The pixiv Comic commercial is here!
pixiv’s first ever large scale campaign will reach a climax on Wed, December 28 as the pixiv Comic TV commercial is aired!
Featuring popular series like Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii, Turezure Children, Usagi wa Seigi and Soushi-souai, it’s going to be a documentary-like commercial.Let us bring to you all the versions of the commercial here!
pixiv Comic commercial - Finding your Favorite Here. Web-exclusive long version
Finding your Favorite Here
pixiv Comic provides you with a range of manga, from popular series sold in stores, to app-only original manga.
Apart from mainstream manga, find a range of genres that tell you more about the author’s likes. pixiv Comic which aims to connect these work to readers works with the motto of “Finding your Favorite Here.”Let’s check out the authors and plot of the commercials now.
Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii version!
The author Fujita said “If I didn’t responses from the users on pixiv, I probably wouldn’t have continued this for so long”. He started drawing WotaKoi just as a breather, but he didn’t expect to receive so much support for it on pixiv.
Its fame has even spread out of pixiv, and came in first on the This Manga is Amazing! 2016 ranking. It’s a bestseller that sold more than 3 million copies.
Both Wotakus and people who aren’t are able to enjoy this lighthearted love comedy!! (Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii)
After discovering that they work at the same company a gaming crazed otaku and a fujoshi meet each other for the first time since middle school.
Sounds like the perfect, mainstream delusion for many, but it’s actually completely different from a normal relationship, because of the fact that the both of them are Wotakus. They feel more like partners in battle rather than lovers, and it’s hard to really get the romance going.
The smallest things from everyday life are picked up, and online slang as well as Wotaku related jokes make this series so very relatable for everyone. It’s hard to put the book down once you’ve picked it up. While chuckling at the humor, you’re sure to end up cheering for the both of them.
Read Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii on pixiv Comic!
You can browse the manga and also read the latest serialized in comic POOL in pixiv Comic. I'm sure you won't be able to keep your eyes off the story!
Tsurezure Children version!
To the people who can’t say “I love you”. A bittersweet story full of embarrassing moments that make you cringe!
Targeted at all the people who can’t confess their feelings, Tsurezure Children is a school love comedy full of bittersweet and embarrassing moments.
Each chapter is a story on its own, and is about the love stories of each of the students. From students that don’t know how to begin with such a close friendship, to students too shy, to students who can’t find the chance to talk...it’s full of realistic romantic situations.
I’m sure many of you have thought about how difficult it is to get your feelings across to someone else. Seeing others take a brave step forward and their bright expressions might help with that. Each story is unique and has its own bittersweetness to it. You’re sure to find the “I love you” that really moves your heart.
Read Tsurezure Children on pixiv Comic!
Read trial comics on pixiv Comic and get updates about ongoing magazines on pixiv. Enjoy confessions to their full potential!
Usagi wa Seigi version!
Usagi wa Seigi began when the was a good response to an illustration of a rabbit and a wolf.Just as Iguchi Byouin explained, “I believe the readers will enjoy and accept whatever I find interesting or when I draw what I like”, Usagi wa Seigi is well-loved by many, and has reached over 5 million page views on pixiv, breaking the record.
The boss of 2 wolves is...a rabbit?! It’s so fluffy I’m gonna die!! Reverse hierarchical comedy, Usagi wa Seigi!
It’s a comedy about a charismatic and physically strong rabbit, and its 2 subordinates (Banana and Komatsuna).
Set in a unique world, the manly yet cute boss and the witty Komatsuna in love with his boss, as well as the naive yet serious Banana engage in the funniest conversations. It’ll definitely help you relax with laughter, as you’re dragged into this weird world.
Apart from the main story, there are many other parodies on pixiv Comic, for example with the rabbit as a new employee at a company, or childhood folk tales featuring the characters. In contrast with the rabbit’s cute and fluffy exterior, its cool personality makes it stand out. You’re sure to be hooked on this one!
Read Usagi wa Seigi on pixiv Comic!
You can read the latest chapters on Hug pixiv by reading comic trials on pixiv Comic. This cute and relaxing story is the ultimate justice for everything!
“Because we live in different worlds” is not a legit reason to give up on love. Soushi-Souai is a touching romance story.
Revolves around the story of the blonde delinquent Soushi and the black-haired, serious Megumi. The both of them who always assumed they lived in different worlds, actually had mutual feelings for each other. They notice the other when they make eye contact, and their relationship soon blooms into a love story of youth.
Getting happy when finding out something new about the other, and falling in love more and more.
Soushi’s friends tell him that he’s changed, or is trying to change, and the two of them are protected by their friends as they nurture this romance together.Full of awkward moments with a first love, you’re sure to feel calm and warm.
By reading the trial comics on pixiv Comic, you’ll get to read the latest chapters serialize on Gene pixiv. New characters come into the picture, and Soushi-Souai only gets more and more interesting here on pixiv Comic!
You’re really lucky to have caught it on TV? pixiv Comic commercial 60s version!
Check all the popular series on pixiv Comic!!
Apart from manga published and sold in stores, pixiv Comic has a large collection of original manga posted on pixiv for free. Furthermore, premium members stand to get even more amazing specials, including unlimited reading of popular series.
All you manga lovers have got to check out the pixiv Comic app!