Valkyrie Profile Hentai Doujinshi


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Bloomin! - Cover
Circle: P-rhythm Star / Przm Star
Artist: Ohje Tsukamoto
Length: 46 Pages
Date of Release: March 17, 2002
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - If you've already taken the time to browse this page, you may have noticed that P-rhythm Star (referred to equally as often as Przm Star; apparently this circle can't decide which name to stick with) is responsible for a large percentage of the Valkyrie Profile hentai doujinshi in existence, and fans are fortunate for that fact. Not only are they very prolific, but P-rhythm Star also displays consistently high standards in production value. Bloomin' features a nice textured cover, thick paper, blank orange pages on either side of the cover, and a lead-in page with color on both sides including a full illustration. This is fancy stuff for doujinshi. None of this would matter if the art wasn't of equal quality, but Tsukamoto doesn't disappoint. My favorite thing about P-rhythm Star, however, is that they choose interesting subject material. The cover of Bloomin' is actually a bit misleading. Valkyrie is virtually absent from the whole comic, so no typical Lenneth x Lezard coupling here. Instead, we get a "Europian Ladys" book with two stories both featuring Jayle (of all characters). Pretty neat, huh? The first story pairs together Jayle with Aimi for some girl-on-girl action, while the second is more faithful to the game's plot with a scene between Jayle, referred to by her real name Leticia, and her captain Fahn in happier times. In between the two stories is the "Trash & Talking About." section with some sketches and Photoshop images and random comments from the artist. All in all, there is very little negative to say about Bloomin', so unless you have something against the tomboy swordswoman, you can't go wrong.

Color of your Spoon. - Cover - Back - Sample - Sample 2 - Sample 3 - Sample 4 - Sample 5 - Sample 6
Circle: Przm Star
Artist: QuanXin
Length: 48 Pages
Date of Release: January 2003
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Black and White & Color Pages

Crossing Star - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: P-Rhythm Star
Length: 24 Pages
Date of Release: August 19, 2001
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Deadman Walking - Cover 1 - Cover 2 - Sample Art
Circle: Ax
Artist: Yurika Kilimu / Izumi Koshitaka
Length: 60 Pages
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Now here's a strange one. This doujinshi has no "front" nor "back". Instead, it has two covers, and the book is made to be read from both sides until they meet in the middle, which is actually the end of the book. So if you reading along and wondering why the pages are upside down all of the sudden, there's your answer. The two covers are also very cool in presentation as they're printed with shiny, metallic colors and then covered by a pink transparent layer with gold lettering and details. Unfortunately, the drawing of Frei and Odin isn't that impressive, and the side with Lenneth is about the best art you'll find in the comic as it isn't very consistent. The artists can occasionally pull off a pretty face here and there, but most of the bodies have proportion issues. There's also a lack of detail at times, but this can be a positive if you've ever had trouble figuring out what the heck is going on in a hentai doujinshi due to all the goo, sound effects, and rough sketchiness all over the place. Everything is exceptionally clear in Deadman Walking, and there's very little text, making it especially friendly to those of us not fluent in Japanese. In fact, a couple of the stories are completely silent. Theme-wise, the book is pretty unique. There's none of the overdone Lezard x Lenneth (although, there is a story with Lezard paired with a catatonic homunculus), and as the one cover suggests, there's a story with Frei showing Odin why she's the goddess of fertility. If I had to pinpoint a focus of the book, I'd say it's on Lezard and Meltina, but no story has the two romantically involved (beyond Lezard leering in the background, haha). Instead, weirdly enough, Meltina is forced into having sex with Lezard's green, bald, not-so-attractive homunculus monster-servant Bellion. It's borderline creepy, but it's just so dang comical that you can't take it seriously. In of the two, hehe, Mel x Bel stories, Bellion is King Kong sized for some unknown reason, so he picks up Meltina in one hand and does the deed with a tiny human-sized penis that pops out of the tip of his... well, King Kong sized member. o_O I swear, you can't make this stuff up. As a final note, since I took the photos myself, I tried to capture the best that the art has to offer, but, again, keep in mind that some of it is worse. But at a hefty 60 pages, it's worth putting up with a bit of so-so art for the rest of the good stuff.

