One of the many peculiarities exhibited by foremost lolicon ero-manga anthology magazine Comic LO is the publication of disclaimer style images exhorting the readership not to touch, complaining about opprobrium, etc. Frequently they are eccentric, often they are strange, but always they seem to be witty and well designed.
Here are most of them for your inspection, now with almost comprehensive translations:
“Please by no means touch any children”.
“Don’t touch: this our duty”.
“For the sake of your future, let us not touch. Let us preserve this ideal”.
“I’m a lolicon. I love children. So I won’t lay a hand on them”.
Switches for reason and imagination are on. Action switch is off.
“Don’t lay a finger on the children!”
“We’re serious when we say we want to see an end to all sex crimes against children”.
“Comrades! Don’t lose your way!” On the left are “gomics”, the right is the pen.
“Answer in the box: I want to do children / I won’t do children”.
“If/because you’re a lolicon, you protect children”.
Lolicon Hazard Managemnt Manual: “Don’t get near little girls. It is extremly hazardous”.
The Promised Land: Lolimanga Isle.
“Life is good if there is lolita and music”.
“Do you know? A lolicon tax is due for implementation in…”
“Let us protect the priivacy of adults”.
“We’ll never forgive those who make the world like this”.
(the left looks to be a personal alarm)
The Game of Life.
“I think we should try thinking again about the matter of lolita”.
“Friendship, not little girls, is what’s required for lolicon”.
“The flowers in bloom fall, children eventually become adults. So what becomes of the lolicon?”
“Damn all you lolicon! Have you no shame?” Aspiring Beako.
“Lolicon can’t do it over”.
“The End for Loli-Manga Draws Nigh”.
“Lolicon are human beings”.
“They (lolicon) stink, they’re gross, nasty”.
“It’s summer, so be sure to masturbate properly!”
Loli counselling room.
Clebrates the 50th issue of glorious cake.
“We can cure you”. (by giving you delicious cake)
The crab one in particular is very puzzling. There doesn’t seem to be any viable explanation for that?