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Do you know if touhou con artist alley tables are still open for sale?

As far as I know they are!  You should contact dealers [at] touhoucon.com

DoujinPress attending TouhouCon Sept. 20-21Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA
Come join us for a great time!  We are planning some extra special things and of course bringing a great collection of English doujinshi!
https://www.facebook.com/TouhouCon

DoujinPress attending TouhouCon Sept. 20-21
Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA

Come join us for a great time!  We are planning some extra special things and of course bringing a great collection of English doujinshi!

https://www.facebook.com/TouhouCon

I noticed you revealed more information about the doujinpop market. Will there also be japanese doujins to read & to buy on doujinpop?

Japanese doujinshi will be available for purchase through DoujinPop, however they will be limited to physical copies much like the current system on DoujinPress.

Will there be more Doujin books to purchase at this new doujinpop site?

I can’t answer this specifically just yet, but doujinshi will definitely be available for sale on the new DoujinPop!

DoujinPress announces DoujinPop: A new doujinshi and art discovery community! 
Read all about it here! http://doujinpop.com

DoujinPress announces DoujinPop: A new doujinshi and art discovery community!

Read all about it here!

So, I'm reading on twitter that you guys are re branding or changing up the DP website? What can we expect from the new DP? When can we expect to see it? I'm so excited!

Hello!

Yes, things are changing at DP.  We’re working on a new system that is better for artists and fans, and that can handle the loads that we’ve been seeing lately.  Unfortunately the current site has to be completely thrown away.  But this isn’t just an upgrade.  It’s a little premature to release the details, but we’re working on something a lot bigger than what DP is now.

Stay tuned!  Currently we’re shooting to announce details of the new system at the end of the month or so.

kyunyo:

Happy AoKaga Month Giveaway!

Hey guys, I’ve always been planning of doing a giveaway for this month for fun and also as a big thank you for being kind and accepting me into the fandom!

Here are some basic rules:

*Multiple reblogs will increase your chances, you can also like it if you want to. 

*No giveaway blogs

*You don’t have to be following me.

* You must be comfortable with giving me your address (and I will ship anywhere~!)

* If you don’t respond within 3 days, another person will be chosen. If you’re on vacation, please leave a note on your blog somewhere saying when you’ll be back, so I can wait till then for a response. :’D

Giveaway ends on August 31, Aomine’s bday~~ 8D

Sea Salt can be pre-ordered here!!!

If you are the winners and have already pre-ordered Sea Salt, show me proof of purchase (screenshot of email confirmation), your prize will change to another set of charms (or a set of charms if you are second prize winner.) 

*Button & Charms are not being sold at this time. It’s very unlikely I’ll do a reprint of these charms in the future, since online orders didn’t do so well the first time around ww.

*Aokaga sketch is random and will be shipped with your prizes~

Goooodd luck!!!

kyunyo:

YEY FINALLY IT IS READY TO BE PREORDERED!!

You can get it here!

General info:

B5 | 14.99 USD | Romance / Comedy | Aomine x Kagami Merman AU!

First four pages can be read here. (Scroll to the bottom to see it. :’D)

Just some recent pictures.  Why is Tumbler stripping the color profile.

chicky-pi:

