Ichijinsha will publish yet another exciting line of BL goodness—gateau Magazine. Their tag line, “Creative Destruction: Ultimate Borderless BL Comics” is really intriguing. I’m not exactly sure if this is a theme just for their first issue but nonetheless, it’s really exciting! 

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Announcement of hiatus

Hello everyone! Been a long while.

I’ve said this numerous of times already before that I always wanted to finally announce a tentative hiatus. Although for the past few months I still had that urge to actually try and update something but unfortunately I couldn’t do so much. I’m already on my last 2 years of college and it’s becoming more and more hectic. To add to this is actually my urge to improve more on what I want to do most in my life and that is drawing. Thank you to those who still subscribe to my blog. I really appreciate it considering I don’t update as much anymore.

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Anonymous whispered:
Do you have the ISBN for the photobook?

Shoten Danshi

"Shoten Danshi" bookstore list

Aaaaahhh I’m so sorry I completely forgot to mention the bookstores included in “Shoten Danshi” photobook so here it is!

  • Aoi Shoten
  • Animate
  • Village Vanguard
  • Kinokuniya
  • Shosen
  • Sanseido
  • Junkudo
  • Bunkyodo
  • Horindo
  • Miraiya
Anonymous whispered:
Ooh that photobook looks interesting... You gonna do more features on bishonen photobooks or is it just one time thing?

Hi! “Shoten Danshi” is actually the very first ikemen photobook I got to encounter (also Sagawa Danshi). I got to see other ones before but it is focused on BL—-pose references to be exact. If you’re familiar with “Mangaka to Tsukuru BL Pose Collection” that’s the photobook I’m talking about. 

But yes, I’m going to feature other similar photobooks if there will be a new one announced—-which I’m really hoping it’s about baristas this time LOL.

Photobook: “Shoten Danshi”

Shoten Danshi” or “Bookstore Men” in Japanese, is a collection of photos of different (good-looking) male bookstore employees in different but specific popular bookstores in Japan. This is kind of like the artbooks “Moe Danshi Gatari” and “Mousou Hello Work“—lots of in-depth explanation on what their work is about and how they go about in daily life. Continue reading 

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lovejunchan whispered:
*kisses cheek* pass this on to the next ten people on your dash! (ɔˆ ³(ˆ⌣ˆc)

TAKES YOU TO MY BED—-I mean /coughs/ thank you Juuuun <3