Doujin Work [TV]
Doujin Works follows the story of a young girl named Najimi Osana and her journey as a doujin artist. She was first exposed to the world of doujin with the help of her friends. With her love for drawing, and seeing how much her friends were making in conventions, Najimi decides to become a doujin artist herself.
However, she quickly discovers that being a doujin artist is not as easy as she thought. As she joins various conventions, she meets many new friends, and together they help each other in achieving their own goals and dreams.
About the Show
Doujin Work is an anime adaptation of the comedy manga series under the same name, written and illustrated by Hiroyuki. Produced by studio Remic, the series aired a total of 12 episodes between July 4, 2007 and September 19, 2007.
After losing her job, Najimi, a young and innocent college student, decides to take a shot at selling doujinshis. She has been mostly inspired by her friends, particularly Tsuyuri and Justice, who were also doujin artists. She uses the pseudonym Beauty Love, and easily gets embarrassed when people catch her with inappropriate drawings.
Founder and only member of her doujinshi circle Panty Revolution, Tsuyuri specializes in rape doujinshis and uses the pseudonym Bloomer Girl.
Justice is Najimi’s childhood friend, and is often protective of her. He is a good doujin artist, evident by the fact that he sells tens of thousands of doujins in a single event. However, due to high production costs, Justice doesn’t make much even though his sales are high.
Seen with Justice almost all of the time, Soura Kitano is the youngest of the main cast. She had given Justice her first kiss, and expresses that she wants to marry Justice someday.
Episode 1: Her First XXX
College student Najimi Osana just got fired from her job, and is now looking for a different line of work. She accompanies her fri