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オヤジ回廊へようこそ

by みささぎ 楓李

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"Welcome to the Oyaji Gallery" is a quirky but highly cute manga featuring Misasagi-sensei (that yellow chicken-thing on the cover) as herself, along with various characters from her other manga. It contains brief, funny visual essays plus short-stories to illustrate her points as she explains the hows and whys and wherefores of her love for using middle-aged ukes in her "boy's love" manga. (The first chapter of "Next Door to You" series is found in this volume.)
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