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  • 12/08/13--05:15: Creeparka
  • About

    Creeparka (Japanese: クリーパーカー; Kurīpākā) refers to a hoodie decorated with Creeper, an iconic mob in the video game Minecraft. The hoodie is usually worn by sexy characters in most of illustrations on the Japanese illustrators communities pixiv and Nico Nico Seiga. They are called as a moegijinka version of Creeper, “Creeparka-san” (クリーパーカーさん) or “Crepaka-san/chan” (クリパカさん/ちゃん) for short.


    The idea of Creeparka, a blended word of “Creeper” (クリーパー; Kurīpā) and “Parka” (パーカー; Pākā), comes from the Japanese language that expresses hoodie by a borrowed English word “Parka”. And that Creeparka hoodie was first visualized by a Japanese amatuer illustrator called 221. His illustration named with “Creeparka” was uploaded to pixiv on April 9th, 2011[1] and Nico Nico Seiga on 18th of that month.[2]


    The trigger that led to a substantial increase in popularity of the hoodie was the other illustration. It was drawn by niconico user otomix who is also a popular uploader of "Let’s Play" videos for Minecraft in the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND). That illustration titled “Reeper-chan” (リーパーちゃん) was first appeared on his video posted on July 14th, 2011[3], and then uploaded to Nico Nico Seiga on the following day.[4]

    The hoodie finally succeeded to reach to a large audience by the help of his popularity among Minecraft fans on NND. Illustrations for Creeparka began explosively increasing in Japanese illustrators communities Nico Nico Seiga[5] and pixiv.[6] Throughout those following works, Creeparka became to be associated with moe characters, mainly sexy girls wearing only the hoodie. Those characters are usually called “Creeparka-san” or “Crepaka-san/chan” for short. Creeparka-san is also active in dozens of parody videos on NND.[7] Creeparka-san is sometimes dubbed “Meister” (匠; Takumi) by linking his/her exploder nature to a specialist of house remodeling.

    Meanwhile, Creeparka had been already exported to the outside of Japan within its birth year. The amount of Creeparka illustrations on the English illustrators community deviantART is more than 800[8], and those have continued to be posted since the late of 2009.

    Official Creeparka

    The official Creeper zip-up hoodie was released by Jinx in July 2012 (shown below, left).[9] And Creeper hoodie avatar items for X360 were released in September[10] and December[11] of 2012 (shown below, center & right).

    However, it seems that there are no relationships between these official goods and the Creeparka meme on the web.

    Notable Examples


    Left: Buri(゚∀゚)Hamachi | Right: Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!
    Left: X Shakes Cola | Right: I’m Hungry


    Search Interest

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Registration is needed to browse the original videos listed in this section.

    [1]pixiv – くりーぱーかー / Posted on 04-09-2011

    [2]Nico Nico Seiga – くりーぱーかー/ Posted on 04-18-2011 (Japanese)

    [3]niconico Video – プロフのサムネ作るぞ動画 / Posted on 07-14-2011

    [4]Nico Nico Seiga – リーパーちゃん / Posted on 07-15-2011 (Japanese)

    [5]Nico Nico Seiga – Search results for クリーパーカー (Japanese)

    [6]pixiv – Search results for クリーパーカー

    [7]niconico Video – Search results for クリーパーカー

    [8]deviantART – Search results for creeper hoodie

    [9]J!NX – Minecraft Creeper Premium Zip-up Hoodie

    [10] – Minecraft Creeper Hoodie for Men& Women / Released on 09-25-2012

    [11] – Creeper Hoodie Zipped-Up / Released on 12-18-2012

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  • 12/08/13--05:15: I'm Hungry
  • About

    I’m Hungry (Japanese: おなかすいた; Onakasuita) is a song written by a famous Vocaloid composer Lamaze-P (ラマーズP).[1] The cute music video for this song has been set for a subject for hand-drawn animated videos on the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND).


    The song “I’m hungry” was uploaded to NND on February 2nd, 2010. Different from his previous works that featured UTAU or Vocaloids, this song, just repeating the phrase “I’m hungry”, was sung by a female utaite[2] or NND singer Hachimitsu Inu (はちみつ犬; lit. Honey Dog).[3] And as same as his previous works "Get Down" and "Fukkireta", the video for this song is a simple loop animation made by the creator himself.



