Update for 4/27/13!

All SFW! Star Rapist…wapist?

Let’s Hateo Kaito Rapeo!

Pure heartless Rape Dance

Star Rapist

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16 Responses to Update for 4/27/13!

  1. Anonymous says:

    ack, such bad art, Molestica.
    what happened to the dude with the pink head?

  2. wanda says:

    What happened to Rape Dance dude’s arm? Holy shit.

    Also, wtf is with the blond kid saying “Oh!” in the end? I have no idea why he’d say that after hearing Abel’s question. “Can we at least agree those guys are insufferable jerks?” And then . . . oh? WHY. WHY WOULD YOU SAY THAT.

    Also, I have no idea what’s with the first four panels, especially what expression the blond dude is supposed to be making (or why it’s important). You can’t have panels with expressions if Emo kid can’t even EXPRESS. Seriously, he wears the same exact expression throughout the whole story. WOW TWO PANELS OF HIM LOOKING EXACTLY THE SAME AS HE ALWAYS DOES. I still have no clue what those two are supposed to be communicating.

    • My bet is sheepish boy has fallen in love with Deimos and was in a love trance, hence he exclaims when he was shaken out of it.

      I have no idea why he would pull that line of dialog out of his ass, after Deimos refuses to speak. Fucking hell, its such a fucking middle school. He’s pretty much going, “Gosh what bitches! No wonder they don’t have boyfriends lol!”

      My best guess at what’s being communicated is in the riff, is that Deimos is all, “u saved me u big strong man you’re the best.” While Cain couldn’t give a fuck.

  3. envy says:

    SNNNIIFFF

    I’m getting a… ‘was this page even necessary?’vibe from starfigher… what are we even supposed to be taking from this, that one-eye’d-silent-guy (or excuse me, the emo) is telepathic??

  4. wanderingaddict says:

    hahaha I;m surprised Rapeo didn’t take a picture of his dick and set that as Uke’s background image. IDEA FOR NEXT TIME

    • wanderingaddict says:

      also Seme rapist is putting his cigarette (I assume) in one of those metal cases that classy people have so they don’t leave their butts everywhere. but I am terribly amused to think of him just casually putting a lit cigarette in his wallet and tossing the smoldering cash in the trash right in front of other Uke’s eyes.

      • Hahaha tossing the flaming wallet full of money aside, in front of all the struggling college students.

        He does it for a laugh to watch them try to put it out, but turns out it’s just full of monopoly money and poop!

      • Shan says:

        Looks like a pocket/portable ashtray to me as well. Most of them don’t look like that though – the thin tube versions or the flat discs are much more popular. Smaller and easier to clean. If you have a fabric one like that, you’re going to have a little plastic liner inside that keeps the fabric case from getting damaged by the ashes – unless you just have the plastic case by itself. They’re larger and bulkier hence why he has one: they match.

        Those little fabric ones have little flaps/lids as well and the art doesn’t look like that. It does look like a wallet or a crisp packet.

        The only other thing I have to say is that the rapist guy in StarFighter’s smug face is quite smug.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This whole scene in the canteen has no purpose. How about showing as that queen/white cloacked woman on whoever she was? Oh, she’s here for fanservice as well, I forgot. She’s here to show boobs and play with hr girl-harem…. Is it THAT HARD to create a plot for such important character like the queen? (I even fofgot who she was)

    • RC says:

      Yes. It is that hard to create plot. Plot distracts from the rape and the LACK of anything going on and from the formula rape-sex.

      Twilight, 50 Shades and Host (I am assuming) and Hunger Games are prime examples of you don’t NEED PLOT when you have a FANBASE!

      • As a note, the first hunger games was pretty good. I haven’t read the others but popular opinion is that it devolved into love triangle horse shit for most of the other two.

        • RC says:

          I’ve mostly seen snippets of the Hunger Games movie.

          When I first hear about it, it sounded just like Battle Royal- and wouldn’t you know, when I looked it up there was a whole thing about people accusing Hunger Games being a rip off of Battle Royal. Except for the Battle Royal author. He was like “Um…this idea is not an unique idea. Chill out.” Which I think was pretty cool.

          I will stick to my Japan kill all the children with exploding neck collars and a fight to the death with a slight love story mixed in version of the story. The one where nobody freaks out because they find out the character they’ve invested their emotions in is not white. Because none of them are white. They are all Japaneses.

          • Wanda says:

            I read Battle Royal at the insistence of my roommate and didn’t find much in common, except the “teenagers kill each other” theme which is . . . not exactly the most original idea ever. I mean, it’d be like saying Clueless and Mean Girls are copied off of one another cuz they’re movies about high school girls being rich and catty. But I also pretty much hated Battle Royal, so there’s that too. (My roommate was not happy. Actually, I think that’s the only and first time we’d ever got into a fight, and it was over something nerdy like that. XD)

            The first book was fine, and the second book was alright. The third book was mostly Katniss being crazy, which I didn’t appreciate, because I don’t want to read about the main character passing out and ending up in the hospital constantly. But can we please not compare it to the Host, Twilight, and 50 Shades of Grey? Those last two books glorify abusive behavior and feature things like racism, pedophilia, and misogyny (whoa, misogyny). The times when Hunger Games was bad, at least it wasn’t offensive.

          • RC says:

            Will do (take it off the list). I think I’m fixating on the issues of the movie(s?) more than the books.

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