Far be it from me to use these posts as a cheap excuse to talk about artists I love. I mean, come one, I decided not to do the only Blame! doujin because I felt like I would gush too hard about a book that’s a bit too weird (Blame! not the doujin, which seems to take more cues from Blame! Gakuen than anything else) and that everyone seems to love but only pompous assholes ever seem to read. Still, if you want a straightforward fuck story with Cibo, Zuru, and Sanakan, there’s your party.
But this is about something a bit less discussed, considering the artists involved. Still, good work me, right? Sneaking in the Blame! doujin. You didn’t even see it coming.
BUT ENOUGH TALK! This is about the thrill-a-minute manga Koukaku no Pandora from Masamune Shirow (yes, the Ghost in the Shell guy) and Rikudou Koushi (yes, the Excel Saga guy). Two of my favorite meats in the same meal! What could go wrong? Well, nothing according to Japan. The book is on its 14th volume, but the West doesn’t seem to care much for it even though it’s a work of unparalleled genius and a fucking fantastic good time. And hey! It’s more or less cyberpunk!
Whatever, you fags don’t understand art like us real men. Anyway! Someone drew a futa erodoujin of it, so let’s go read it.