    This Lamaze-P’s song quickly spread on NND as well as his other works. Moreover, some people inspired by the video began reproducing it by their own rendition partly due to its quit convenient editing style that required only 3 frames for reproductions. One of the triggers of this hand-drawn animation fad was Touhou Project character Sakuya Izayoi’s version that was posted to NND on the same date as the original video uploading.


    About 100 of videos in this series had been posted to NND in its first month and the amount of those videos has been still increasing gradually.[4]

    Notable Examples

    Left: Sung by famous utaite Soraru (そらる) | Right: Reisen Udongein Inaba from Touhou Project
    Left: Creeparka | Right: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

    Search Interest

    [Not Available]

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Registration is needed to browse the original videos listed in this section.

    [1]Vocaloid Wiki – Lamaze-P

    [2]Utaite Wiki – Utaite

    [3]niconico – まめちびまっちょすいかむしゃお’s user page

    [4]niconico Video – Search results for おなかすいた(ラマーズP)

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  • 12/08/13--11:36: Professional Wrestling
  • [Currently A Work In Progress]


    Professional wrestling is a form of entertainment that combines athleticism and theatrics. It portrays itself as a combat sport taking place for wrestling championships while predetermining the outcomes of the matches to focus on providing the most entertainment possible for the audience. Placed alongside the matches are promos, or skits that are meant to attract interest or develop a story-line put in place. The professional wrestling industry formerly portrayed itself as a legitimate sport, though when it became harder to hide the secrets of the business, it became an open secret for audiences. The choreographed nature of professional wrestling is not discussed during shows in order to help sustain a willing suspension of disbelief.


    Professional wrestling began in France around 1830, when showmen presented wrestlers under names such as “Edward, the steel eater”, “Gustave d’Avignon, the bone wrecker”, or “Bonnet, the ox of the low Alps” and challenged members of the public to knock them down for 500 francs.

    The modern style of professional wrestling, popularized by the United States and United Kingdom during the late 19th century, is called the catch-as-catch can style. Originally thought of as unorthodox and more lax in style, catch wrestling differs from Greco-Roman in its allowed grapples; Greco-Roman strictly prohibits grabbing below the waist, while catch wrestling allows holds above and below the waist, including leg grips. But, from the late 19th century onwards, a sub-section of catch wrestling changed slowly into the sport known worldwide as pro-wrestling, recognized as much for its theatrical antics and entertainment as wrestling ability. However, this change did not become predominant until following the Second World War, and there are still forms of Shoot wrestling existing in professional wrestling, in the present day.

    The most notable foreign countries that have a rich history in professional wrestling are Mexico and Japan.
    Luchadores, the common name for Mexican wrestlers, are known for their high-flying acrobatics and intricate submissions while puroresu was the genre of wrestling headed by Japan. Mexico indulges in some of the over-the-top antics of modern-day American pro wrestling while Japan is distinct in its psychology and presentation of the sport. It is treated as a legitimate fight, with fewer theatrics; the stories told in Japanese matches are about a fighter’s spirit and perseverance. In strong style, the style most typically associated with puroresu, full contact martial arts strikes and shoot submission holds are implemented. Both styles of wrestling implemented by these two countries, lucha libre and puroresu, have influenced American wrestling in presentation and in-ring ability, with stars such as Antonio Inoki, Rey Mysterio, and Eddie Guerrero having matches with American wrestlers or wrestling in United States promotions.

    Antonio Inoki and Muhammad Ali in an exhibition bout.


    Professional wrestling began to flourish in the 1950’s, during the introduction of television. The man considered responsible for popularizing modern wrestling in American television was George Raymond Wagner, better known as “Gorgeous George”. In 1941 in Eugene, Oregon, Wagner debuted in his Gorgeous George persona, playing the role of a heel (or villain). He drew the ire of fans in attendance thanks to his exaggerated “pretty boy” behavior, quickly drawing in crowds in subsequent shows all wanting to see and ridicule Gorgeous George. Wagner developed his persona to be more antagonistic by cheating at every possible chance during his matches and having a snooty, pompous personality. When television was looking for programming to fill time slots, they looked toward professional wrestling. Gorgeous George made his first television appearance on November 11, 1947 and he immediately commanded the same star power as Lucille Ball and Bob Hope, revolutionizing professional wrestling from being just about the action to the theatrics and characters. George could also be credited with singe-handedly establishing television as a worthy entertainment medium in the United States.

