Milk Morinaga

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Milk Morinaga
森永みるく
Born Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Area(s) Manga artist

Milk Morinaga (森永 みるく Morinaga Miruku?) is a female Japanese yuri manga artist born in Tokyo, Japan. Her works have been published in Yuri Shimai, Comic Yuri Hime, Comic Hot Milk, and other yuri and adult manga magazines. She made her professional debut as an illustrator for Cobalt Bunko, a shōjo novel imprint from Shueisha.

Works[edit]

Title Year Notes Refs[1]
Study After School 1997 Published by Hot Milk Comics. anthology series, 2 volumes republished in 2001–03
Nikurashii Anata e (にくらしいあなたへ?, To Odious You) 2000 ISBN 978-4-89829-414-7
Milk Shell (ミルクシェル?) 2002 Published by Hot Milk Comics, 1 volumes
Mea (メア?, Mare) 2003 ISBN 978-4-89829-944-9
Kuchibiru Tameiki Sakurairo 2003–12 Anthology of Morinaga's one-shots
Serialized in Yuri Shimai, Comic Yuri Hime, and Comic High! magazines
Published by Futabasha in 2 volumes
Amai Kuchibiru (あまいくちびる?, Sweet Lips) 2003 anthology series [2]
Girl Friends 2006–10 Serialized in Comic High! magazine
Published by Futabasha in 5 volumes
Himitsu no Recipe 2009–13 serialized in Tsubomi and later in Tsubomi Web
Published by Houbunsha in 2 volumes
Gakuen Police 2012–14 Serialized in Comic High! magazine
Published by Futabasha in 2 volumes
Ohimesama no Himitsu (お姫様のひみつ?, Secret of the Princess) 2015 Published in Hirari Comics, 1 volume
Hana to Hina wa Hōkago (ハナとヒナは放課後?, Hana and Hina after school) 2015–present Serialized in Comic High! and Monthly Action magazines
Published by Futabasha
Tsubomi amakute yasashī, Yuri ansorojī (つぼみあまくてやさしい、百合アンソロジー?, Friendly and sweet bud, yuri anthology)
Anthology with multiple authors
Published in Manga Time Comics, 10 volumes


Games[edit]

  • Marine Rouge (マリンルージュ Marin Rūju?) (PC-98/Windows, original design work)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "著者:森永みるく" [Author: Milk Morinaga]. Media Arts Database (in Japanese). Japan: Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved February 5, 2016. 
  2. ^ "森永みるく". Core Magazine. Retrieved 2008-09-28. 

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