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Japanese cartoon strip

sho'nuff

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there was this one japanese cartoon strip someone posted on here once, but it got removed. it was a long black and white drawing of some girl and a guy going through some series of issues that kept getting larger and more bizarre and culminated in some incomprehensible visuals. anyone know what im talking about? i dont remember who it was that posted it either, so if someone can help point me to the right link or direction it would be appreciated!
 

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^^^ Looks like it
 

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Originally Posted by sho'nuff
no. both of the above arent it. sorry.


it is a block type comic strip but it was like a 50 cells long or so, it was huge. it was sort of sexual/erotic, violent, japanese type of crazy art imagination.


i know what your talking about bro. hmmm.
 

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It was in DT. Took like 5 minutes to scroll through the entire thing. I can't recall which threak though.
 

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