    Gorgeous George headshot and autograph.

    In 1942, the famous Mexican hero known as El Santo (The Saint) made his debut in Mexico City, dressed in silver tights and wearing a silver mask. El Santo won an 8-man Battle Royal and the public became heavily interested in the masked wrestler. His career went on for five decades, his popularity rising to the point of becoming a folk hero for the common man. El Santo appeared in comic books and over fifty-two movies, with the public interest becoming so great that El Santo was always wearing his trademark mask, wearing different masks that was designed for a specific scenario, even for sleeping. Much like Gorgeous George, El Santo brought much attention and profit to professional wrestling programming all over Mexico.

    A movie poster for one of El Santo’s films.

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    On December 6th, 2013, Campbell Soup Company[1] tweeted an illustrated drawing of its SpaghettiOs-brand cartoon mascot holding an American flag with a message commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese invasion of Pearl Harbor (shown below).

    Notable Developments

    Cambell’s ill-matched pairing of a national tragedy that claimed more than 2,300 American soldiers’ lives, and the smiling mascot of SpaghettiOs was instantly met by backlash on Twitter, with thousands of American users[2] expressing disappointment and disgust at the company’s poorly conceived event, while others quipped at the company’s social media blunder using the jingle “Uh oh, SpaghettiOs,” including comedians like Wil Wheaton and Patton Oswalt (shown below).

    According to Topsy[2], @Spaghettios was mentioned nearly 20,000 times on the memorial day of the Pearl Harbor invasion.


    On December 7th, Campbell Soup issued an apology[5] via its SpaghettiOs-branded account on Twitter.

    External References

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  • 12/11/13--00:54: Your Mother Jerks Off Pigs
  • About

    “Your mother jerks off pigs.” is a non-sequitur rebuttal for an argument that concluded a 2 day long flamewar within the comments of a reddit submission posted early December of 2013.


    The argument arose in the comment section of a submission titled “Blindfold dildo prank…in da hood.”[1] One of the residents of the area clearly gestures that he is going to punch the prankster and the incident appears in the video in the span of 2 or 3 seconds. User “Fartingsunshine” refers to the man drawing back to punch the prankster as a “violent degenerate” and is replied to by another user who insinuates that Fartingsunshine came to that conclusion due to the race of the person involved. A 2 day flamewar ensues with accusations of racism, and denials and assertions of the gestures exhibited in the video.

    The argument concludes with the following exchange.

    User fb95dd7063:

    I even screenshotted it for you and the man is clearly not drawing his arm back. You see what you want to see. You want to see him as a violent degenerate.

    I see a guy upset at being taunted and mocked on camera.

    In any case. I’m sorry (not really) that you think a white guy (me) is racist for saying “white people”

    We have reached an impasse and as a result anything else I post here is gonna be pasta.


    Yeah because you screenshot something that doesn’t show any motion. The video shows him drawing back as if he is going ot punch the guy.

    Your mother jerks off pigs. She gets down on her knees and crawls through the pigpiss mud slop and snuggles up to the pig, her fingers tracing along it’s belly until she finds it’s cock. She begins tugging and stroking as her twat moistens, her breasts swelling and her nipples begin to stick out like erasers on a fresh #2 pencil. She grunts with satisfaction as the pig begins eagerly thrusting into her hand, her grip now tightening to maintain control of the pig’s greasy corkscrew cock. She lowers her head to watch the cock work in her hand, groans with satisfaction and begins working her clit with her other muddy hand, her hips gyrating with the rhythm of the pig’s thrusting.

