- From Japanese 同人誌 doujinshi (fan-produced manga or essay booklets) from 同人 doujin (a group for the same interest) + 誌 shi (a magazine or a pamphlet). (Wiktionary)
“The beautiful graphics, immersive music, engaging sewing minigames, engrossing plot and sweet, sweet homoerotic angst revolutionised the genre and the tie-in doujinshi market.”
“And she does acknowledge that the laws are different, but she also says that while doujinshi is technically illegal in Japan, it’s treated much differently culturally.”
“She also comes with this doujinshi, which is the same as the one packed with the earlier version of Kotone-chan.”
“If you like the pictures on Happy Soda, then getting this so-called doujinshi is not going to disappoint.”
“It sounds like the eManga site will include some titles that will be online only, such as doujinshi and older titles.”
“I'm supposed to be working on a piece for ACen's doujinshi, but today I'm just not feeling it.”
“As a fan artist and off/on doujinshi writer myself, I would prefer my work to be treated as part of the separate categories that it belongs to.”
“Furthermore, despite how it is “defined” as illustrated fanfiction, it is not “fanfiction” - it is doujinshi, which should be covered in its own article.”
“Why not write additional articles on fan art and/or doujinshi?”
“Yoshinaga came from the world of doujinshi, fan-created comics.”
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