The series consists of three episodes, as well as a one-shot manga chapter, an upcoming computer game and a video compilation of the highly acclaimed music by Yoko Kanno, The Pillows and a bonus video with the ED by Kalafina. Because of the high cost of producing anime, the characters and contents were intensively product-tested before production began. The series explores several philosophical concepts including existentialism, loneliness, and the struggle humans experience while growing up in an ever changing world. The series also references battles from wars like the Anglo-Spanish wars and the Franco-Prussian wars. Despite it having certain adult content hidden, it's actually an enjoyable watch for everyone, and it can be described as a light hearted series despite it having so much military content.
Pico (Boku no Pico)
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If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. Tamotsu is the main antagonist in the infamous hentai Boku No Pico. He is a manipulative, perverse and sexually frustrated young man with a sickening attraction to cross-dressing underage boys. His first victim was the titular character, Pico. Not much was known about Tamotsu's past. What was known that he was a pedophile, possibly had a criminal record and possibly born and lived in town where Ojiisan's cafe was, before he met Pico he possibly met Chico and CoCo and sexually abused them offscreen.
Boku no Pico
The series consists of three episodes. The series spawned a one-shot manga, a computer game and a music video album. The producer has described it as "the world's first" shotacon anime, although the series could also be categorized as an otokonoko anime cross-dressing boys , but only peripherally. Because of the high cost of producing anime, the characters and contents were intensively product-tested before production began. Four single episode original video animations have been released in the Boku no Pico series.
Described as "the world's first shotacon anime" by its producer, it was primarily marketed to a male audience. The series gained a niche following in the Anglosphere after a viral video called "Don't watch an Anime Called Boku" was posted on YouTube circa In the video, a male viewer is heard describing the three episodes of the OVA and comparing the experience of watching them to selling his soul to Lucifer. It has since evolved into an Internet meme and a copypasta. Three original video animations have been released.