Mohiro Kitoh (鬼頭 莫宏 Kitō Mohiro, born August 8, 1966) is a Japanese Manga author (mangaka). He was born in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, and graduated from the Nagoya Institute of Technology. Kitoh created the manga Shadow Star and Bokurano: Ours, both of which were adapted into anime series. He also updated some of the Angel designs for Evangelion 2.0.
- Vendémiaire no Tsubasa (1996-1997)
- Shadow Star (1998-2003)
- Sinna 1905: Tumi-kor-ot A Record of a War (1999)
- Hallucination from the Womb (2003-2005)
- Bokurano: Ours (2004-2009)
- Kitō Mohiro Tanpenshū: Zansho (2004)
- The Gate to Space (2004)
- Owari to Hajimari no Miles (2006-)
- Kare no Satsujin Keikaku (2008)
- Kaze no Ô (2009)
- Nanikamo Chigattemasu ka (2009-)
- Noririn (2009-)
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Kitoh's art and writing approaches are unique, with an instantly identifiable visual style and storylines that almost always lean towards the tragic spectrum and focus primarily on the vulnerability and cruelty of human beings. A recurring element throughout his works are graphic depictions of violence and sex involving children.
Characters he draws are almost always tall, skinny, and gangly for their ages and genders. His females, unlike those of most manga series, generally have small (normal-sized) breasts and narrow hips. His males are rarely muscular, except under a few circumstances, usually extreme close-ups. Facial features are, usually, small and expressions subtle. Nudity is common in his works.
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