Divine - Cover - Sample Art - Sample Art 2

Doesn't Really Matter - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3 - Sample Art 4
Circle: P-Rhythm Star
Artist: Ohje Tsukamoto
Length: 26 Pages
Date of Release: May 13, 2001
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Gyunn Gyunn II - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3 - Sample Art 4 - Sample Art 5
Circle: Shiitake
Artists: Setsuna & Mugi
Length: 34 Pages
Date of Release: May 14, 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Even though Shiitake wasn't the most prolific circle, they are one of the more better known creators of Valkyrie Profile hentai doujinshi as their comics are some of the more common to come across, at least from a Westerner standpoint. Considering how many times I've seen Gyunn Gyunn II over the years, it's surprising I didn't end up with it sooner, so those who are patient will be rewarded with a low price. Another reason to not pay big bucks is that it's really not that exciting of a doujinshi. While its presentation is certainly not poor, it's got nothing on P-rhythm Star, and the same can be said about the quality of art too. It's competent, but there are plenty of spots where you'll say to yourself "That face doesn't look right." I'd say the biggest weakness is the mouths. The subject matter isn't particularly creative either. There's one story with Frei and Freya taking turns with Odin and another with a Lezard/Meltina/Lenneth threesome. Actually, the latter is kind of depressing because Meltina wants to be with Lezard, but he wants to be with Lenneth, and Lenneth is forced into doing stuff with him when she's only concerned with Lucio. So Lezard is about the only person getting what he wants, besides the minor annoyance over Lenneth disappearing at the end. I don't think I'll ever be comfortable with the idea of Lenneth being victimized; at least let a little of that spark and defiance shine through, doujinshi writers. Although, going by the cover, everyone should know exactly what to expect from the comic. Oh well, at least I got a chuckle from Mugi's notes page in which he's going on and on about his new computer and all the hardware in it, haha, but Setsuna loses points for saying the background music to his page is Christina Aguilera. :P I may have made the comic sound worse than it actually is, but it is worth picking up cheap for a decent, middle-of-the-road doujinshi. Oh, and if you're asking "Where's Gyunn Gyunn I?", this doujinshi series covered a different game franchise with each volume.

Hakoniwa - Cover - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: D.N.A. Lab
Length: 16 Pages
Date of Release: August 13, 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Honey Money - Cover - Sample Art
Circle: Inu Teikoku
Length: 26 Pages
Year of Release: 2002
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Ikusa Orome Complex - Cover - Back - Sample Art
Circle: Oricomplex
Length: 22 Pages
Date of Release: August 2006
Size: A4
All Color Pages

Kami no Inu 2 - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: Inuteikoku
Length: 34 Pages
Date of Release: August 2003
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Koufukuron - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3 - Sample Art 4
Circle: Przm Star
Artist: QuanXin
Length: 54 Pages
Date of Release: August 9, 2002
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Another excellent doujinshi from P-rhythm Star / Przm Star, Koufukuron has all the top-notch presentation details we've come to expect - a fancy shiny, textured cover, blank green pages on either end of the book, a double-sided color page with a full illustration, and, of course, great art. I'm not sure what's up with the QuanXin business, since I can tell you I'm 99.9% positive that the artist isn't Chinese (I don't even know if that could qualify as a Chinese name), and the art looks just like the style of Ohje Tsukamoto, who did most, if not all, of the other P-rhythm Star / Przm Star books. Koufukuron even mentions Bloomin' many times, so my best guess is that Tsukamoto is going under a psuedoname here. The content also shows a fondess for Jayle and Aimi, which Tsukamoto has a soft spot for. But on the subject of themes, let's move on - Koufukuron has two main stories, and you get a little of the commonplace with Lezard and Lenneth and something more creative with Kashell and Celia. Whichever you prefer, though, you'll definitely be pleased, although I'm not big on Celia's whole timid apprehensiveness. This doujinshi has a bonus short story with the aforementioned Aimi and Jayle, but it's not hentai at all. It's just a serious story with a slight romantic overtone. In between the two main stories, there's the "Trash & Digital Works." section with some lovely sketches. The only negative I can come up with for the comic is that it can be a bit hard to follow if you can't read the text, especially because it jumps around pretty fast (for example, the characters are just talking one page, then you flip it over and Lenneth's naked and in the heat of things). But minor issues aside, Koufukuron's got something for everyone, from the traditional pairings to the unusual.

