I hope this belongs to this subforum.
I'm also not sure if there should be the [adult content] notice, I can add it if you want, or one of the admins can.
I'm currently reading Black Dog's doujinshi which, in part, is related to a major writing project I have on my hands. I'm relatively new to this, that's why I want to start a discussion and hear all opinions on it. I've researched the web, and seriously, most Sailor Moon hentai related sources of any value are threads from this forum.
I'm interested in any thoughts and opinions you have on it, whether you hate Black Dog or not, and whatever you wanna share.
Links to valuable resources will be very much appreciated, too.
I don't mean random hentai pics or fanfics, more like reviews, essays, crtiques, whatever.
For starters, I want to share some personal reflections just to make things light. I will start by saying that I totally adore "Submission Sailor Stars" and I adore it mostly because of the plot. IMHO, this piece deserves an anime movie, if for adults. I love how it retains the original Sailor Moon atmosphere and plot devices. Whether you choose to put the sexual content aside or not (e.g. substitute it with ordinary fight), it's exactly what every Sailor Moon fan can expect from a well-made special.
I appreciate the humorous parts at the very end of the arc, they are so authentic, in my opinion, that you almost believe it's a canon SM piece. Senshi power-ups were totally awesome - the best I've seen in either canon version of BSSM. I like it that the girls act pretty much in character (I don't want to elaborate on it right now); the piece about energy they absorb from Sailor Saturn to transform anew totally fascinated me; legions of youma and the mako tree, references to civilisational issues, etc. - all together make a great story; it's simple and easy to follow, but at the same time it contains a wealth of symbolic/philosophical subtexts.
I also like Elizames!
Just so incredibly cool! As much as I'm not into collecting anything, I'd buy a plushie.
It's this mixture of danger, threat, childlishness, and nonsense I love so much about many SM villains (mostly youma, and other second category beings).
Scenes of rapes constitute a major part of the whole thing, and these need to be examined very closely. However, there are some instances along the storyline which, in a way, already challenge the masculine domination Black Dog is so well-known for - even if that happens only at the level of symbols.
What do you think, guys?
Oh, and a random thought: This is an absolutely beautiful piece of art!
This picture alone deserves a 5-thousand words essay.