Posts Tagged ‘Japan’

Too Much Information – Part 6

2015/07/10

Remember the days when someone’s mom sleeping around and their not knowing who their father was was more emotionally difficult and traumatic for them rather than the person they’re confiding in?

Sometimes. free love can be a little too free.

Sometimes, free love can be a little too free.

This graphic revelation has been brought to you by Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 7 (March 13, 2015) by Okayado.

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Gastronomical Anomalies – Part 4

2015/06/04

Who knew it was even possible for a meal to look worse entering the body than exiting it?

Well, she's dedicated, I'll give her that. That or suicidal.

Well, she’s dedicated, I’ll give her that. Either that or suicidal.

This literal attempt to swallow a bitter pill comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 6 (September 13, 2014) by Okayado.

Manga Sexual Innuendo – Part 4

2015/01/23

Sexually suggestive pranks take on a new dimension if you’re undead. And modular.

It's like a Boob Stress Ball! :O

Amazing! It’s like the antithesis of a Boob Stress Ball! :O

This awkward situation comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 5 (March 13, 2014) by Okayado.

Gastronomical Anomalies – Part 2

2014/12/18

There’re no incorrect ways to consume food and drink, just socially questionable ones.

At least she doesn't have to worry about anything getting stuck in her throat. :/

At least she doesn’t have to worry about anything getting stuck in her throat. :/

This guide to dullahan table manners comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 5 (March 13, 2014) by Okayado.

Comics Within Comics – Part 2

2014/12/10

Fangirls comes in all shapes. And sizes. And species.

Well, at least she has the basics of human interaction nailed down.

Well, at least she has the basics of human interaction nailed down.

Today’s run-in comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 1 (September 13, 2012) by Okayado.

From Bad To Worse – Part 3

2013/12/26

There are worse things than a vampire being on good terms with a nun from a local church.

Vampire with a nun fetish? Wasn't that the plot of an upcoming anime coming out next year?

Vampire with a nun fetish? Isn’t that the plot of an anime that’s due out next year?

This disturbing implied overlap of vampirism, hobbyism, and fetishism has been brought to you by Chibi Vampire Airmail (かりん Airmail/Karin Airmail) (January 7, 2009) by Yuna Kagesaki.

Arachnocrurophilia

2013/06/29

For all the lonely hearts out there, just remember: you’re someone’s fetish object. 🙂

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So she’s four times as sexy as a human woman, then? 🙂

Today’s unusual appeal has been brought to you by Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 4 by Okayado.

The Weird Wide Web – Part 4

2013/06/25

Never underestimate the power of social media.

Imagine what would've happened if they'd used Facebook or Tumblr.

Imagine what would’ve happened if they’d used Facebook or Tumblr.

This intervention has been brought to you by Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 1 (September 13, 2012) by Okayado.

Catwoman, Manga, and Naughty Tentacles

2012/06/22

Honestly, Catwoman…if you pick up a copy of a manga called Perverted Demon (変態悪魔/Hentai Akuma), you’re pretty much asking for trouble.

Thank god she didn’t pick up any guro manga.

This otaku moment has been brought to you by Batman Incorporated #1 (January 2011) by Grant Morrison, Yanick Paquette, and Michel Lacombe.

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 4

2011/11/11

I’m not sure which of the following is the most facepalm-worthy: the horrible Japanese stereotype’s inability to differentiate between the consonants “l” and “r”, the captions and editor’s comments mocking the horrible Japanese stereotype’s inability to differentiate between the consonants “l” and “r”, or Barry Allen‘s joke about underage marriage/pedophilia.

I don't even know where to begin describing how utterly wrong this is.

This landmark in Silver Age offensiveness has been brought to you by The Flash #180 (June 1968) by Frank Robbins, Ross Andru, and Mike Esposito.


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