Yabuki is best known for the series Black Cat which ran 20 volumes and recently finished publishing in the U.S. He is also notable as the artist and collaborator on the series To Love-Ru -Trouble- alongside former assistant Saki Hasemi.
In the last chapter of Black Cat, Kentaro Yabuki stated that "This is more like the end of part one" and says "If the opportunity present itself, I may begin writing up Black Cat part 2".Template:Cq
- Yamato Gensōki (邪馬台幻想記?) (1998 Shueisha)
- Jigen Bakuju (時限爆呪?) (1999 Shueisha)
- Black Cat (ブラックキャット?) (2000 Shueisha); English translation: Black Cat (2006 Viz Media), Illustrator
- To Love-Ru -Trouble- (To LOVEる -とらぶる- Toraburu?) (2006 Shueisha), Illustrator
- Mayoi Neko Overrun! (迷い猫オーバーラン!?, Stray Cats Overrun!) (2010 Shueisha), Illustrator
- "矢吹 健太朗" (in Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved June 21, 2010.
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