Miyama-Zero

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Miyama-Zero[1] (みやま零) is the pen name of a Japanese illustrator and artist. The gender is unknown.

Career[edit]

Originally illustrating eroge, he/she has since moved on to illustrating for light novels and card games, such as Lycèe. She/he also has a doujinshi circle called "Stray Moon"[2] (written in English) in which he/she publishes erotic doujinshi.

She/he uses the name Mayaseromi (まやせろみ)[3] when working as an eroge scenario writer.

Notable works[edit]

  • High School DxD - a light novel series that was adapted into an anime; chief illustrator for the series.
  • The Ambition of Oda Nobuna - a light novel series that was adapted into an anime; chief illustrator for the series.
  • 13cm and Purple software - eroge brands; has illustrated several of their games like Princess Bride and Nekonade Distortion.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Profile". Miyama0.straymoon.jp. Retrieved 2013-12-03.
  2. ^ "Stray Moonについて | Stray Moon". Straymoon.jp. Retrieved 2013-12-03.
  3. ^ Masahiro Ito (2006). Nobuhiko Muranaka, ed. "【プロ作家】→【同人名義】データベース」、『ゲームラボ特別編集「現代視覚文化研究," Three-Year-Old Books ( 三才ブックス). p. 192. ISBN 4-86199-061-0.

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