Love & Joy - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3
Circle: P-Rhythm Star
Artist: Ohje Tsukamoto
Length: 56 Pages
Date of Release: December 29, 2001
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Midsummer's Feminist - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: Apple Mint
Length: 26 Pages
Date of Release: August 12, 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Moment Slide - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: Emergency Exit
Length: 44 Pages
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Private Action - Cover - Sample Art
Circle: Himebakaadai
Length: 22 Pages
Date of Release: January 12, 2004
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

P.S.A. - Cover
Circle: Przm Star
Length: 32 Pages
Year of Release: 2001
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

P.S.A. 2 - Cover
Circle: Przm Star
Length: 140 Pages
Date of Release: June 22, 2003
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

P.S.A. 3 - Cover
Circle: Przm Star
Length: 110 Pages
Date of Release: April 2005
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches

Shiitakezoku - Cover - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3
Circle: Shiitake
Artists: Setsuna & Mugi
Length: 58 Pages
Year of Release: 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Shiitakezoku 2 - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: Shiitake
Artists: Setsuna & Mugi
Length: 34 Pages
Date of Release: December 30, 2000

Tabetakigasuru 47 - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3
Circle: Paradise City
Length: 54 Pages
Date of Release: February 11, 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Like many hentai doujinshi, Tabetakigasuru 47 has its good parts and bad parts. In order to reach the widest audience possible, some consist of several different stories, drawn by different artists with different styles, featuring different couples and fetishes. Only problem is you may like one but another may be totally NOT your thing. That's where this book comes in. It starts off with a nicely drawn story of Valkyrie paired with a generic brown-haired guy (probably Lucio). Next is a story with Lucio and his girlfriend Claire. It's fairly well-drawn also. Claire acts a bit more wild than Valkyrie was, but it's mostly just more of the same. THEN everything goes to hell. The next two stories have hermaphrodite girls - a lanky, anorexic Lenneth in bondage with grossly exaggerated appendages being toyed with by Freya in the first, and Frei, as a hermaphrodite, paired with Lenneth in the other). Both have hideous artwork, the latter employing a badly done chibi SD style. The latter also has what I assume is a flashback, in which we see a young, barely-developed Platina, performing sex acts with Lucio quite uncomfortably. Yuck. The next short story is better-drawn and features Lezard with what appears to be a chained up homunculus, pretending it's Valkyrie (which we all know must have happened "behind the scenes" in the game ;) ). The last story is my favorite. The art is very nice, and it features a romantic story with Lawry and Millia. It shows a depressed Millia in the forest, desperately lonely, fantasizing about her deceased lover. Suddenly, Lawry appears before her, and Millia runs into his arms, weeping. A tender, yet steamy, scene follows, but after they finish, Lawry apologizes because he must leave with Valkyrie. Millia is sad, but ultimately, the experience is very comforting to her and relieves a lot of the pain she felt. This story proves that hentai isn't all tentacles and fetishes and such; it can be romantic and have a heart too. As good as that beautiful story is, the best is saved for last. It's just a single picture, but this picture alone makes the book worth buying. It's a gorgeous, elegant classical nude of Valkyrie, and it's just stunning. Her face is exquisite, and her body is deliciously soft and voluptuous. It's a very timeless, natural kind of beauty. It's a breathtaking drawing, and I only wish there was a whole book of similar pictures. Sadly, such a thing doesn't exist, so this is the next best thing. I recommend this book for that picture and the good stories, but view the middle section at your own risk.

Tightrope - Cover - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3
Circle: Inuteikoku
Length: 50 Pages
Date of Release: August 2002
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Unfixed - Cover - Sample Art
Artist: subtle
Length: 38 Pages
Date of Release: August 13, 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Even though I have this doujinshi physically in my hands, I still can't decipher the circle's name, and it's a damn shame because they're seriously worth some research. I didn't really have any notion to expect much from Unfixed, and it totally took me by surprise. Never before have I seen a doujinshi quite like this, let alone among hentai. While I've only listed one artist, there are actually two contributing to this comic (yet another blasted kanji name I can't translate), but both appear to have drawn their portions in the same lovely way - in charcoal or some material of that ilk. They're no strangers to their art tools either as the shading is simply exquisite. The entire book just radiates this soft, fuzzy warmth, and it has a delicate subtlety that's regrettably lacking in most doujinshi (so the one artist's nickname couldn't be more appropriate). There's actually only one story in the comic, which is by our mystery artist, and it shows Lezard administering a rather rude awakening to a homunculus and then using his vessel as he sees fit, imagining all the while that it's really his beloved Lady Valkyrie, of course. The real Lenneth doesn't take too kindly to his acts, though, so she pops in at the end to invoke some holy retribution. :) In subtle's half of the book, we're treated to a simple selection of sketches, but what beautiful sketches they are. They make me think back on my college drawing class in which we drew with charcoal as well, except the smelly hobos they got to pose nude for us weren't quite as pretty, haha. These aren't just plain poses, though; there is still plenty of sexual content going on here, but you'll hardly notice when you're admiring ravishing faces, gorgeous curves, and lifelike shading techniques. The only disappointment is that the section could have had twice as many images since every other page is solid black with a line or two of text. I don't know if they're comments from the artist or a story to accompany the pictures, but darn it, less talky more drawy! Well, less is more, I suppose, so I can't complain, especially when we're graced with a doujinshi as spectacular as this. I can't say I see this one often, so if you ever come across it, don't hestitate for a second. You can thank me later.

