Fujisaki Kou is a prolific BoysLoveGenre {{mangaka}}, with a very distinctive (and often divisive) art style. Fujisaki began publishing one-shots in 1996, but first began writing serial stories in 2001 with ''Manga/HappyYarouWedding''. Roughly a third of the author's works take place in the same universe as ''Happy Yarou Wedding'', and more are always appearing.

* ''Manga/HappyYarouWedding''
* ''Manga/UtsukushikiKemonotachi''
* ''Manga/VirginLove''
* ''Manga/TorikoNiNattaKemono''
* ''Manga/JunaiNoSeinen''
* ''Manga/KemonoWaAiDeIyasareru''
* ''Manga/PlayboyAmour''
* ''Manga/OboreruKemonoNoKoibito''
* ''Manga/MensLove''
* ''Manga/{{Aikata}}''
* ''Manga/UetaAikata''

!!Associated tropes:
* BreakoutCharacter: Possibly part of why Fujisaki keeps adding new works to TheVerse is because of the positive response of readers to minor characters who then get their own story.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Possessive lovers are something of a staple in Fujisaki's manga.
* IfItsYouItsOkay: The majority of Fujisaki's characters (except maybe [[Manga/VirginLove Kaoru]] and [[Manga/PlayboyAmour Ian]]) consider themselves straight but willing to make exceptions.
* MasculineLinesFeminineCurves: Though women don't tend to play a prominent role in the author's works, when they appear they are always ''very'' curvy, while the men are much more angular.
* OneHeadTaller: Unusual in that instead of drawing the {{uke}}s smaller like many BoysLove authors do, the {{seme}}s are drawn as that much bigger. Than ''everybody''.
* ReallyGetsAround: Mysteriously, however, none of the characters ever have STIs.
* {{Salaryman}}: The stars of many of Fujisaki's works are white-collar workers in Japan.
* TheVerse: The entire Todou-related continuity. The series has no title, but when familiar characters begin appearing you know the setting it's happening in.