History Main / DouJinShi

3rd Nov '16 8:04:19 PM Assassin-sensei
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* ''Comic Party'' is an anime (based on a dating sim game) about the process of making doujinshi. The main character is convinced by a friend of his to use his artistic skills and use doujinshi to "Take over the world." The process of doujinshi is shown in detail, from scripting to printing to selling.

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* ''Comic Party'' ''VisualNovel/ComicParty'' is an anime anime/manga (based on a dating sim game) about the process of making doujinshi.doujinshi (referred to in the English dub as 'fan comics'). The main character is convinced by a friend of his to use his artistic skills and use doujinshi to "Take over the world." The process of doujinshi is shown in detail, from scripting to printing to selling.
10th Oct '16 7:16:30 PM nombretomado
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Interestingly, the first doujinshi were made in America during the early 20th century. They were called "Tijuana bibles," and were eight-page porn comics usually starring cartoon characters or movie stars having explicit and often-comedic sex. (There have been guesses why they were called "Tijuana" bibles, but the reasoning is always obscure.) The creator of ComicStrip/LilAbner famously said that he knew he'd hit the big time when Tijuana bibles of his characters began to surface. The first "doujinshi" to raise a major fuss was an underground comic called ''Air Pirates Funnies.'' After the first issue, the existing designs were replaced with [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] [[ClassicDisneyShorts characters]] in rather explicit situations. This did not please Disney.

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Interestingly, the first doujinshi were made in America during the early 20th century. They were called "Tijuana bibles," and were eight-page porn comics usually starring cartoon characters or movie stars having explicit and often-comedic sex. (There have been guesses why they were called "Tijuana" bibles, but the reasoning is always obscure.) The creator of ComicStrip/LilAbner famously said that he knew he'd hit the big time when Tijuana bibles of his characters began to surface. The first "doujinshi" to raise a major fuss was an underground comic called ''Air Pirates Funnies.'' After the first issue, the existing designs were replaced with [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] [[ClassicDisneyShorts [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts characters]] in rather explicit situations. This did not please Disney.
22nd Sep '16 6:36:15 PM sampacm
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** ''VideoGame/TheQueenOfHeart''



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22nd Sep '16 6:12:31 PM sampacm
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19th Aug '16 2:22:23 AM AtmosBlitzer
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* Konata from ''Anime/LuckyStar'' is a Comiket veteran, once recruiting her friends to come with her, during which episode, Kagami spots the yaoi doujin pictured above. Curiosity gets the best of her, and...well...[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bpoo7NZAPWI hilarity ensues]].

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* Konata from ''Anime/LuckyStar'' is a Comiket veteran, once recruiting her friends to come with her, during which episode, Kagami spots the yaoi doujin of Gauron and Sousuke from ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' pictured above. Curiosity gets the best of her, and...well...[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bpoo7NZAPWI hilarity ensues]].
16th Aug '16 6:31:01 PM rjd1922
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** ''BattleMoonWars''
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** ''QueenOfFighters''
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** ''[[ValkyrieProfile Valkyrie Fight]]''
** ''Pokemon: Wild Type''

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* ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'', which later got its own manga series
2nd Aug '16 1:52:39 PM Willbyr
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The second effect is that a number of anime feature doujinshi as either primary plot points, or sideline elements. Involvement in doujinshi is usually a trait of [[OtakuSurrogate Otaku Surrogates]]. ''VisualNovel/ComicParty'' and ''Manga/DoujinWork'' are stories centered around it, while {{Genshiken}} addresses it as a fandom trait; Creator/StudioGainax's ''Anime/OtakuNoVideo'' is essentially a fanciful self-biopic of the company's origins as a doujin circle.

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The second effect is that a number of anime feature doujinshi as either primary plot points, or sideline elements. Involvement in doujinshi is usually a trait of [[OtakuSurrogate Otaku Surrogates]]. ''VisualNovel/ComicParty'' and ''Manga/DoujinWork'' are stories centered around it, while {{Genshiken}} ''Manga/{{Genshiken}}'' addresses it as a fandom trait; Creator/StudioGainax's ''Anime/OtakuNoVideo'' is essentially a fanciful self-biopic of the company's origins as a doujin circle.






* The eponymous club in ''Manga/{{Genshiken}}'' has a [[PornStash locker full of Doujins]] in the club room. Later, the club produce their own doujinshi for ShowWithinAShow ''Anime/KujibikiUnbalance''. Oguie also draws {{yaoi}} doujinshi, and once accidently spills a large pile of hardcore one she bought in front of the boys in the club.

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* The eponymous club in ''Manga/{{Genshiken}}'' has a [[PornStash locker full of Doujins]] in the club room. Later, the club produce their own doujinshi for ShowWithinAShow ''Anime/KujibikiUnbalance''. Oguie also draws {{yaoi}} doujinshi, and once accidently accidentally spills a large pile of hardcore one ones she bought in front of the boys in the club.



** The character designer of ''Madoka Magica'', Creator/UmeAoki, makes doujinshi under the pseudonym ''Apricot+''; a ''Madoka'' doujin is amongst works she made under this name.

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** The character designer of ''Madoka Magica'', Creator/UmeAoki, makes doujinshi under the pseudonym ''Apricot+''; a ''Madoka'' doujin is amongst among the works she made under this name.



* ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} includes Tijuana bibles as a minor plot device.

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* ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' includes Tijuana bibles as a minor plot device.
19th Jul '16 2:43:42 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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The second effect is that a number of anime feature doujinshi as either primary plot points, or sideline elements. Involvement in doujinshi is usually a trait of [[OtakuSurrogate Otaku Surrogates]]. ''ComicParty'' and ''Manga/DoujinWork'' are stories centered around it, while {{Genshiken}} addresses it as a fandom trait; Creator/StudioGainax's ''Anime/OtakuNoVideo'' is essentially a fanciful self-biopic of the company's origins as a doujin circle.

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The second effect is that a number of anime feature doujinshi as either primary plot points, or sideline elements. Involvement in doujinshi is usually a trait of [[OtakuSurrogate Otaku Surrogates]]. ''ComicParty'' ''VisualNovel/ComicParty'' and ''Manga/DoujinWork'' are stories centered around it, while {{Genshiken}} addresses it as a fandom trait; Creator/StudioGainax's ''Anime/OtakuNoVideo'' is essentially a fanciful self-biopic of the company's origins as a doujin circle.
27th Feb '16 4:33:54 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* In LightNovel/{{Oreimo}}'', the main character, his sister and two of her friends go to Comiket for doujinshi early in the series.

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* In LightNovel/{{Oreimo}}'', ''LightNovel/{{Oreimo}}'', the main character, his sister and two of her friends go to Comiket for doujinshi early in the series.
31st Jan '16 12:40:54 PM StFan
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* Chihaya from ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi'' is another in-universe example. She draws manga and goes to school, but sometimes has trouble trying to fit both into her life. When some of her classmates belittle her efforts, Yoichi beats them up and also chastises them since they lack motivation to do anything themselves but are quick to criticize others for trying to make something of their life. Which then gives Chihaya some more ideas for her manga.

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* Chihaya from ''Manga/AsuNoYoichi'' ''Manga/SamuraiHaremAsuNoYoichi'' is another in-universe example. She draws manga and goes to school, but sometimes has trouble trying to fit both into her life. When some of her classmates belittle her efforts, Yoichi beats them up and also chastises them since they lack motivation to do anything themselves but are quick to criticize others for trying to make something of their life. Which then gives Chihaya some more ideas for her manga.



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