Valkyrie Favor - Cover
Length: 60 Pages
Year of Release: 2001
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Valkyrie Profile in Babel - Cover - Back - Sample Art
Circle: Blue Marine-dan
Artist: Doumeki Bararou
Length: 55 pages
Valkyrie Profile Pages: 2-11 and 46-53
Date of Release: December 26, 1999
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages
Also Features Final Fantasy VIII and Soul Calibur

Valkyrie x Valkyrie - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: BMdan
Artist: Doumeki Bararou
Length: 34 pages
Date of Release: March 15, 2006
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Personal Opinion on Product - Let's just cut to the chase. I don't like Valkyrie x Valkyrie. In fact, based on what I've seen of the other books, I probably could say that for the entire series. First off, it's a scrawny little doujinshi, and while I've seen far more amateur, cheap looking comics, Valkyrie x Valkyrie definitely isn't top of the line. The art, while not especially bad, isn't particularly good either, and it's got this light, rough sketchiness about it that makes it look more like a storyboard layout rather than final drawings. And there's just one piddly story in the whole book, although, admittedly, it's longer than most individual stories in multi-story comics. But with that out of the way, let me tell you why I truly don't like it. Valkyrie x Valkyrie tries to cram just about every weird fetish in existence in its story, and while some are innocuous enough, like the x-ray shots, others, like the urination and defecation, are completely gross to anyone who doesn't have those specific freaky fetishes. The gist of the story is that Lezard has Lenneth captured and chained up, he places a transparent amoeba-like monster over her crotch which proceeds to siphon everything out of her bladder and bowels, and then he pulls out his absurdly large genitalia, which he sticks in her every orifice. And the comic is wrapped up with a sketch of the cover except with Lenneth as a hermaphrodite. Yeah. Okay, that's barf-worthy enough, but I think the most disgusting thing about this doujinshi is the misogynistic overtone. Yeah, some people may claim that nearly all hentai is, but I try to take a more optimistic outlook. However, in this doujinshi, gone is the beautifully strong and fierce Lenneth that we have all grown to love. Instead, she is a helpless victim, her spirit broken by Lezard. She's lost the will to oppose anything that's happening, and, of course, her body can't resist enjoying the horrible things happening to her. Lezard doesn't even seem to have any particular interest in being romantically involved with Lenneth; he just takes pleasure in tormenting and dominating her, to the point that she's begging for him and calling him "Lord Lezard" and derogatorily referring to herself as "Lenneth-chan". THAT bothers me more than anything else. I have too much respect for Lenneth as a character, one of the most admirable female characters in any video game if I do say so myself, to tolerate this, and that's the number 1 reason I don't recommend this doujinshi.

Valkyrie x Valkyrie 2 - Cover - Sample Art - Sample Art 2 - Sample Art 3
Circle: BMdan
Artist: Doumeki Bararou
Length: 32 pages
Date of Release: May 13, 2006
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Valkyrie x Valkyrie 3 - Cover - Back - Sample Art - Sample Art 2
Circle: BMdan
Artist: Doumeki Bararou
Length: 34 pages
Date of Release: August 13, 2006
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
All Black and White Pages

Walkure vs. Valkyrie - Cover - Back - Sample Art
Circle: The Eternal Organ from 70s Generation
Artist: Endou Okito
Length: 48 Pages
Date of Release: December 30, 2005
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches
Crossover doujinshi

Yggdrasill - Cover
Year of Release: 2000
Size: B5 / 7 x 10 Inches