This was an interesting find from Akihabara's Comic Zin. From an anonymous doctor who has gone on to write professionally published essay manga about hospital life, here's a self-published moe guide to forensic examination of human corpses. Get a look at the morbid manga after the jump.
Kurone Mishima is a Japanese moe manga artist/illustrator who has been famous for his works for Ascii Media Works' Dengeki Maou magazine and Hobby Japan's light novel label HJ Bunko. His private doujinshi circle "SHIROPRO" posted an anime promotional video for Comic Market 83 yesterday. Check the video after the jump.
On November 11th, the CMPC (Comic Market Preparations Committee) announced on its official site that they also received a threat letter on October 29th and have already reported to the police station under jurisdiction. Comic Market is the largest doujinshi event in Japan. Hit the jump for more story.
How much do fans of light music club bands and pirates overlap? We're guessing enough to thoroughly enjoy this fan cross-over manga featuring the K-On! girls in a decidedly One Piece-esque situation and drawing style. Hit the jump to read it!
Kangyosai 2011 was one of the biggest joint doujinshi event held at Miyako Messe in Kyoto City on November 20. The event featured a variety of genres; Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, Strike Witches, Touhou Project, My-HiME, PreCure, light novels, Meganekko, indie music, and Yuri. As usual, we were able to find a ton of flyes for the other recent/up-coming doujinshi events in Japan. Check the samples after the jump.
Following Part 1 (TIGER&BUNNY), Part 2 introduce the flyers of the upcoming doujinshi events which feature the SHONEN JUMP manga series. The weekly SHONEN JUMP is still one of the best-selling manga magazine in Japan and printing 3.000.000 copies every week. Thus, tremendous amount of their popular manga's doujinshi have been drawn since the early days of the fandom in 1980's. Check their recent trend after the jump.
An all-genre doujinshi event called "Odekake Live in Kochi 57" was held at Culture Plaza CUL-PORT in Kochi-city today. It was a very small local event (only 250 circles and 700-800 attendees), but still I could find a ton of flyers of the upcoming doujinshi events in Japan. This Part 1 section introduces the flyers of the TIGER & BUNNY events. Check them out after the jump.
The 80th Comic Market, Comiket 80, has started at Tokyo Big Sight convention center today August 12. As most of you probably know, Comiket is the largest doujinshi (self-published comic book) event in the world, which held twice a year. This summer's Comiket has been held on August 12, 13 and 14. Check some photos from the industry booths after the jump.
"Gokicha/Cockroach Girls" is a doujinshi manga about anthropomorphized cockroaches created by Rui Tamachi. Aoshima Bunka Kyozai, a Japanese plastic model company, has announced they will release a model kit featuring the Gokicha characters on late-July. More details in the article.