This month Ray and I will be talking about the wonderful mangaka Yuhki Kamatani, and their titles; both those available in English, and Japanese only. Whether its the fast-paced action of Nabari no Ou, the captivating care of growing up in Shonen Note, or the brilliantly nuanced and inclusive LGBT series Our Dreams at Dusk, Kamatani's works have capture people's attention in Japan and overseas for longer than many may realise! Let us know your thoughts on this brilliant creator!!
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