Oshima, Towa

Given name: 永遠
Family name: 大島
Birthday: Feb 2, 1979
Website: http://oshimatowa.blog4...
Member Favorites: 15
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Blood type: A
Birth place: Tokyo, Japan

Her father, Ooshima Yasuichi, mother, Kawashima Reiko, and younger sister, Mishima Yayoi, are all manga artists as well. In her autobiographical work Manga Kazoku she describes what it feels like to grow up in such a unique family. Her cousin, Kobayashi Ana, is a standup comedian.

Twitter: @towa_oshima
pixiv: #4370894

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Zero_r2 | May 5, 10:46 PM
also came here looking for "After school"


Zero_r2 | May 5, 10:46 PM
also came here looking for "After school"


Friuli | Oct 25, 2021 9:28 PM
h-hey where is "After school"? It's missing on this list


MochizukiTomoya | Sep 5, 2020 12:52 AM
Really love the "After School" work.


r16fourarm | Jan 21, 2019 4:13 PM
Mel kano was really awesome, wanna see more of Kakeru and Haruka tho... XD

thanks for the great works sensei.


live2win | Dec 30, 2011 10:37 PM
Aye, even though it's ecchi, dousei recipe can be somewhat refreshing with it's balance of pace, humor and story progression.


RaymanM | Jul 3, 2011 8:56 AM
Lol what? The author ran out of ideas near volume 3~4 of High School Gorls. It ruined my dreams about school girls.
But you must understand such thing: this manga is about JAPANESE girls. Soo as you can see they are so perverted.


AironicallyHuman | May 8, 2010 2:49 AM
How can the author of High School Girls only have one comment!?

Towa did run out of ideas towards the end of HSG, and she did end the story at a random point, but it's hard to knock the series. It's probably my favourite comedy in existence due to it not straying too far from reality AND still being bloody hilarious.

The series taught me that females aren't too different from males, deep down, and that hair removal can be traumatizing for the fairer sex.

I'll have to check out her other work, at some point.


carlosroy | Mar 31, 2010 2:02 PM
love the series mel kano... go go go go


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