29 Famous Manga and Anime Artists That Have Done Hentai

Hentai, which for some reason means “perversion” in Japanese, is the most sexually tough category of Japanese cartoons and comics. People of the European and American mentality think it is strange that someone can draw long and expensive full-fledged animated series on rape, copulation with demons, incest and other rituals common among Japanese virgins.

Hentai was tried to be banned many times in several countries, including in America, but we didn’t bring this matter to a victorious end. Nevertheless, remember that this article is purely cultural in nature and is not intended to arouse any interest, or simply to arouse.

Here is the list of the most famous and popular artists called mangakas who created hentai:

  1. Fuusen Club;
  2. Tuna Empire;
  3. Yuzuki N Dash;
  4. Yanagawa Rio;
  5. Alice no Takarabako [Mizuryu Kei];
  6. The Amanoja9;
  7. Karma Tatsuro;
  8. Behind Moon [Q];
  9. Rusty Soul;
  10. Kondom;
  11. Nico Pun Nise;
  12. Haruki;
  13. Kuroiwa Menou;
  14. Juan Gotoh;
  15. Jordi Bayarri;
  16. Onizuka Naoshi;
  17. Miyabi Tsuzuru;
  18. John K. Pe-ta;
  19. Mogudan;
  20. Kamirenjaku Sanpei;
  21. Yamatogawa;
  22. Shiwasu No Okina;
  23. BAI Asuka;
  24. Urushihara Satosi;
  25. Jay Naylor;
  26. Amano Ameno;
  27. Hyji;
  28. Tsukino Jyogi;
  29. Minako Nami.

Just as in the case of the usual anime, most hentai animes are based on manga (in this case, hentai-manga) or computer games. As a rule, they contain the following characteristics: mediocre, compared to works for a wide audience, animation or graphics; puppet, almost childish, faces of the characters; showing various sexual deviations (especially scenes of rape and other manifestations of sexual cruelty).

Plots can be as simple and straightforward, and confusing and complex. Hentai is not intended for broadcast on television, therefore, is available in OVA format – for home viewing. It also exists in the form of computer games and doujinshi – works of amateur art, independently published by the authors. It is known and popular in western countries and in America. A variation of anime and manga, not related to hentai, but containing hints of erotic scenes or a large number of jokes with sexual overtones, is called ecchi.

A huge universe of anime appeared precisely from manga – Japanese comics. The term “manga” was first mentioned in 1814 by the famous graphic artist Hokusai Katsusika and means literally “strange (or funny) pictures, grotesques.” Still, anime is far from a manga version, although until the 1970s, the Japanese called what we now consider “anime” – “manga-eyga”, that is, “movie comics”.

The first cartoons began to appear in Japan in 1917, and, of course, they were far from their original descendants. Manga is not the only source of inspiration for anime. Often, anime is based on the work, that is, on the popular in Japan “light-stories” also with a huge genre variety – from a love melodrama to horror, mainly on the fantasy theme. The headache of any publisher ranobe – the search for more and more new authors, for the same purpose annual competitions are held.

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