Source: Robot 6
The popular My Little Pony franchise is reportedly making its debut in manga, a traditional Japanese form of cartoon pornography. Robot 6 reported on the news, providing the image below which was passed around the Tokyo International Anime Fair last week. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is already popular in Japan, where it is known as My Little Pony: Tomodachi wa Mahō (literal translation: schoolgirl sex steeds), but it will soon be appearing in Pucchigumi, which we assume is a reprehensible smut publication marketed to children. The image below looks, to our untrained eyes, just like the regular My Little Pony artwork ,with the only addition being titilating Japanese letters, but we're sure there are a lot of minute differences that bronies, the adult male fans of My Little Pony, or sex criminals, the adult male fans of manga ,will be able to point out in the comments below.
No news yet on the debut date, but an artist for the manga is expected to be announced this Spring.
(top image from DeviantArt)
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