How do you celebrate Christmas? If you’re an otaku, then your festivities probably include setting up your Sailor Moon Christmas tree, baking Naruto-shaped cookies, watching Christmas anime specials, mailing anime-themed greeting cards to all your family and friends, and singing Vocaloid carols around your neighborhood. No matter how you celebrate, though, it’s never too late to start a new tradition. If you’re looking for a fresh way to make the winter season memorable, check out these Christmas anime figures that you can bring home just in time for the holidays! Nendoroid – Petite Eren
Finding good doujinshi is often a cause for major headaches. This is especially true for international buyers due to the limited numbers of available stock, even within Japan, causing many foreigners to head to Japan just to get their paws on a doujinshi by their favorite circle.
Attack on Titan is excellent source material for doujinshi. Although there are traces of romance between the characters, it is never directly shown. Fans have let their imaginations run wild with male-male pairings (Eren x Armin) and also conventional male-female pairings (Eren x Mikasa), giving rise to a large range of yaoi and adult doujinshi. Levi, meanwhile, is frequently made the subject of satire in gag doujinshi due to the sternness of his character.
Kuroko no Basuke has been extremely popular with mainstream readers, particularly women. It has had many doujinshi spin-offs, largely due to the seven male leads, which means a big opportunity for male-male pairings. The frequent reference to Kuroko as being a shadow helps push the matter further. As such, the fan clubs of the franchise are composed almost solely of fujoshi (females with an obsessive fascination for male-male pairings).
Doujinshi are usually self-published works made by amateurs to the publishing scene, but published artists are also known to dabble in doujinshi as a way to release works that aren’t otherwise suitable for general publication. They can be divided into two main categories—originals and spin-offs of existing works in the market, though the latter seems more common in recent years.