Otona Mitsuki NHML

So here we have August’s Near Hentai Monthly Lady, Otona Mitsuki from the hentai series Mankitsu Happening. I don’t typically like to draw characters from hentai (or even ecchi, most of the time), even ones I like, since I feel like the hentai kinda covers everything in most cases. Like, a large part of what I like to do is bring lewdness to things that aren’t inherently lewd, but I digress. I remember watching Mankitsu Happening about five years ago or so, but it didn’t really stick with me too much. I thought it was kinda generic and so-so as far as hentai goes, the story didn’t grab me and I thought the girls all felt a bit too familiar to other hentai I’d watched in the past. It’s not a bad series, though, and I can see why some folks might get attached to it or the characters. Otona here is an idol who gets caught up in the events of the story, and part of her character is this little disguise she wears while in public (the hat and glasses). We never see her have sex wearing these items, even though I think they’re cute and make her a bit less generic looking than she normally does. So, since I wanted to bring something to this pic you can’t find in the OVA itself, I had her wearing them here. I also decided to throw in two of the other prominent girls in the series, Rei Suzukawa (left) and Kururu Hiiragi (right) for good measure. And I guess for good measure we can confirm that the POV guy here is Keiichi Oyamada, the protagonist of the series. I mean, who else could it be, right?

With this post, NHML nominations for the month of September are now open. For those who don’t know, I’ll run down the rules real quick. Nominations are limited to one per person. You can nominate any female character you want, provided I have not drawn her within the past calendar year (though I prefer characters I’ve never drawn, period). Previous NHML winners are not eligible for a second time. Nominees must also not be from the same franchise as this month’s winner, Mankitsu Happening. If you violate any of those rules, I’ll let you know, and you can nominate someone else. I know it can be hard to keep track of these things. You may nominate by either commenting in the cBox, commenting on this post, or emailing me (Nearphotison2010@yahoo.com). I’ll compile a list of the nominees in the sidebar of this site, and then on September 1st I will use a randomizer to select the winning character who I will proceed to draw sometime that month. I look forward to seeing who you all nominate this time around!


  1. Priii

    Oh please you dumb shit. There’s no such thing as a Həntaì series, that word means “pervert” not “porn” (or anything related to nude imagery and sex – especially in a fictious sense).
    You dweebs try to add a misnomer to simple ‘cartoon porn’; you can’t change the meaning of a word that’s not native to English. Also, you just sound plain dumb to call something a (translation:) pervert series.
    Educate yourself, it’s most wannabe-Asian/Jpnophiles that behave and act so ignorant touched with arrogance

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  2. Priii

    True Dictionaries don’t feature Slang and Emoji sections, not to mention half the content are sourced from Cambridge Dictionary, Collins Dictionary, etc. Also, still doesn’t override the fact of changing a words meaning in its native language – does the link you provide even show etymology? Individual break of both characters? Most these online dictionary sites index words from other dictionary sites that’s why they have same descriptions; if you open a physical dictionary you wouldn’t find it there. Seeing as their is a slang section (to which the link probably falls under) it is hard to call it a legitimate dictionary publisher – rather they compile from all types of dictionaries – UrbanDictionary included, Slang, etc. rather than look at the accuracy of the word. You find me a native (Jp) dictionary that has the same description, well… it doesn’t exist. Case closed.

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