Yōsuke Kuroda

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Yōsuke Kuroda (黒田 洋介, Kuroda Yōsuke, born 29 March 1968, in Mie Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese anime screenwriter. He has his own studio enterprise, Studio Orphee.

Kuroda is noted for his work on authoring the scenario, screenplay and story composition of the anime series Excel Saga, Please Teacher! and its sequel Please Twins!, Honey and Clover, Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and numerous others. In 2003, Kuroda won the Individual Award at the 8th Animation Kobe event, held annually in Kobe. He has collaborated with fellow screenwriter and novelist Hideyuki Kurata on multiple series, including Goblin Slayer, Hellsing Ultimate, and Drifters.


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