Pink Pineapple’s back with what ends up being just a perfectly serviceable hentai show. Still, it was just over the line so enjoy.
This manga has a crucial backstory, but luckily there’s a very condensed video available that explains the whole thing.
These men… they straight don’t exist. No names. No fingerprints. You could find yourself in trouble if you run into them and you’re an illegal alien. They’re going to have violent sex with you and force you to do things… horrible things.
But enough about the pre-production of Wild, Wild West, let’s talk about a doujinshi.
So we’ll do something similar to an ero artist spotlight here. Really we’re covering a specific artist, but more a particular fetish or trope.
Gesugao is a particular expression. Essentially, the woman looks at you like she’s somewhere between crazy, murderous, and disgusted. I mean, I guess a guy could do it too, but why would we bother thinking about that sort of thing?
Gesu itself means low-life, so you’re being looked at as though you’re a low-life or trash or sleazy. BUT AGAIN! That still doesn’t quite cover it entirely. Anyway, let’s take a look at some of the artists who create delicious gesugao art.
I forgot to write a new description for this episode because, frankly, I was trying to avoid having to talk about it. Denki Musou Hana is another one of those scrapes at the bottom of the barrel that make me genuinely confused as to how they got made. I’m not sure how it’s for, even though I was so excited for a uniquely styled cyberpunk type of show based on advertising material.
The lies. SO MANY LIES!
Denki Musou Hana ⤚Show
Hey! It’s my birthday soon! So I was thinking, why not highlight some of the absolute best single pages of doujinshi featuring characters giving birth that I’ve ever seen?
I think we all agree that’s the best way to celebrate the miracle of life and so I’m going to do it. Also, I accept birthday gifts in the form of money and links to weird porn. Whichever fits your budget better.
OKAY! Let’s get intimate with the act of shitting out babies.
It’s a new year. Odin has blessed you, I’m sure of it. The Yule comes to a close and we cannot help but feel that life is a path bursting out before us. Of course, new paths breed new questions and misuzu -Ikenai Koto- is a new path indeed.
If you tell me you love me in the comments, I will reject you in the kindest way I know how.