    “Oh fucking jesus god yes..” she gasps. She changes positions, still maintaining control of the feverishly thrusting cock as the pig’s squealing intensifies. She leans forward and with her lips almost touching the pig’s ear, she whispers your name and begins to shudder. She turns her attention again to the pigs swollen member rocking in her hand. She presses it between her hand and her face, the pig thrusting it against her cheeks as she drools. With a massive grunt and a high pitched squeal, the pig’s balls explode, beginning a massive shower of hot, sour pig jizz. You mother cups one hand under the fountain of steaming genetic material gathering it in her hand as the thrusting comes to an end. The pig shudders and begins to walk to the trough of slop in the corner of it’s pen, but your mother tackles it to the ground. She lifts it’s tail and smears the handful of pig load into the pig’s own fetid butthole, turning flakes of crusty pig shit into a pigshit-pigjizz mud slop on the pigs ass. Now she tilts her head to the sky and screams your name, not once, not twice, but three times. She slams her face full force into the pig’s butthole and it’s wreath of shitsemen pudding, her tongue machine gun flicking the rim and then burying itself to the hilt inside the pig’s hot colon. Your mother works her tongue around the inside of the pigs ass, and then as a few incoherent syllables escaped her now brown lips, spurts of female ejaculate spurt from her pulsating cunt. Exhausted, she collapses in the mud, rolls over onto her back, and lights a cigarette. She takes one long drag, looks again to the sky, and speaks your name one last time before she drifts off to sleep.

    That’s your mom. Your mom does that.


    The comment thread initially ended there for a day or more before being found and submitted by a member of the /r/subredditdrama.[2] The post quickly ascended to /r/subredditdrama’s front page. The users of /r/subredditdrama rushed to the thread and despite largely downvoting most of u/fartingsunshine’s comments, the climactic “Your mother jerks off pigs” comment had received as of the writing of this article 150 upvotes and one month of “Reddit Gold”,a gift with a U.S. $5 value. SRD commentators heralded the the 2 paragraph insult as “brilliant”, “pure shock and awe”, “a spellbinding narrative”, and “the nuclear option of arguing”.

    Copypasta Usage

    Within 2 days ’Your mother jerks off pigs." appeared as copypasta in several places on Reddit. One Askreddit Comment of the copypasta, answering the question “If you could only post the same one sentence to everything you wanted to reply to on reddit, what would your sentence be?”[3] received over 1,000 comment karma within a day. The copypasta also began appearing outside of Reddit at approximately the same time, including uses and references by Dutch twitter users, appearance on,[4] a message board for fans of the band “Phish”[5] and even the Facebook group Spooderman,[6] where users reported and requested removal of the post in under 5 minutes.


    [1]reddit – Blindfold dildo prank…in da hood [NSFW]

    [2]reddit – ‘She slams her face full force into the pig’s butthole’ – A 2+ day argument – first about racism… [NSFW]

    [3]reddit – If you could only post the same one sentence to everything you wanted to reply to on reddit, what would your sentence be?

    [4]funnyjunk – pokemon

    [5]Phish – A quick essay about your mother.

    [6]Facebook – Spooderman

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  • 12/11/13--09:40: xbone
  • About

    A derogatory way to call Microsoft’s newest console after many fans were heavily disappointed after hearing the news that it requires you to connect to the Internet once every 24 hours in order to play games. Kinect is required for it to work. You have to pay a fee to play used games. Games have to be installed in order to play and it has a hard drive that holds a mere 500 GB. It was officially announced in a live stream on May 21st, 2013. The Xbox One is an upcoming video game console from Microsoft. Announced on May 21, 2013, it is the successor to the Xbox 360 and the third console in the Xbox family of consoles.


    The Xbone nickname actually dates to the product’s announcement May 21st, 2013 . A photograph of the event has someone’s head blocking out the “ox” in Xbox One – what we saw then was Xb(head)one. And Xbone has stuck ever since.The term was soon adopted by skeptics using it to derisively refer to the console after its controversial introduction.

    Microsoft acquires “Xbone” domain

    September 12, 2013: Xbox One developer buys domain name after Major Nelson says it “disrespects” employees who are working on the platform. Microsoft Corporation is the new owner of It is not clear who the original owner of the domain name was, though the name was first registered in March 2000

    Reversal on Xbox One unpopular policies

    A week after E3 on June 19, 2013 Microsoft announced “Update on Xbox One” where Microsoft stated that they listen to the feedback of the fans and announced “you can play, share, lend, and resell your games exactly as you do today on Xbox 360.” The highlighted how the players "loved the flexibility you have today with games delivered on disc. The ability to lend, share, and resell these games at your discretion is of incredible importance to you. Also important to you is the freedom to play offline, for any length of time, anywhere in the world.

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  • 12/10/13--13:18: Surprise, Bitch
  • ((Work In Progress))


    Surprise, Bitch is a catchphrase commonly associated with characters or things returning after being assumed gone.


