Isola: Tajuu Jinkaku Shoujo (ＩＳＯＬＡ 多重人格少女)
Meikai Rakugo (冥界落語)
v.1: ISBN-10:4-04-853452-1, 12/2001
v.2: ISBN-10:4-04-853520-X, 07/2002
v.3: ISBN-10:4-04-853602-8, 03/2003
Meikai Rakugo (冥界落語)
The second edition was released under Rinno's latest penname (厘のミキ). Zero-Sum is a ladies' magazine, but the title qualifies from its original serialization in Asuka Mystery DX (あすかミステリーＤＸ).
Juon: Video Side Josho (呪怨 ｖｉｄｅｏ ｓｉｄｅ 序章)
Some sites list this as a boys’ release, but since the Tankoubon Comics label has been used before for girls’ series, I’m including it until I can get more definite information.
Dark Horse released this title in English as Ju-On: Video Side.
This series has been made available electronically by Shueisha.
Kodansha also released Neo Kiseijuu f in two electronic volumes and an English translation titled Neo Parasyte F.
Rinno has also released Club Crime 1-3, Hikari (光) 1-4, Meikai Hanashi* (冥界噺) 1-2, and Jikan, Kuukan, Jinbutsu (時間・ 空間・ 人物), all published by Ichijinsha, formerly Issaisha (一賽舎), under Zero-Sum Comics. Judging from comments made about Hikari, it might qualify as a horror comic, but I haven’t been able to find a concrete description from either the publisher or author. Similarly, Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita / Yonaga-hime to Mimio (桜の森の満開の下／ 夜長姫と耳男), based on the works of Ango Sakaguchi (坂口安吾) and the first volume of ichiyusha (一友社)’s Ichiyusha Meisaku Gekijou (一友社名作劇場) series, is described as "black fantasy," but does not appear to be aimed at girls.
Rinno also did the art for the comics version of Stranger Mukou Hadan (ストレンヂア無皇刃譚), aka Sword of the Stranger, published by Media Factory (メディアファクトリー).
Under her later pen name, Rinno also created the ladies' comics Pikapika Kachiku* (ピカピカ家畜) 1-3, Inferno, and Utsukushii Hitobito to Utsukushiku Nai Shinonome-kun* (美しい人々と美しくない東雲くん) 1, all published by Ichijinsha under Zero-Sum Comics. The boys' title Rakkasan Nurse* (落下傘ナース) 1-2 was published by Shueisha (集英社) under Young Jump Comics Ultra. Mukuro Chandelier (骸シャンデリア) 1-3 originally ran in the girls' magazine Aria and, like Hikari, may well be horror but has never been officially labelled as such by the author or the publisher, Kodansha (講談社). Misanthrope na Kanojyo (ミザントロープな彼女) 1-3, another boys' comic, was published by Kodansha under Kodansha Comics Afternoon (講談社コミックスアフタヌーン).