??????? 21 (Junjou Romantica #21) by Shungiku NakamuraShungiku Nakamura (?? ?? Nakamura Shungiku?, born December 13,1980) is a Japanese yaoi manga artist. She is most famous for creating Junjo Romantica: Pure Romance. Shungiku Nakamuras distinct style of manga has been identified largely throughout Japanese and English yaoi fanbases. Her works usually include large age gaps between the seme and uke and characters with careers in the publishing industry (as depicted in Junjo Romantica and Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi). She often cowrites with Fujisaki Miyako, who authored the novels of Yoshino Chiaki no baai in Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi.
Junjo Romantica: Pure Romance (2002 - Ongoing)
Junjou Mistake (2008)
Hybrid Child (2003 - 2004)
Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi (2007 - Ongoing)
Touzandou Tentsui Ibun (1998 - 1999)
Tsuki wa Yamiyo ni Kakuru ga Gotoku (1999)
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The steamy smut, was definitely appealing, but upon subsequent readings especially those first few volumes I find myself actively cringing at how… problematic the whole thing is. But, does that really make it a bad anime? Or is it a seriously flawed, but ultimately salvageable anime? Misaki Takahashi is a regular high school student who is preparing for his university entrance exams. Egoist shows the very passionate, but often complicated, relationship between university professor Hiroki Kamijou whose life has reached an all time low and pediatrician Nowaki Kusama, who falls for Hiroki at first sight and would do anything to make him happy.
It began as a manga series and has expanded into several audio dramas, a light novel series titled Junai Romantica , and an anime series.
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It focuses on four storylines: the main couple, which comprises the bulk of the books, and three other male couples that provide ongoing side stories "Junjo Egoist", "Junjo Terrorist", and "Junjo Mistake". It has expanded into several CD-dramas, a manga series running in Asuka Ciel , a light novel series titled "Junai Romantica" running in The Ruby magazine, and a episode anime series. Shungiku Nakamura has written a second series based on Junjou Romantica titled Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi lit. The first volume was released on June 2, ;  as of July 1, , 19 volumes have been released. Studio Deen produced an anime adaptation based around the manga series. Premiering in Japan on TV Hokkaido on April 10, , the series' first season ran for twelve episodes until its conclusion on June 26, A second season premiered on the same channel on October 12, , it also ended after twelve episodes.