History Manga / DoujinWork

15th Sep '15 7:29:21 AM Willbyr
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
15th Sep '15 7:28:56 AM Willbyr
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/doujin_work_2.jpg Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.
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http://static.[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/doujin_work_2.jpg jpg]] Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] {{doujin|shi}} manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.

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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/doujin_work_2.jpg Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.

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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/doujin_work_2.jpg Najimi Osana is a young woman who has a problem keeping jobs and thus is looking for a way to make a living. By coincidence she discovers that her best friend, Tsuyuri, makes some money by producing erotic [[{{Doujinshi}} doujin]] manga. Najimi figures that she should try it too and decides to debut in the doujin scene herself.
2nd Apr '15 6:00:14 PM sgamer82
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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.
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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', ''Manga/TheComicArtistAndHisAssistants'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.
1st Nov '14 3:16:28 PM MarieSusan
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* ShoutOut: When Hoshi is searching for yaoi manga, doujinshi from Katekyo Hitman Reborn and D. Gray Man can be seen in the background.
30th Jun '14 12:26:00 AM SamCurt
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara'' {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
27th Apr '14 1:12:08 PM SamCurt
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} [[Memes/{{Nasuverse}} memes there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
13th Apr '14 7:46:59 PM SamCurt
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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.
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Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', ''Manga/MangakasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.
13th Apr '14 7:46:27 PM SamCurt
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- ''{{Nasuverse}}''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]].being the creator of several [[Meme/{{Nasuverse}} there]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world. \n Compare and contrast ''Manga/MangasanToAssistantsanTo'', Hiroyuki's later series on being a ''commercial'' mangaka.
13th Oct '13 7:55:30 PM Vasha
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
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The anime series, which aired in 2007, consists of 12 short episodes and is based on a {{yonkoma}} manga by Hiroyuki, who is also known for his doujinshi of ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' and ''FateStayNight''-- ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''-- especially well-known for [[MemeticMutation A Cat Is Fine Too...]]. It diverges from the manga in that the sexual comedy has been toned down considerably, coupled with a massive de-aging of the main character's appearance. The characters' quirky personalities have been well-preserved though and the anime still retains a lot of the energy and zaniness of the original. Amidst all the general silliness, sexual innuendo and {{otaku}} stereotypes it still manages to tell a heartwarming story of friendship and finding your place in the world.
11th Sep '13 11:55:21 PM VPhantom
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* {{Expy}}: Justice and Sora seem to bear a resemblance to Sanger Zonvolt and Irui from ''SuperRobotWars''.
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* {{Expy}}: Justice and Sora seem to bear a resemblance to Sanger Zonvolt and Irui from ''SuperRobotWars''.''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars''.
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