|1996||Furuya Usamaru||Furuya Usamaru||Comedy, Mature, Psychological, Seinen, Supernatural|
Palepoli goes beyond the framework of standard four-panel manga and views its structure in new ways. Actually, Furuya knew nothing of conventional manga styles and methods when he started Palepoli. As a result, he created something that bore little similarity to other manga. Furuya notes that he selects his subject matter and methods with clear and precise intentions. I find it extremely rare for a manga artist to be this deliberate.
A portion of Palepoli was featured in Secret Comics Japan.