    On December 4, 2013, American Horror Story aired the episode “The Sacred Talking”.


    External Links

    This image set is sometimes used as a ‘My face when’ or reaction image on tumblr. However, it’s also used to antagonize those who dislike it.

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  • 12/12/13--01:33: Cry Me A River
  • About

    “Cry me a river” is a slangterm which is mostly used on various websites to mock or troll whinny persons or unnecessary dramas on the internet. The therm is pretty similar to cry moar.



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  • 12/12/13--11:43: The 4th Wall
  • About

    The 4th Wall is a term used to describe the line between reality and fiction. The fourth wall being broken means that a character in a fictional story has crossed the line between fiction and reality, either acknowledging the audience, show, or normally both.

    Other characters from numerous media have broken the fourth wall, such as Deadpool from Marvel comics, Warner Bros’ Freakaziod, Pinkie Pie from MLP: FiM, and other characters from other media.


    The Fourth Wall ’s origins go back as far as the 1800s, having the same meaning as it does today, still being an invisible “wall” between the audience and the actors. Such idea was formed by Denis Diderot, a critic and philosopher.


    Breaking the fourth wall started to spread around during the time that the show Ed Edd and Eddy aired on Television
    The show broke the fourth wall several times throughout the course of it’s lifespan until 2009 when the show was taken off the air.
    The show breaking the fourth wall:

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest Over Time

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  • 12/12/13--16:23: The Kingdom of Loathing
  • About

    Kingdom of Loathing, or “KOL” for short, is an online MMORPG created by Zack “Jick” Johnson and Josh “Mr. Skullhead” Nite. It was first released online in 2003. The game is notable for its simple stick-figure art, humorous in-game messages, and various pop culture references. Players can choose to play as one of 6 classes, only changing class when “ascending” after beating the game.

    Muscle classes

    All Muscle classes can get the ability “Armorcraftiness”, which gives the player the ability to craft advanced weapons and clothing. Muscle players rely on sheer power and large health reserves.

    Turtle Tamers have the unique ability of turtle-taming, which is useful for gaining familiars or crafting certain items.
    Seal Clubbers can summon infernal seals to fight for special loot.

    Moxie classes

    All Moxie classes can get “Advanced Cocktailcrafting”, which allows the player to summon special cocktail garnishes and mix advanced drinks. Moxie classes rely on speed and trickery to pickpocket monsters for extra items and cash.


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  • 12/12/13--18:45: 60-Year-Old Girl
  • About

    60-Year-Old Girl is an advice animal image macro series featuring a photograph of a young girl with a short haircut and large glasses. The captions typically contain stereotypes attributed to elderly women combined with the characteristics of a young child.


    On December 10th, 2013, Redditor Beerdrummer submitted a post titled “My wife looked like a 60 year old woman as a child” to the /r/funny[1] subreddit, featuring a photograph of a young girl with a short haircut and large eyeglasses (shown below). In the first 48 hours, the post received over 23,800 up votes and 940 comments.


    Less than an hour after the photograph was posted, Redditor LetsGetRamblin submitted a captioned version of the photo titled “60 Year-Old Girl” to the /r/funny[2] subreddit (shown below, left). On the same day, Redditor otisshredding submitted an image macro to /r/funny[3]joking that the young girl covers her toy furniture in plastic wrap (shown below, right). In the first 48 hours, the posts gained more than 21,800 and 27,800 up votes respectively.

    In the coming days, over 300 examples were submitted to the /r/AdviceAnimals[4] subreddit and articles about the series were published on several news sites, including UpRoxx,[6] Mashable,[5]BuzzFeed[7] and E Online.[8]


    On December 11th, Yahoo posted a video interview with Clayton (Redditor Beerdrummer) and Lindsay Prater (shown below), in which the married couple explained how they reacted to the meme’s success.

    Notable Examples

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  • 12/13/13--11:15: Ruined Adulthood
  • [work-in-progress, and images will be uploaded]


    Ruined Adulthood is a term used to describe a discovery found in a subject that adult fans may find suggestive or disappointing. It is similar to Ruined Childhood, although topics are more recent, such as a television show that is currently airing, rather than a show a person remembers from their childhood.


