To Love-Ru's 15th anniversary will be celebrated with special exhibition in Tokyo

First art exhibition dedicated to manga will take place from November 6th to 15th
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An exhibition will be held in Tokyo from November 6th to 15th, to commemorate 15 years of the manga To Love-Ru by artist Kentaro Yabuki. This will be the first exhibition of the manga's works, and fans will be able to see the author's paper manuscripts. The exhibition will take place at the Tokyo Solomachi entertainment complex.

Artist Kentaro Yabuki commented on his Twitter:

For everyone to think: "Are they going to hold a To Love-RU art exhibition at Salamachi? Will everything be okay?!"

Don't worry, I thought the same thing (laughs). Regardless of how much art will be allowed in the exhibit, I think it will be a rare opportunity for all of you to see my handwritten art on paper now that we've fully transitioned to digital submissions! I put a lot of energy into preparing the main look, so wait!.

Together he shared the art of the event, and a photo of the preparation of the material:

Further details of the event and the contents of the exhibition, in addition to the merchandise available for purchase, will be posted on the official website or on the Twitter of the author in future dates.

The manga To Love-Ru, was released in 2006 until 2009 on Weekly Shonen Jump, and soon after gained a sequel To Love-Ru Darkness, which was published in Jump Square from 2010 until 2017, both written by Saki Hasemi with art by Kentaro Yabuki.

Both stories are the romantic misadventures of Rito Yuuki and a harem of human and alien girls, filled with ecchi and comedy, with a few hints of action. The lines of the manga evolved a lot over time and its ecchi parts made it a huge success. Both manga also gained anime adaptations and several OVA's.

Artist Kentaro Yabuki is now working on his new work Ayakashi Triangle which was released in June last year in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.

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