Bakemonogatari next on TMA's cosplay porn lineup

12:00 PM on 12.23.2009 // Brad Rice

It certainly seems as though TMA is the premiere name in cosplay porn targeted at otaku, even if they've got some of the worst production values and ugliest actors and actresses I've seen this side of professional porn. At least they're consistent in putting stuff out, though.

Their next project, it seems , is going to be a parody of otaku favorite Bakemonogatari, if you are to believe the conversation held over at an AV idol's Asagawo Blog, where they talk about their next project, "Pinpinmonogatari" and how it will be with TMA. While it's not a direct confirmation, considering the popularity of the series on Blu-ray, I'd expect it from them.

Principal photography hasn't started yet, mainly because they're trying to figure out expectations for sales, location, etc.

For Bakemonogatari fans, this might be worth a laugh, but knowing TMA, even the porn scenes will be difficult to watch. It's just a word of caution from me to you. Oh, and I don't know anything about their works first-hand, I've just heard Dale talk about 'em non-stop when we're at the watercooler.

[Thanks, Raz]




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