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Pack of 4 doujinshi by D’Erlanger [English, 57 pictures]

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YUMMY :D

After Milk Pie First Tea Break, I wanted to share my older faves by D’Erlanger, so there we are :)

This is happy good sex, with zero point zero scenario or complications : if you like the drawings, then go for it, banzai ! ;)

Rather than making a big pack with the semi-billion of works D’Erlanger created, I preferred to make a shorter selection, with just the translated works, or the works being both very well drawn and containing zero dialogues (thus making a translation as impossible as useless). These works are : Maje and Ex, two I”s doujinshi, Ichigo 10% (you know where this is from I hope, but just in case: Ichigo 100%), and Revelation H Volume 2, a Haruhi doujin :)

Open the Complete Pictures Gallery (or the backup gallery)

Here comes the zip link ! Help yourselves ! ^^
(9 MB, 57 pictures, English or no dialogues)

(please, is there a chance you can use the depositfiles link ? That will generate a tiny bonus for me, thank you very much if that's possible for you ! :)
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Or you can also use the Alternative :
Zip Mirror #1 – or – Zip Mirror #2


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2 Comments on "Pack of 4 doujinshi by D’Erlanger [English, 57 pictures]"

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Ehud
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Many thanx Oliver.

Jean-Luc
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I know the point of interest is not usually linked to the actual story of the manga, but since "Ex" and "Ichigo 10%" obviously have written introductions and conclusions, I was wondering if someone would be kind enough to provide a translation of said text so that it is actually possible to understand the meaning of the artist, since no dialogue is inserted into the pictures?