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Since the face is such an important part of the way we identify and recognize other people’s identity, there’s something inherently creepy about the Nopperabo, a Yokai who licks people’s faces off. Get it from Nyaa, Mega or Userscloud. And … Continue reading
“He who kills the Gyuki becomes a Gyuki.” That’s definitely problematic, unless you can somehow secure assistance from the deity in charge of these matters. Get it from Nyaa, Mega or Userscloud. And make sure to check out Hokuto no … Continue reading
There’s been a rash of people disappearing without a trace, at the same time as Nezumi Otoko has suddenly become a rich diamond magnate. Has the malodorous one invented some new kind of multi-level marketing scam, this one involving souls? … Continue reading
Wrong answer, creepy old dude… Children from a local school have been disappearing, and Nezumi Otoko is brought in for questioning when he is spotted lurking outside the school. Get it from Nyaa, Mega, or Userscloud. This is a joint … Continue reading
Here’s the next episode in this joint production with Hokuto no Gun. This features one of my all-time favorite Kitaro villains: Yasha, the soul-stealing Yokai from ancient China. Get 199os Yasha from Nyaa or Mega. For the sake of comparison, … Continue reading
Here’s the next episode in this joint production from TSHS and Hokuto no Gun. Another Yokai has had their habitat destroyed by new human development… Get it from Nyaa or Mega. Special thanks to SakoeraTyan!
Here’s the first episode of the 1990s reboot of GeGeGe no Kitaro, far more satisfying than the 1980s version in my opinion. Apparently creator Shigeru Mizuki asked the production team to give this version a somewhat Hayao Miazaki-esque flavor, and … Continue reading