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Kemono Friends AV – “It Was Only A Matter of Time!”


Infamous AV producer TMA have unveiled that an adult video is currently being made for kind-hearted animal girl series Kemono Friends, certain to have fans overjoyed at the thought of watching the girls engage in sloppy 3D intercourse whilst others will no doubt be upset over them being robbed of their purity in a rather torridly low budget porno.

The news was discovered after TMA showcased its planned DVD releases for the month of July, which revealed one peculiar DVD entitled “Kemomimi Cosplayers ~Youkoso Pakkuri Park e” – subsequently, actress Miku Abeno and TMA director Darkra have posted some sample images of the cosplays:














The dirty DVD will go on sale on July 28th.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Last TMA-related entry on Sankaku: June 10, 2012 (Faith/ero).

    And in the time between that entry and this one, you guys forgot to cover TMA’s AV parodies of Love Live and Love Live Sunshine?

    You’re getting rusty, Sankaku.

  • Anonymous says:

    It’s got the usual live action problem – they look way too Asian. Yeah, I know, I know, that’s who they’ve got. But while it works for Bag-chan and Emperor Penguin makes it work, that Serval, Fennec, and Silver Fox are ‘meh’. And then you add in Fat Asian Dude.

  • Anonymous says:

    So why is TMA’s website blocked to everyone outside of Japan? Do they seriously believe the rest of the world would think their stuff is “too extreme” compared to everywhere else? lol

  • Anonymous says:

    You know, for the same cost you could had just made a proper animated version.

    Why is everyone so against making animated anything, especially porn, it’s all flat because it’s a screen. Do something interesting with this medium!

      • Anonymous says:

        Up your’s shithead, and animation is not that expensive, we have FUCKING COMPUTERS vs having to set up a movie set, lighting, cattering, camera equipment and finding actors who are will to do this vs getting two or three animators and some mid range computers together.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yet you fail to see that equipment can be used multiple times while actors are not “pay once, act indefinitely”. Also, it’s easier to get a loan for capital expenses than for wages. You didn’t even consider insurance costs for the actors or public liability insurance for filming on location >_>

          The main argument is that filming a live action movie costs more than animation. I would agree with this notion. Technically, CGI costs can be part of a live action production too, so consider what that does to the figures.

        • Anonymous says:

          Anon 08:29 is correct. Sad but true. Knew someone else too who did something similar, after finishing his MS in CS in a top tier Uni, went to study in one of the better animation schools and works for contract animation studio, doing stuff for the better known studios. Similar stories.

          All part of trying to chase and create dreams. That is why I respect Makoto Shinkai, along with others.

          Thank you for sharing.

        • Anonymous says:

          “There’s actually someone this retarded exist thinking that animation is not that expensive. Bravo. This guy actually thinks animating is easy and thinking mid range computers are enough WOW. I bet he thinks they use MS paint and draw using their mouses.”
          1) no-one is arguing that animation is not easy.
          2) Mid range computers are enough, never had any issue running any of the Adobe suit, 3dmx or maya. Actually a mid range computer nowadays is much better than the best computers used back in the days that Pixart started
          3) animation is not expensive, just look at the many starving animators that will do the great job at a low cost.
          4) animation is nor brain surgery or managing a forest if exchange servers. As someone mentioned earlier a UPS truck driver gets paid lots more.

        • Anonymous says:

          That retard that said that vector graphics take more processing power than bitmaps does not know what he is talking about. Vectors are mathematical and are designed that way to take less processing power. That us why they are favored for web design. Bitmaps can be heavy on memory depending on resolution and size thus take much more processing power. There is another retard out there. Chris Pratt, Star Lord, from Guardians of the Galaxy got paid more than all the animators combined that took to make that movie, jyst let that marinate in your brain for a while.

        • Anonymous says:

          To those saying animation is more expensive because you have to pay animators and voice actors do some research to how much an animator gets paid an hour, then how many animators jobs are out there hiring. You will see a very dark reality. For those that come here and are going to college for animation or plan to here is the reality:
          1) the job does not pays, not enough demand thus good luck freelancing
          2) most animators on a job will not leave it and will remain there not giving opportunities to new blood.
          3) must companies hiring animators don’t know what they are doing and will just want to hire 1 animator to do textures, lighting, rigging, backgrouds….pretty much everything and when they hire you that is their expectation for 10$ to 20$ an hour.
          4) only making from 10$ to 20$ will take a long time to pay college debt, welcome to ever lasting debt
          5) the man working for UPS driving a truck without a college degree gets paid more than an animator, welcome to depression
          6) most companies will give you ridiculously short deadlines, most animators work 15 to 20 hours a day, sleep at work, and rarely see their family.

          Hope you did your research. You will find that the reality is scary. For those going to college switch to something else before you end up piling debt like I did. Cheers!

        • Anonymous says:

          Animators don’t get paid shit. I’m an animator working IT because there are no animator jobs. Shit i even know animators that will work for free just to get their name out there, same with voice actors. So, yeah an animation is MUCH cheaper than a live action ani given day. Wow the ignorance of people out here!

        • Anonymous says:

          Ever tried exporting a video in Adobe Premier on anything other than a quad core i7 of any generation? God it’s such a pain. And that’s just exporting the final cut. Animation software needs higher processing power (much like I mentioned) AND GPU acceleration to make it even usable. And if you’re using Flash or Toonboom (both of which are used heavily in the industry), you’re dealing with vector graphics instead of bitmaps, which take much more resources to render. Just for fun, download Inkscape (an open source vector graphics software comparable to Adobe Illustrator), make four rectangles, add blur to each of them (25%, 50%, 75%, and 100%), and try zooming in and out of it and panning around the page. That’s barely a load animation software will have, yet even on higher end consumer desktops, there’s a lot of visual lag.

        • Anonymous says:

          There’s actually someone this retarded exist thinking that animation is not that expensive. Bravo. This guy actually thinks animating is easy and thinking mid range computers are enough WOW. I bet he thinks they use MS paint and draw using their mouses.

        • Anonymous says:

          lmao , for animation -> u need animator set, three animators, need music, need sound, need voice actors, need guys who put color on the draws, its more complicated than AV movie