Yamaji, Ebine


Given name: えびね
Family name: やまじ
Birthday: May 3, 1965
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Ai no Jikan
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Binetsu no Youna
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Free Soul
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Indigo Blue
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Lila to Shion
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Love My Life
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Mahoko
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Sweet Lovin' Baby
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Yoru wo Koeru
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comicdyke | Oct 9, 7:47 PM
The feelings in her work are so genuine and the effort to insert actual lesbian culture into her yuri works is admirable and well done. Everything has such a distinctive simplistic and emotional tone about it. As a lesbian, her writing is some of the first which allowed me to feel proud to be who I am. As an aspiring artist and lover of comics I just greatly appreciate her sense of atmosphere and unique style.


HikiMaru | Mar 5, 1:09 PM
I really love the 'bian' tone in her Yuri works. It's not overpowered, the story just flows.


gwennie-chan | Sep 28, 2015 9:03 PM
Her stories and art are curious. They have unconventional edges which makes them see more realistic instead of the cookie-cutter general manga romance (especially in yuri). I think she has some of the best writing and art of any mangaka I've ever seen.


efedryna | Aug 20, 2013 12:56 AM
Love her art, she and Kiriko Nananan are my favoruite mangakas. Also love their simple story telling.


vansonbee | Aug 1, 2011 12:37 AM
Love her setting in college and up. Love and relationship doesn't revolve 100% on sex!


Aemys | Apr 7, 2011 6:53 PM
I absolutely love her work! She has a way to tell a story with simplicity and honesty, leaving aside all clichés. Her stories are mature and realistic. All of her work includes homosexual relationships. However, her latest manga, Ai noJikan, talks about a love that transcend even sexual orientation.
I would recommend her work to anyone who seek something mature and refreshing.


yamakasi | Jan 17, 2011 3:26 AM
Great characters, great stories, great art.


starkmad | Mar 28, 2010 7:30 PM
Beautifully simplistic art and skill with storytelling. Add mature women loving women to the mix and you have it all


e_manon | Mar 21, 2010 11:14 AM
I love her works.


Guro-tan | Jun 25, 2009 12:23 AM
I love her art. The characters aren't overly-detailed with gigantic eyes or sickeningly cute features. Her stories pull you into a realistic situation, and I think the characters reflect on that.


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