    On June 15, 2012, Funnyjunk user evanggggg made a post titled “Adulthood Ruined” that featured a theory that adults don’t appreciate the fruity shapes in the breakfast cereal Trix because ‘Trix are for kids’, which also happens to be the cereal’s slogan. The post received over three thousand likes, and has 60,000+ views.


    In April 2013, a 9GAG post titled “My adulthood is ruined” was posted featuring a comic where a person was disappointed to find out Jim Parsons was nothing like his character Sheldon Cooper in the television show The Big Bang Theory. It received 21,000+ points.

    A post titled “My adulthood is ruined” was uploaded to Meme Diary by user Laugh M, a demotivational poster of the show Adventure Time, where the main character Finn says ‘Please Princess! Just stick it in your mouth’.

    Notable Examples

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  • 12/14/13--18:04: You Sit On A Throne Of Lies
  • About

    “You Sit On A Throne Of Lies” is statement by Will Ferrell in the 2003 family-comedy film Elf. The quote is commonly used to satirize statements that are evidently contradictory or dishonest.


    The quote originally comes from a scene in which Buddy The Elf (Will Ferrell’s character) encounters a mall Santa. Buddy had been expecting the actual Santa Claus (as he had met the man in person and looked up to him), and was left disillusioned when he discovers that this “Santa” is just a man in a costume. Buddy then whispers insults at the man indicating his disgust towards the “impostor”, at one point telling the man “You sit on a throne of lies!”


    In 2005, the quote gained popularity on humor website YTMND when user Cryokenetic uploaded a site that contained a picture of Buddy paired up the audio from the scene and matching text.[1] The site received over 3,000 votes and maintains an average of 3.63/5.[2] The sound file used on the website was also used on over 30 similar YTMND sites, and an alternate sound file was used on several other YTMND sites.[3][4]

    Since then, Meme Generator has created templates for Buddy The Elf, featuring macros containing the quote in question and several others related to the character.[5][6] In addition, the phrase is used frequently on photo-sharing website Pinterest.[7]

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: I Want to Die
  • About

    I Want to Die” (Japanese: 死にたい, Shinitai) refers to an uplifting animated gif made in the Japanese imageboard community Futaba Channel (2chan) circa early 2006. In contrast to its negative message, this picture is known for its positive image giving viewers the hope of life.


    According to Nico Nico Pedia’s article[1], the animated gif was made in Nijiura, the most aggressive boards in Futaba, for a troll who had continued making threads with the only one sentence “I want to die”. Nijiura users made several ridiculously hilarious animated gifs to satirize the guy who apparently didn’t had such mind. And, this psychedelic one shining like a garish neon sign (shown above) was one of those instances.

    Then, the video edition was created and uploaded to YouTube on April 19th, 2006[2], which played 1999 hit rave tune “Got the Groove” by German electro duo SM-Trax[3] in background.


    This Futaba’s in-joke began to be known gradually among Japanese internet users after that video was reuploaded to Nico Nico Douga (NND) in April 2007[4], and became to a subject for parodies or MAD videos on NND circa 2008.[5] In a reflection of its presence on NND, the song “Got the Groove” has been included into several Nico Nico medleys such as “The 7 Colors of Nico Nico Douga” in 2009.

    Meanwhile, this animated gif also earns a strange but positive reputation for its suicide prevention effect. People praises it that watching this hilariously uplifting picture makes people notice how ridiculous it is to have negative minds when they are disappointed in life and thinking “I want to die”. A blog summarizing 2channel threads picked up a 2channel user’s voice for the animate gif, which said that was a magical animated gif erasing a death wish.[6]

    Notable Examples

    Left: Hatsune Miku Vocal Edition | Right: U.N. Owen Was Her?
    Left: Native Faith | Right: Battle Dome

    Search Interest

    [Not Available]

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Registration is needed to browse the original videos listed in this section.

