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Bimajo No Sennou Settai [English], an hentai doujinshi parodying the Girls Und Panzer series, by Momofuki Rio

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I suddenly wonder, is it good, or bad, for the skin?

What the fuck? This is supposed to be a doujinshi parodying Girls Und Panzer, featuring Shimada Shiyo and Shiho Nishizumi, but the hentai version is NOTHING alike the hentai share, at this point, why even call it a doujinshi, it’d better be an original work :shock:
Ah well, sorry I disgress. So, those two yound ladies have to sexually relieve important sponsors, and oink! they’re hypnotized to be private sluts, meat holes, call it however you like :facepalm:

The drawings are crude, excessive, degrading, but I must praise the intensity of the scenes even despite the relatively small number of pictures with penetrative sex (the #1 highlight, really, was the humiliation), if you’re into this kind of things (women treated like garbage and enjoying it), I believe this is the good stuff.
Thanks to N04h for this one! :jap:

By the same artist, to this day, I also share Jun Yoku Kai Hou Ku 1-Goushitsu, Natsu No Yu-Gi, Kazokunai No Carnival and Kahanshin No Otsukiai.

And now, the download & gallery links :)

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Download the Free Hentai Manga in a Zip file
(47 MB, 26 pictures, English)

My occasional rant about excessive file sizes: I downloaded it myself as a HUGE 252 MB archive, in which the pictures were around 6000 pixels high. You know what? Fuck it. I shrank the images to 3000 px, which is already super high res, only a minuscule number of people on the internet have that monitor resolution already. And with that, the zip shrank from 252 MB to 47 MB :)

Or you can also use the Alternative:
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oldbrokenhands
oldbrokenhands

Artist went through charcoal like it was going out of style.

Tzitzimine
Tzitzimine

This one was delightful to read, I really like Rio’s artstyle. Thanks for sharing Oliver!