Top 20 Flat-Chested Anime Girls


Few anime would be considered complete without a token flat-chested character, and in some cases they are blessed with an entire cast of washboard girls – fans supply an extensive ranking of their favourites, who may or may not also correspond to the very flattest.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 6, 2014 09:07

    yeah how?... More

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Top 10 Kyoto Animation Anime


Kyoto Animation’s ascendancy over moeblob anime is beyond question, but the crucial question of which blobs are the most popular can only be answered by the inevitable ranking, one which seems to suggest the KyoAni holy trinity of K-ON!, Haruhi and Lucky Star is actually better described as K-ON!, Clannad and Haruhi.

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  • Knuckels_E commented on October 17, 2011 17:16

    Lucky Star should be number one Konata is awesome!... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 23, 2011 13:37

    Lucky Star is at 7?!! Iam at a disappoint.... More

Lucky Star – The Musical


It has been announced that otaku anime Lucky Star is “finally” to be adapted into a musical, with Konata and company finally given the opportunity to sing and dance.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 26, 2011 12:45

    Mm nice, but I'd rather like to have a second season, it would be awesome... of course if they don't fail it that is^^... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 26, 2011 06:36

    which side is the head? ~♪ where do you start eating it? ~♬... More

Even You Can Find a Partner! 35% Succeed in Ota-Konkatsu


The organisers of the recent Lucky Star Konkatsu dating event are crowing over the fact that “35%” of the otaku participants successfully formed nascent otaples.

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  • Holy One commented on October 23, 2011 19:12

    *stares at the Kagamin-Kona pic* ... ('///') ... ... Huh? Wha-? Oh, the 35%. Lol.... More

  • Amir commented on December 9, 2010 10:29

    I mean this is actually kind of true. "Otaku" or in general Anime/Manga/Vocaloid fans who feel socially out of place likely have their attitude and behavior to blame more than their interests. If you want... More

Lucky Star Kagamiko Cosplay


Famed Lucky Star character Kagami Hiiragi is seen here in her miko costume tending to a rather picturesque shrine, as cosplayed by Kanda Midori.

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  • RoxbiT commented on November 18, 2010 23:41

    Can Photoshop do something for her mouth,,? I don't know why, it's really annoying...... More

  • NakkiNyan commented on November 14, 2010 10:47

    well worth the cash.... More

2D > 3D = False


Creepy otaku losers sworn to 2D over real women are being accused of showing their true colours – an otaku-oriented dating event held at the Lucky Star (Washinomiya) Shrine was so massively oversubscribed that 20 men applied for every place, despite the $100 fee (for men), and there were even 6 women for every place.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 13, 2010 15:44

    12:25 Rather than the question being stupid, it's only 'stupid' in your reality. You can't decipher the nature of the question because of your limited thought-processes. Calling it stupid isn't sour grapes, but more like true... More

  • kumesana commented on November 13, 2010 02:18

    You seem to read 2D > 3D as something else than "I obtain more from 2D than from 3D." Which makes you kinda sound like an idiot.... More


The current boom for “konkatsu” – structured matchmaking events for men and women unable to find mates any other way – has given rise to an otaku-friendly version: the organisers of “Ota-konkatsu” promise lonely otaku the chance to meet a real life female on a tour of Washinomiya Shrine, famed as a holy ground to Lucky Star fans – for a substantial fee of course.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 8, 2012 17:29

    Yeah... you're probably ugly as hell, too.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 6, 2010 15:27

    hey guys why do u think all otaku girls likes yaoi?... gosh that's why u are single! you think all otaku girls are yaoi fans, all women only want money, all women are lazy... at... More

Giant Strippable Patricia Martin Figure


Freeing continues its noted series of giant pantsu-baring Lucky Star figures with a new huge figure version of Patricia Martin in the usual removable PE kit, just like her friends.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 22, 2010 02:02

    I jizzed so hard.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 21, 2010 04:59

    I never liked her because of her voice but now that's null and void.... More

Giant Iwasaki Minami Loli Figure


Freeing have announced the latest figure in their line of giant removeable pantsu figures, to be none other than Iwasaki Minami, and set to be released in late November 2010. Following her friend Yutaka and seniors, she will be depicted in a complete and readily removable PE kit.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 5, 2010 19:33

    What else can you think of? Of course to stare at it and try to resist the temptation to strip that doll and ass soon you do, your mom barges in your room in the... More

  • X_FANG commented on July 24, 2010 08:11

    and I shall join the ride!!!... More

Lucky Star Scrapped


The forlorn sight of a Lucky Star itasha being tossed away like yesterday’s vapid moeblob anime is sure to tug at the heartstrings of otaku the world over, or those who remember it at any rate.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 11, 2010 13:48

    I never understood moe, and didn't when I first seen Lucky Star back when it first aired. But I loved it. Seriously, what the fuck is with this moe marketing? Why people are drawn into... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 25, 2010 16:29

    I thought of this Simpsons clip when I read it would be turned into a cube More

Lucky Star Yutaka Kobayakawa 1/4 Scale Loli Figure


Yutaka Kobayakawa follows her seniors’ path and gets a 1/4 scale figure rendition in PE kit, completely made of fabric that is of course fully removable.

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  • William commented on March 24, 2011 11:14

    @ Anon 09:55 Ok, you go first...... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 2, 2010 09:47

    la sacaron muy tarde .. pero puta madre... ta muy bonita XDDD... More


The Lucky Star mikoshi, one of Washinomiya’s most sacred relics to legions of otaku devotees, will be be spending most of the year in China for the Expo 2010 Shanghai China international fair as an example of Japan’s unique modern visual art.

The mikoshi, a Shinto portable shrine used as a sort of chariot for deities during religious processions, is perhaps less well known outside of Japan than it deserves, so a brief introduction to the shrine is included below…

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  • Mikorio commented on May 27, 2010 02:29

    I went to the expo and didn't see it, is it hidden away in a nook somewhere? I walked the whole Japan Pavilion and didn't see head nor tails of it anywhere.... More

  • h8GWB commented on May 22, 2010 14:40

    You mean bootleg the mikoshi, so that more people can have them?... More

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