Rin Saitō

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Rin Saitō (斉藤 倫?, Saitō Rin) is a Japanese manga artist born on May 2 in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. She is a resident of Tokyo.[1] She made her debut in the October 1981 issue of Bessatsu Margaret.[2]

Works[edit]

  • I Love the Color of the Spring Sky (春の空色がすき?, Haru no Sorairo ga Suki) (1986), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Centimeter Story (せんちめえとる物語?, Senchimetoru Monogatari) (1988), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Embraced by the Ocean Wind (潮風をだきしめて?, Shiokaze o Dakishimete) (1988), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Orange Time (オレンジ待夢?, Orenji Taimu) (1989), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • PM 6:00 Studio P (1989), 2 volumes, Margaret, Shueisha
  • I'm Not Scared of Onions! (タマネギなんかこわくない!?, Tamanegi Nanka Kowakunai!) (1990–1991), 3 volumes, Margaret, Shueisha
  • Suddenly Siblings Today (すっとんきょーな兄妹?, Suttonkyō na Kyōdai) (1991–1992), 3 volumes, Shueisha
  • 17Easy (1992–1993), 3 volumes, Shueisha
  • The Great Unidentifiable Bomb (正体不明の大爆弾?, Shōtai Fumei no Biggu Bōmu) (1993–1996), 2 volumes, Shueisha
  • Let's Talk in a Hundred Million Summers (一億年後の夏の話をしよう?, Ichioku Nengo no Natsu no Hanashi o Shiyō) (1994), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • The World Exists for Me (世界はみんなボクの為?, Sekai ha Minna Boku no Tame) (1994–1996), 6 volumes, Shueisha
  • Spicy Papa (スパイシーパパ?, Supaishī Papa) (1997–1998), 2 volumes,
  • Happy Happy Honey!? (1998), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Verdant Feeling (緑のキモチ?, Midori no Kimochi) (1999), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Within These Warm Sunbeams (このあたたかい日差しの中で?, Kono Atatakai Hizashi no Naka de) (1999–2000), 2 volumes, Shueisha
  • Contrails (ひこうきぐも?, Hikōki Gumo) (2001–2004), 3 volumes, Shueisha
  • 3 Years (August 2004), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Silver Tip (シルバー・チップ?, Shirubā Chippu) (June 2005), 1 volume, Shueisha
  • Making Enemies of the Entire World (世界を敵に回しても?, Sekai o Teki ni Mawashite mo) (2005–2007), 4 volumes, Deluxe Margaret, Shueisha

Sources:[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "★Rin's_About me" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-04-21. 
  2. ^ a b "★Rin's_Works" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-04-21. 
  3. ^ Van Huffel, Peter (2004-01-17). "Saitou Rin 斎藤倫". Retrieved 2008-04-21. 

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