Pikupikun = “Japan’s Hottest Mangaka”

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Ero-mangaka, visual-kei poseur and former host Pikupikun has been hailed as Japan’s hottest mangaka, and, perhaps unsurprisingly given his current and former line of work, also one of its most perverse…

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  • Anonymous commented on July 21, 2012 03:29

    I think it would fuck with your opinion about him looking too fake if you saw hi in real life and notice he doesn't have a stiff neck in that "must preserve my hairstyle way" Alot... More

  • Anonymous commented on January 4, 2012 17:48

    I'm a 5'2 girl and I want to fight him. God, I want to beat up this dork so bad. He tries so hard to look cool and yet look like a fool.... More


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A visual kei band member denouncing Hatsune Miku and the other Vocaloids as “not being real music” has prompted outrage amongst Miku’s legion of devoted followers.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 28, 2014 05:33

    Why is this fool talking smack, when you know pop artists like him do not write their own music and everything they wear or do is critiqued by a group of paid professionals.... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 10, 2012 00:37

    Did it not occur to him that some people might like Vocaloid music AND non-vocaloid music? Vocaloids were originally marketed as an instrument, just like a guitar or a drum kit. The people producing musical... More


Hello Kitty Goes Bad: Visual-Kei Kitty

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Sanrio and X Japan have announced that they would be collaborating for the X Japan’s World Tour Live concerts, bringing their renowned Hello Kitty brand into a new world of eccentric hairstyles.

The new look Hello Kitty, or now known as “Visual-kei Hello Kitty” was created by owner Sanrio specifically for this tour.

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  • Hikabusha13 commented on January 26, 2010 13:57

    "This is the first time that a Sanrio created character has had a collaboration with a real life band" That's false, Sanrio had a collaboration with their famous character "Hello Kitty" and the rock band Balzac... More

  • Hiro commented on March 14, 2009 16:24

    hey, why don't they come to latin america???... More


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