Review: The Spirit of Capitalism 3


Well, I’m sort of wondering how best to do this thing. So I am going to just write it in the typical rambling style and trying to hit on things I think are important and write out blah blah. Like I did with my old doujinshi reviews.

First off, thanks a ton to Icarus Publishing for the book. It was put to paper by the fabulous Tuna Empire. The print quality is top notch. You know, all that stuff. Here’s the info block.

Book: The Spirit of Capitalism
Creator: Tuna Empire
Publisher: Icarus Publishing
Buy It Here

Well, first off, the art is really fantastic. I’ve always been a big fan of artist that are capable of portraying the softness of women, when they are soft, that is. The curves of the ladies and the way their various part mash to together. It’s wonderful. Now when I was looking through the book to try to find a solid genre to put it in, I was rather hard pressed to get it. Let’s run the list here. There’s clearly some nipple fetishism, there’s femdom, there’s futa, there’s group sex, chikan, lots of anal play, yuri. The list proably goes on a bit more, but that’s not going to give you an idea of what goes on.

Review: The Spirit of Capitalism

Itou Sayuri is a new office lady at a company with some rather interesting company policies. Well, let’s take the uniform for example. The vest doesn’t cover the breasts, there is no skirt to speak of, and women’s name tags are worn through the nipple. Just like the company I work at. Basically the story goes that the office ladies are in charge of keeping up productivity by blowing all the guys in the office any time they get a hard on. Through the course of things, the ladies take advantage of each other as well. Good stuff. The only chapter that really felt sort of out of place was the train chapter. Things just sort of seemed not to fit in, and it felt more like wish fulfillment that anything else. That is not to say it wasn’t super hot. The chapter eye catch (or whatever you call it) was the hottest in the entire book , hands down.

Anyway, moving forward, things start to move forward so far as the plot goes. Some Americans come to perform a hostile takeover. I would be playing up the hilarious pun-like nature of these sorts of things, but any joke I could make about hostile takeovers and things like that are really just… you know… the way the story goes. Yes, the Americans come to fuck the shit out of the dominatrix Japanese business owner. I think it sort of works out that whichever president gets the most worn out from the fucking loses? That seemed to be how it worked. Chapter five, let me tell you, it contains the gayest looking guy I’ve seen outside of yaoi in a good while. Really amazing.

Review: The Spirit of Capitalism

Anyway, the Americans get their shit going by having a sexy Indian futa girl take it to town on the Japanese boss. It’s really a fairly approachable futa scene if it’s something you’re hesitant about liking. And it’s also part of an otherwise fairly typical book. I know a lot of people out there aren’t really familiar with a lot of eromanga, so when I say it’s typical, it’s probably still a good deal more extreme than many of the things you find online. Just so you know. Expand your world people.

So anyway, the Americans win, the Japanese boss is forced to get dominated. Sayuri gets some.. enema-centric administrative punishment. There’s not scat play or anything. So don’t worry. Rather, they cut away from the scat and replace it with a more pleasing image of summer time fun. So, after Sayuri blows shit water all over the new president, the president asks Sayuri to marry her. Yeah, I don’t quite get it either. Then they get married. That’s about it.

Really, over all, this story was just sort of inane, but I have to say the art and the sort of happy-go-lucky flow of the coming really make it worth reading over and over again. I say that because you have at least six or seven different runs of scenes that are worth enjoying. And they’re good for more than one visit. I guarantee that you’ll find something hot the second time in, some sexy detail, that you missed the second time.

Review: The Spirit of Capitalism

Now, that’s the story. The book comes with some extras from the author, and let me say that I am extremely pleased to read that Tuna Empire also has a thing for girls with scars. Oh man. I would just eat up some eromanga with girls with scars. Or at least one girl with scars. So far, the only thing I can find to get that sort of thing is doujin. Please let Tuna-sensei make a scar-girl eromanga! Simon! License any you see! I will buy all the copies! (Note: unrealistic dream.)

And that’s it from me. Please do buy the book. It’s well worth the purchase. The art is amazing, the story is fun, and the mangaka clearly knows how to make a manga that you can get more than one round of spanks out of.

Let me know how you liked the review so I can tweak it a bit if need be. It felt comfortable to write, so I will likely keep it close to this style.

Review: The Spirit of Capitalism

Book: The Spirit of Capitalism
Creator: Tuna Empire
Publisher: Icarus Publishing
Buy It Here


3 thoughts on “Review: The Spirit of Capitalism

  • domokun

    OMG I’VE MISSED YOU SO i don’t know if you remember me but if you do my thanks to you, i can’t belive you’re back so soon did you close because of cost? well now that your back congrats i’ve been coming to onni-chan just to see if anything has happened, well i guess it paid off, lol funny, i just read the top about the custody battle, well welcome back it’s been a while so if you don’t remember me i can set a new and better reputation (if it was bad at all?)

  • n/t

    Wow, I never knew about Icarus Publishing before.
    The review is really nice. Only I read it a month ago. Now where’s them updates?

    I just hope お兄ちゃんのエッチ.com won’t die so soon again..

  • Skafia

    I just bought this, and it is awesome. Icarus publishers is great, if you’re going to buy something from them I’d also check out patchwork, juciy fruits, and relish.

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