    [1]Nico Nico Pedia – 死にたい (Japanese)

    [2]YouTube – 死にたい(I want to die) caption rave / Posted on 04-19-2006 (Embedding disabled by request)

    [3]Wikipedia – SM-Trax

    [4]niconico Video – 死にたい / Posted on 04-03-2007

    [5]niconico Video – Search results for 死にたい

    [6]2のまとめR – 自殺したく無くなる不思議なgif動画 / 08-02-2010 (Japanese)

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: Haou Airen Parodies
  • About

    Haou Airen (Japanese: 覇王愛人; lit. Supreme King’s Mistress)[1] is a Japanese shoujo comic written by Mayu Shinjo, usually called Mayu-tan (まゆたん) among fans.[2] In this manga, there are many well-known scenes among Japanese internet users due to their ridiculousness, and the most famous 2 scenes are called “Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu” and “The Best Assassin in the World” in each. These have been set to a subject for parodies on 2channel and the Japanese illustrators community pixiv since the middle of 2000s.


    The Best Assassin in the World

    The Best Assassin in the World (世界一腕の立つ殺し屋, Seaki Ichi Ude no Tatsu Koroshiya) is a nickname given to an assassin with no name who was hired to kill Haku Ron, the main character and a young boss of the largest mafia in Hong Kong. His nickname comes from a client’s order “I want the best assassin you can get!”. He became famous for the scenes in chapter 11 and 12, where he attempted to shoot Haku Ron in a park.

    The reason why he became to a laughingstock is his too original style for snipe:

    • He apparently has not a sniper rifle, but an assault rifle for sniping. And he is holding it on his shoulder like a rocket launcher.
    • He seems to be taking his sights via scope even though he doesn’t attach a sniper scope on the rifle.
    • Despite of this, a sighter shows on the next frame.
    • His confident remarks: “it’s easy work” (ちょろいもんだぜ; Choroi Mondaze) and “I’ll let your face vanished” (そのきれいな顔を吹っ飛ばしてやる!; Sono Kirei na Kao wo Futtobashite Yaru!)

    Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu

    Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu (まゆたんのカンフー; Matu-tan no Kanfuu) refers to a frame in chapter 42 where Haku Ron is explaining Kung Fu to younger brothers of Kurumi, the protagonist girl of this manga.

    Since this eccentric five motions not seemed at all to Kung Fu, it became to be considered as the creator’s original martial arts called “Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu”.


    Around the summer of 2005, overly eccentric storylines in Mayu-tan’s works and her roughish drawing sometimes that causes strange scenes became to be known on the Japanese web via review pages and image collections for her comics by internet users.[3][4] On the Japanese textboard community 2channel, a series of threads for “The Best Assassin in the World” started in the board for catching up trending topics, /gline/ (guideline), on June 28th, 2005.[5] On there, this assassin had been much popular than that Kung Fu, made Shift-JIS art reproducing his scenes and his remarks became to catchphrases among them. An archive page for his fame in 2channel and a fan page for the assassin were also created.[6][7] Besides, parody illustrations for “The Best Assassin in the World” have been occasionally posted to pixiv since it was launched in 2007.[8]

    Meanwhile, “Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu” entered the spotlight as a subject for parody illustrations on pixiv when a template file was created in May 2009.[9] It had earned about 200 illustration responses within its first year.[10] And nowadays, there are over 1,000 parody illustrations for “Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu” on that illustrators community.[11]

    Mayu-tan’s Response

    On September 2nd, 2010, Mayu Shinjo reported on her Twitter that she bought a replica sniper rifle.[12] In that tweet, she comically insisted that she wasn’t wrong and attached a picture of she lifting the rifle on her shoulder.


    I bought a sniper rifle, but… Hey guys! It’s too big & heavy! It can’t work unless I lift it on my shoulder. So, I AM THEJUSTICE!!

    Notable Examples

    The Best Assassin in the World Parody

    Mayu-tan’s Kung Fu Parody


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  • 12/15/13--05:00: Cute Series
  • About

    Cute Series (Japanese: ○○かわいいシリーズ, Marumaru Kawaii Series) refers to a style of MAD videos that use the song “Linear Slope X Technologic”. It’s a mashup of an electro pop tune “Liner Slope” (線形勾配) by daniwellP, a famous Vocaloid composer also known as the creator of "Nyanyanyanyanyanyanya!", and 2005 hit electro house tune “Technologic”[1] by Daft Punk.


    “Linear Slope” was uploaded to both his official website[2] and video sharing services in December 2009. The former is daniwellP’s original instrumental version, but the latter is a mashup version with Daft Punk’s “Technologic”. This mashup version was posted to the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga on December 13th, 2009[3], and it was officially reuploaded to YouTube by the creator in 2011 (shown below, left).

