Lost In Translation: Japanese Daddy Comics


This is a whole subgenre that I had no awareness of: chubby, Japanese, dad comics.


Tumblr: the great bringer of all the things. This morning, while I was sorting through my Tumblr dash and updating my queue, I came across a comic that I can’t find any other information for. And it’s the most charming and romantic thing I’ve “read” in a long time. I don’t speak or read Japanese, so I’m at a loss for what’s literally going on here, but the story seems like it carries, regardless.

I just thought you guys might enjoy this wordless narrative as much as I did:





That’s kind of magical right? I love it.


If you know anything about this comic, the author, or even where to find more Japanese daddy comics, shoot me an email or leave a comment down below.




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Rain City Jack (@raincityjack)

This is so delightful. What a find! I wondered if some of the artwork had been partially obscured or was intentionally discreet. I’d love to see more if you find it.


[…] works slide by, though, without wanting to share at least a few of them here. A couple weeks back I posted this one-off manga about a lonely professor (I think) who spends the night at a hotel and is visited by a mysterious (and semi-rapey) visitor […]


This is still just a beautiful story: https://t.co/lGRZMZNLlE

Tyler Dårlig Ulv (@tylerthebadwolf)

#4: Without words, the story of one Daddy’s haunted erotic evening. https://t.co/lGRZMZwau6


[…] (like these works from Bo), or who learn to be that way over the course of an adventure (like in this story about a Japanese man visited by a rapey ghost in the […]

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