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GreatMosu, the very popular author of Satania doujinshi, had more success with the netorare

GreatMosu (ぐ れ ー と も す) is a Japanese illustrator who participated in light novels Saikyou Seikishi one Cheat Nashi Gendai Seikatsupublished through the publishing label SUPPLEMENT in 2017, with two volumes. But adult manga readers certainly know him better because he is the author of one of the doujinshi hentai of Gabriel Drum Out most commonly, one star Satanichia “Satania” Kurumizawa McDowell.

Unfortunately, this popular manga, entitled “Koisuru Dai Akuma | The Ardmon in love (nhentai: 211648) not his best-selling work, by far. It turns out that the artist also published the history of the neotrare genre that completely swept away his previous works. The title of this two part doujinshi is “Seiso Kanojo, Ochiru | The Fall of the Pure Girl”(295703 & 342738), which are assembled on the platform FANZA they have sold 101,538 and 88,239 digital copies, respectively.

Satania doujinshi barely collected, as common as it is, 7,092 digital copies sold on the same platform. Why is the Netorare genre, also known as NTR, still the most successful in Japan? There are many theories on this that can be read on networks, such as those that claim it is due to the adrenaline feel and read, which will inspire the most naughty readers.

Others say that manga is an easy reminder to read the pure genre that “there is no true love“And some others become more philosophical by making sure that”those who read it see it as a reflection of its reality, making them escape the situation to feel better about themselvesSure, it's a mystery why the neotrare genre is so popular, but it's also true that there's a big difference between those who enjoy it and those who don't: Those who love the good fortune of the girl, and those who love him, side with the one who lost her. So who are the real winners?

Fountain: FANZA | MórMosu

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