Beautiful girls Masamune Shirow, Galgrease
Galgrease Masamune Shirow (published in Uppers Magazine, 2002) is the collected name of several erotic manga and poster books by Shirow. The name comes from the fact that the girls depicted often look “greased”. You can to download.
The first series of Galgrease booklets included four issues each in the following settings:
Wild Wet West (Wild West-themed)
Galhound (Near-future science fiction–themed)
The second series included another run of 12 booklets in the following worlds:
Wild Wet Quest (A Tomb Raider or Indiana Jones–style sequel to Wild Wet West)
Galhound 2 (Near-future science fiction–themed)
After each regular series, there were one or more bonus poster books that revisited the existing characters and settings.
Masamune Shirow (士郎 正宗 Shirō Masamune, born November 23, 1961) is the pen name of Japanese manga artist Masanori Ota. The pen name is derived from the legendary sword-smith Masamune. Shirow is best known for the manga Ghost in the Shell, which has since been turned into two theatrical anime movies, two anime television series, an anime television movie, an anime OVA series, and several video games. Shirow is also known for creating erotic art.
Born in the Hyōgo Prefecture capital city of Kobe, he studied oil painting at Osaka University of Arts. While in college, he developed an interest in manga, which led him to create his own complete work, Black Magic, which was published in the manga fanzine Atlas. His work caught the eye of Seishinsha President Harumichi Aoki, who offered to publish him.
The result was best-selling manga Appleseed, a full volume of densely plotted drama taking place in an ambiguous future. The story was a sensation, and won the 1986 Seiun Award for Best Manga. After a professional reprint of Black Magic and a second volume of Appleseed, he released Dominion in 1986. Two more volumes of Appleseed followed before he began work on Ghost in the Shell.
In 2007, he collaborated again with Production I.G to co-create the original concept for the anime television series Shinreigari/Ghost Hound, Production I.G’s 20th year anniversary project. A further original collaboration with Production I.G began airing in April 2008, titled Real Drive.