|Sorcerer Hunters, Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety, Maze|
Rei Omishi (臣士れい? Omishi Rei, also "Ray Omishi") is a Japanese screenwriter and manga artist. She is best known for illustrating the Sorcerer Hunters manga series, which was based on the light novels written by Satoru Akahori, and which was adapted into an anime series. Her other works include Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety and Maze.
|Sorcerer Hunters manga
Illustrator, written by Satoru Akahori
|1993–98||Serialized in Dengeki Comic Gao! magazine
Published by MediaWorks in 13 volumes
|Chouse Kitan Maze Bakunetsu Jikuu manga
Written by Satoru Akahori
|1995–99||Serialized in Comic Dragon magazine
Published by Fujimi Shobo for 6 volumes
|Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety||1999–2000||Serialized in Dengeki Comic Gao! magazine
Published by MediaWorks in 3 volumes
|Puchi puchi (プチプチ?, Bubble Wrap)||Gangan Wing Comics, 3 volumes|
|Kuresento mūn (クレセント・ムーン?, Crescent Moon)||Eyes Comics, 3 volumes|
|Kaiyō kiken seibutsuu ~ min ( 海洋危険生物う～みん?, Marine intends dangerous organisms - Min)
Illustrator, originally written by Sato o Kō
|Gum Comics, 2 volumes|
|Chotto dake kaettekita 爆 Retsu hantā (ちょっとだけ帰ってきた爆れつハンター?, Sorcerer Hunters: Came back a little bit)
Illustrator, originally written by Satoru Akahori
|Dengeki Comics, 1 volume|
|Knight Flyer Tōkyō mahō-jin (Knight Flyer東京魔法陣?, Knight Flyer Tokyo Magic)||Eyes Comics, 1 volume|
|Positive girls! Omishi rei gashū (Positive girls!臣士れい画集?, Positive girls! Omishi Rei book of paintings)
|Eyes Comics, 1 volume|
|Ayakashi ko Tan (アヤカシ古譚?, Ayakashi old tan)||Boys Duo Selection, 1 volume|
Co-author with Yuki Mirai
|Kadokawa Comics Ace, 1 volume|
|Furagumentsu omishi rei sakuhin-shū (フラグメンツ臣士れい作品集?, Fragments Omishi Rei Works)||Dengeki Comics, 1 volume|
- "Superalmanaque Mangá 1 & Guerreiros Errantes 1" (in Portuguese). Omelete.com. February 18, 2002. Retrieved January 11, 2011.
- "AN Entertainment Announces First Release". Anime News Network. Retrieved February 11, 2016.
- "著者：臣士れい" [Author: Rei Omishi]. Media Arts Database (in Japanese). Japan: Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved February 10, 2016.
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