Doujinpress.com review:
Long story short, I was looking for a way to buy R-18 doujinshi without having to show my ID online to give to a Japanese shopping service (I am over the legal age to buy adult materials, I just don’t like giving those things out, specially online)
After quite a bit of searching I came across doujinpress.com. at first I was a bit skeptical though I saw their twitter and update page was active so I decided to bite the bullet and attempt to order something from their page through the toranoana buying page.
Ordering Process:Ordering was simple enough, you just place the item URL into their search bar and it automatically generates a buy page for you. The first doujinshi I decided to buy was the one with Satsuki and Gamagoori on the front cover. It was a little over $24 with shipping and handling, and an expected US arrival time of the end of Feb. The next day I ordered the other one and patiently waited for the day I would get confirmation. 
Waiting Time/Shipping:
Since the items had to be ordered from Japan and shipped over to the US than shipped to me it would make sense that it would take about a month to get here. I ordered one book on Jan.9 the other on Jan.10.
I got a confirmation that I received a refund from doujinpress. I actually thought it was because they couldn’t find one or both of the doujinshi since they seem to be in demand (Gamagoori is a real popular character especially among Bara circles). But luckily enough they just refunded me the $3.50 for shipping and just combined the two purchases together. So very lucky on my part.
They did send tracking for the items which included an delivery date that was right on time, which was great since it ended up being my day off so I could enjoy reading these right away (or reading what little text there was).
Packaging:
Just a standard bubble envelope with a few packing peanuts inside. Nothing too amazing. Also the items came with covers, most likely the covers that were sent with from Toranoana., which was good because I don’t have any covers left for my doujinshi (I believe 10 out of the over 100 I have currently don’t have covers).
Overall review:
In a heartbeat I would use doujinpress again to buy doujinshi, while the item itself cost about $25 to get, it’s the same price if I went through a Japanese shopping service and did the same thing. Their system is easy to use and I don’t mind waiting. Domestic shipping is cheap $3.50 and it’s also nice to have an estimated delivery date when you purchase an item so that you have an idea of when it was coming, though it’s the best when it comes earlier.
While I haven’t used any other of doujinpress.com other services, I will probably in the future and make a review on that.
Extra:
It seemed one of my doujins came with a little omake (the one on the left). It was just a leaflet with like two extra pages. Wasn’t honestly expecting that. It was a nice surprise on just an impulse buy.

chicky-pi:

Doujinpress.com review:

Long story short, I was looking for a way to buy R-18 doujinshi without having to show my ID online to give to a Japanese shopping service (I am over the legal age to buy adult materials, I just don’t like giving those things out, specially online)

After quite a bit of searching I came across doujinpress.com. at first I was a bit skeptical though I saw their twitter and update page was active so I decided to bite the bullet and attempt to order something from their page through the toranoana buying page.

Ordering Process:
Ordering was simple enough, you just place the item URL into their search bar and it automatically generates a buy page for you. The first doujinshi I decided to buy was the one with Satsuki and Gamagoori on the front cover. It was a little over $24 with shipping and handling, and an expected US arrival time of the end of Feb. The next day I ordered the other one and patiently waited for the day I would get confirmation.

Waiting Time/Shipping:

Since the items had to be ordered from Japan and shipped over to the US than shipped to me it would make sense that it would take about a month to get here. I ordered one book on Jan.9 the other on Jan.10.

I got a confirmation that I received a refund from doujinpress. I actually thought it was because they couldn’t find one or both of the doujinshi since they seem to be in demand (Gamagoori is a real popular character especially among Bara circles). But luckily enough they just refunded me the $3.50 for shipping and just combined the two purchases together. So very lucky on my part.

They did send tracking for the items which included an delivery date that was right on time, which was great since it ended up being my day off so I could enjoy reading these right away (or reading what little text there was).

Packaging:

Just a standard bubble envelope with a few packing peanuts inside. Nothing too amazing. Also the items came with covers, most likely the covers that were sent with from Toranoana., which was good because I don’t have any covers left for my doujinshi (I believe 10 out of the over 100 I have currently don’t have covers).

Overall review:

In a heartbeat I would use doujinpress again to buy doujinshi, while the item itself cost about $25 to get, it’s the same price if I went through a Japanese shopping service and did the same thing. Their system is easy to use and I don’t mind waiting. Domestic shipping is cheap $3.50 and it’s also nice to have an estimated delivery date when you purchase an item so that you have an idea of when it was coming, though it’s the best when it comes earlier.

While I haven’t used any other of doujinpress.com other services, I will probably in the future and make a review on that.

Extra:

It seemed one of my doujins came with a little omake (the one on the left). It was just a leaflet with like two extra pages. Wasn’t honestly expecting that. It was a nice surprise on just an impulse buy.