Today’s blog post is the first (and hopefully not the last) about something we’ve been wanting to for a while now: going back and bringing our old releases up to our current standards. First doujinshi getting this treatment is one of our old favorites: Marcille Meshi by Asaki Blog Branch Office. Continue reading
Last doujinshi by Circle Romantic Flight that we published centered around a certain girl from God Eater series getting it on with an older gentleman. Today’s doujinshi has a certain girls from a card game franchise getting it on with an older gentleman. Sometimes it’s not about the idea, it’s about the execution. And MisakiFight! is superbly executed.
Last week, we published a doujinshi in which the protagonist gets pounced on by an oni. Through sheer coincidence, that’s pretty much a summary of the today’s doujinshi too. And they even both have “milked” in the title. This leads to the only possible conclusion: milking men must be an oni racial trait. Join us today in this in-depth exploration of the peculiar behaviour and fascinating ecology of the mythical oni, titled “A Book About Getting Milked Dry by Shuten Douji”, brought to you by Yuzuya and adapted by 2D Market.
Diversity and multiculturalism are great! Especially when the diversity comes from multiple monster girl species living in human society and cultural enrichment comes from said monster girls getting it off with humans. Just read Ahobaka’s doujinshi and get woke.
Where the previous doujinshi from Ahobaka that we published, “Succubus Widow’s Afternoon Secret” was a sombre, melancholic story with some dark undertones, “Milked By an Oni Gal” is a polar opposite: a fast paced story with a genki energetic lead that’s all about having fun.
Last time we left Sachi, in the second volume of Toitoikai’s “Sachi’s Part-time Job” tetralogy, she was getting roughed up (in a sexy way) by her boss at her workplace. Today we’re publishing the next volume, and Sachi’s Part-time Job 3 takes place in a more familiar Japanese school setting.
Last Suzuya doujinshi from Yuusaritsukata was very date-appropriate: it was titled “Suzuya Santa” and we published it a day before Christmas. We tried to time this release similarly, but unfortunately there’s no globally-established Mother’s Day date. Still, the largest number of countries celebrates Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May, which happens to fall on May 13th this year.
So here you go: Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy our release of “Just Leave It to Your Mom Suzuya” by circle Yuusaritsukata.
Last year, we said goodbye to the ditzy, pervy futanari girl Tomoe as she graduated with a bang. While her story ended there, there were a few more tidbits of her story that Doronuma Kyoudai published in various booklets at convensions. Today we have an omnibus collecting those tidbits in one place: FutaOna Shorts Collection.
Vocaloid/Voiceroid characters have been popular for a long time among the doujinshi artists. Interestingly, the progenitor of the entire subculture, Hatsune Miku, has been slowly overtaken in the fandom by the new characters. It’s telling the only two Vocaloid/Voiceroid doujinshi that we have on our site feature newer Voiceroid characters. The fact that today’s release is by a completely different author (Hanauna from circle Shouwa Saishuu Sensen), but still features Yuzuki Yukari, a Voiceroid character, is telling.
Then again, some things never change. Dragon Quest 1 was release in 1986 and we still get doujinshis parodying it. Sometimes even in a completely random crossovers with Voiceroid, like in “Yuzuki Yukari’s Lewd Dragon Quest Adventure” that we’re releasing today.Continue reading
Today feels like an end of an era. We published the first chapter of Chizuru-chan Development Diary back in July 2015. Many things changed in these two and a half years and it felt like Chizuru has been following us along the way. If you read the chapters in order, you can see not only how Chizuru “develops”, but also how much our quality standards develop. And while today we’re still far from perfect, to see how much our releases have improved is encouraging.
But enough with us patting ourselves on the back. This is what we’re all here for: “Chizuru-chan Development Diary 5” by circle Muchakai.