Legendary ecchi series To Love Ru will hold its first-ever Genga exhibition this November to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the manga. The event will take place at Tokyo Soramachi in Sumida-ku, Tokyo from November 6 to 15, 2021.
Yabuki Kentaro, the illustrator of the manga series, commented:
“To Love Ru Exhibition in Soramachi? Is this all right?!” If you are thinking that, I’m on the same page lol Putting aside how far the event is allowed to exhibit, since digital manuscripts are widely accepted today, it’d be a really rare chance to see raw scripts! I’m giving it my all to prepare the key visual, so I hope you look forward to it~!!Yabuki Kentaro
Brief Overview of To Love Ru
To Love Ru, along with its sequel To Love Ru Darkness, is a manga series that author Hasemi Saki, and Yabuki Kentaro as the illustrator have serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump and Monthly Jump SQ respectively. The original manga was available from 2006 to 2009 with a total of 18 volumes, after which Darkness followed in 2010. The sequel ended in 2017, after 18 volumes. Yabuki Kentaro has been running Ayakashi Triangle in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2020. He finally has opened his official Twitter account on May 26, 2021.
The official English publisher for the franchise, Seven Seas Entertainment describes the plot of Volumes 1-2 as:
Yuuki Rito is your average high school student—awkward, shy, and hopeless when it comes to confessing his feelings to the girl of his dreams. But one day, a beautiful woman suddenly materializes in his bathtub! Her name is Lala Deviluke, an alien princess on the run from an intergalactic empire. After Rito gets unwittingly engaged to Lala, he soon finds himself sucked into a battle for Lala’s affections, as alien suitors from across the galaxy vie for her hand in marriage. Rito’s troubles have only just begun!Seven Seas Entertainment