Morishige


Morishige

Morishige (もりしげ?, born April 10 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. Under the name Rondoberu, he made is manga debut in 1996 with Osawagase Debirun (おさわがせ悪魔っ娘(デビルン)?), published in the Tsukasa Shobō magazine Comic Ichiban. While his series are known for having an abundance of beautiful female characters, he is also known for addressing serious issues in his works. Morishige is most well known for his works Hanaukyo Maid Team and Koi Koi 7, both of which have been adapted into various anime series.

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