Well, hey, since Tomo-chan was Onnanoko (or Onna no Ko, if you want to be that guy) is coming to an end soon, I thought it’d be great to take a look at some of the doujin work of the creator of that series, Yanagida Fumita.
It’s not uncommon at all for even major manga artists to produce, or come from, the doujinshi scene. Rikudou Koushi is one of my personal favorites on that front and I’m sure we’ll get around to him on here at some point. Some tend to stop work on erodoujin once they make it big in the manga world, and while Tomo-chan might not be to those heights, Fumita doesn’t seem to have released anything since 2015 or so on his pixiv (and that was a repost of Gotsugou Soukan, which is from 2013-ish). Maybe he’ll get back to it after Tomo-chan.
Oh, and I’ll be skipping his four or so rape doujin because those are legitimately some of the most boring things I’ve ever read. The art is good if you’re into the genre though. The lamia one is good for a chuckle as well.
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