t-funster:


A duel between Serge Battour & Auguste Beau.

(I didn’t finish reading Kaze to Ki no Uta, so I don’t know how’s the ending, but I constantly fantasize with the idea of Serge and Auguste having a duel, mirroring what happened to Bonnard, but in this case, Gilbert chooses Serge.)

t-funster:

A duel between Serge Battour & Auguste Beau.

(I didn’t finish reading Kaze to Ki no Uta, so I don’t know how’s the ending, but I constantly fantasize with the idea of Serge and Auguste having a duel, mirroring what happened to Bonnard, but in this case, Gilbert chooses Serge.)

superqueerartsyblog:

i read a tragic-romantic 70’s comic called kaze to ki no uta. sadly, only 7 out of 17 volumes can’t be found scanlated to english. 

superqueerartsyblog:

i read a tragic-romantic 70’s comic called kaze to ki no uta. sadly, only 7 out of 17 volumes can’t be found scanlated to english. 

brickme:

Ashita no K-ko chan no. 1 — Takemiya Keiko

Ashita no K-ko chan (obviously a parody of Ashita no Joe) is series of short autobiographical comics Takemiya Keiko wrote for JUNE magazine. Some of the strips are quite funny, and a lot of them deal with how Takemiya came to draw manga and became interested in what would later come to be called “shonen-ai”.

It was collected into a tankobon for the first time by eBookJapan!

brickme:

Ashita no K-ko chan no. 1 — Takemiya Keiko

Ashita no K-ko chan (obviously a parody of Ashita no Joe) is series of short autobiographical comics Takemiya Keiko wrote for JUNE magazine. Some of the strips are quite funny, and a lot of them deal with how Takemiya came to draw manga and became interested in what would later come to be called “shonen-ai”.

It was collected into a tankobon for the first time by eBookJapan!

seraphknights:

I found this on /m/ of all places

brickme:

Hensokyoku (Variation) — Takemiya Keiko & Masuyama Norie

fehyesvintagemanga:


Takemiya Keiko (from Papermoon magazine)
my scans

fehyesvintagemanga:

Takemiya Keiko (from Papermoon magazine)

my scans