Suu Minazuki

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Suu Minazuki
Nationality Japanese
Area(s) manga artist
Notable works
Heaven's Lost Property, Watashi no Messiah-sama

Suu Minazuki (水無月すう?) is a Japanese manga artist known for his fantasy comedy manga Heaven's Lost Property, which has been adapted into an anime series and two feature films.[1]


Series Year Notes
Watashi no Messiah-sama 2002-2004 6 volumes released by Square Enix, and 6 volumes with the sequel included by Kadokawa Shoten
Judas 2004-2006 4 volumes
Heaven's Lost Property 2007–2014 20 volumes
Seven Ocean 2008 A only volume release
Gou-dere Sora Nagihara 2008-2014 4 volume release
He~nshin!! - Sonata Birdie Rush 2008-2010 5 volume release
Daisuki desu!! Mahō Tenshi Cosmos 2010-2013 7 volumes
Plunderer 2014–present


  1. ^ "Funimation Adds Heaven's Lost Property/SoraOto Movie". Anime News Network. July 29, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-11. 

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