Magical Sempai Author Gets ‘Cancelled’ For Drawing NSFW Artwork, Deletes Her Twitter Account

Fans on Twitter harass manga author Azu, resulting in her deleting her Twitter account and Pixiv Fanbox.

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Magical Sempai is an anime and manga series, written and illustrated by Azu. Serialized in Weekly Young Magazine since 2016, Magical Sempai is an ecchi-comedy series that centers on a high school boy known as “Assistant.” He reluctantly joins the Magic Club at his school, as it’s a requirement.

In the club, he meets Magical Sempai, a clumsy girl who adores magic but is unfortunately quite bad at it. The series follows the pair as they practice magic tricks, often leading to hilarious and awkward moments between them.

A 12-episode anime adaptation was released in July 2019, garnering overall positive responses from anime fans.

Magical Sempai Draws NSFW, Gets Cancelled

Azu maintains a PIXIV FANBOX, akin to Patreon, where fans can donate money and receive special perks, such as requesting specific illustrations, including NSFW ones. It appears that some fans requested NSFW artwork of Magical Sempai, depicting her surrounded by many men.

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Upon publishing the artwork, many fans of Magical Sempai began to criticize the author on social media.

The situation escalated when a fan modified the Japanese Wikipedia page for the franchise, adding the line, “According to the official description provided by the author, Tejina has physical relations with several men.”

Azu’s discovery of the Wikipedia edit greatly upset her, prompting a strong response on his PIXIV FANBOX:

“I found out that some scum desecrated the Wikipedia page of ‘Tejina Senpai’ shortly after I published this doujinshi. Please note that all characters, including the protagonist, are vi*gins. Consider this when you see my he*tai illustrations. What sense does it make to write all this? Precisely for this reason, he*tai illustrations are only for adults, both physically and mentally!”

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Her message only added fuel to the fire, and many fans of the franchise continued to criticize her on Twitter. Later that day, Azu deactivated her Twitter account and removed her PIXIV FANBOX page.

The incident was widely shared on various Japanese social media websites, with reactions ranging from criticism of the author for drawing an inappropriate picture of a beloved character to sympathy for Azu’s situation.

Fans on Twitter harassed manga author Azu, leading to her deleting both her Twitter account and Pixiv Fanbox, reflecting the intense backlash she faced over his artistic choices.

Source: Yaraon


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