Man who drew this picture was sued by official publisher
How were they able to track the pic back to the original artist?
Did the dumb fucker post it on his Facebook under his IRL name?
In Japan, there's nothing like fair use to protect people who make parodies.
Doujins are technically illegal, but companies usually just turn a blind eye since it's usually not worth it to go after them.
Then why didn't he ever post about it?
>He's alive and well.
>I don't have enough money for rent this month
>Cant afford food much of the time
>I spent all my money on pachinko slots again
>Why can't I find a job?
Not for long.
things that didn't happen: the thread
post things that didn't happen
>I am the dried fish sister
The japs sure are poetic
dried sister is a metaphor of woman who while young has abandoned love
Yes, yes, it's cute that you've spent most of your teenage and adult life consuming the media of a country without being able to comprehend the language. Cute, adorable and altogether fucking pathetic.
>ching chong nig nog
All Asians talk like this...
Then it was the guy who ran @umaruuuuu_bot who got sued. (Or he didn't actually get sued, he settled out of court.)
What is he saying at the end? He got messages "from official [公式]," and then he says 私の言っているあくまで「公式」でありの干物妹！うまるちゃんという作品に関係する「公式」ではありませんよ、そこは間違えないでくださいね. Does that mean "I'm not talking about 'official' as in the 'official' that has to do with Himouto! Umaru-chan products, don't misunderstand that part."?
I think he's saying that the japanese government is stepping in and suing people for copyright infringement even if companies don't want to since they are now allowed to do that under their TPP compliance laws.
Ah.. No, if Japanese say 干物, it just means dried fishes or shellfishes, usually don't think it separated as "dried" and "items".
Umaru is mentioned as Himouto for her dried-fish-like lifestyle at home.
That's not guro, it's amputee. There is a pretty big difference and I really don't appreciate you making this mistake as a guro enthusiast. If you make it again, there will be consequences.
I can't understand ching chong but if this is true, we are going to see a grand maelstorm of Umaru gurophilia.
Remember the Streisand effect.
>the more you try to hide and censor something, the more attention it shall gather.
The next Umaru threads will be full of edgelords, I guarantee it.
>this shit has gone too far.
This is only the beginning of the rabbit hole little anon.