7][8]
  • BlazBlue light novels, author
    • Blazblue: Phase 0, published by Kadokawa, 2010[9]
    • BlazBlue: Phase Shift, published by Kadokawa, 2010–12, 4 volumes[10][11]
    • BlazBlue 1: Calamity Trigger (above), published by Kadokawa, 2013[12]
    • BlazBlue 2: Calamity Trigger (below), published by Kadokawa, 2013[13]
    • BlazBlue 3: Calamity Trigger (above), published by Kadokawa, 2013[14]
    • BlazBlue 4: Continuum Shift (below), published by Kadokawa, 2014[15]
    • BlazBlue Bloodedge Experience, published by Kadokawa, 2014, 2 volumes[16][17]


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