    Meanwhile, the first instance that introduced this song into MADs is "Onjouji Toki is “sickly” kawaii" (lit. Onjouji Toki is Sicky and Cute) made by NND user Kanban (看板)[4]. This video featuring Tok Onjouji, a sickly person in Japanese manga/TV anime Saki, was posted to NND on June 2nd, 2012 (shown below, right).



    Other MAD editors quickly began mimicking the style of that Toki Onjouji video partly due to its quite convenient editing style utilizing NND video player’s auto-loop feature. Therefore, it’s considered as a musical resource for novice MAD editors, in a similar vein to on and on or Dangerous Series.

    About 100 videos in this series had been uploaded to NND within its first month, and the amount of those videos has been still increasing.[5] And following videos are called with the phrasal templateX is Y Kawaii” (lit. X is Y and Cute).

    Notable Examples

    Left: Matsumi Kuro from Saki | Right: Kongou from Kantai Collection
    Left: Akari Akaza from Yuruyuri | Right: Mayuri Shiina from STEINS;GATE

    Search Interest

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    External References

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    [1]Wikipedia – Technologic

    [2]aidn – sound (daniwellP’s Official Website, Japanese)

    [3]niconico Video – Linear Slope × Technologic / Posted on 12-13-2009

    [4]niconico – 看板's user page

    [5]niconico Video – Search results for ○○かわいいシリーズ

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: String Play Spider Baby
  • About

    String Play Spider Baby (Japanese: ストリングプレイスパイダーベイビー) refers to a frame of a man striking the yo-yo trick “Spider Baby” in a Japanese comic Moero Spinner (燃えろ! スピナー) written by Takashi Hashiguchi.[1] This frame has been a popular subject for photo collages on the Japanese imageboard community Futaba Channel (2chan) due to its surrealistic lulz.


    Moero Spinner is a pilot version for Japanese yo-yo comic Chosoku Spinner (超速スピナー)[2], also known as English title Super Yo-Yo in the US. It serialized 2 episodes on a Japanese monthly boy comic magazine CoroCoro Comic in 1997, and included in both a yo-yo technical guide book “Hyper Yo-Yo Techniques” released in the same year and the 1st volume of Chosoku Spinner released in 1998.

    The frame is taken from a double-page spread where a young man called Kenichi Nakamura or Master Nakamura (中村名人; Nakamura Meijin), the national yo-yo champion in Japan who also appears on Chousoku Spinner, is demonstrating several yo-yo tricks to the protagonist boy. Master Nakamura is striking “Spider Baby” in a small frame on a corner of the pages.

    “String Play Spider Baby!!”

    For Japanese viewers, this English name of this trick and his proud face with overmuch saturated linework on the background look very unfit to that too simple string trick without any dynamic movements because English names usually sound like grandiloquent to Japanese sensibilities. Therefore, this frame creates a weird atmosphere and causes surrealistic lulz to viewers.

    The Technique

    “Spider Baby” is a string trick, previously called as string(s) play in Japan, that hangs a sleeping yoyo in the reversed “Eiffel Tower”.[3] Here is a tutorial video for “Spider Baby” performed by Kenichi Nakamura (中村謙一)[4], a famous Japanese spinner or yo-yo player who led the Hyper Yo-Yo boom in late 1990s of Japan and the model of Master Nakamura in that manga.


    This small frame in an old comic finally came to be known at Futaba’s Nijiura boards in October 2006. Nijiura users were soon fascinated by its surrealistic lulz and set the frame to a subject for their favorite photo collage works. Since then, “String Play Spider Baby” has been loved by Nijiura users perennially. A large amount of their photo collage works are collected in Futaba’s private archives, and some of them are reprinted to a Naver Matome page.[5] In addition, this manner has also spread to parody illustrations in the Japanese illustrators community pixiv.[6]

    Notable Examples

    Photo Collages





    Search Interest

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Futaba relating websites basically prohibit people from introducing their URLs in the external. Do not write the URLs in articles or comments. Please use search engines.

    [1]Wikipedia – Takashi Hashiguchi

    [2]Wikipedia – 超速スピナー (Japanese)

    [3]YoYo Wiki – Eiffel Tower

    [4]Wikipedia – 中村謙一 (スピナー) (Japanese)

    [5]Naver Matome – ストリングプレイスパイダーベイビーの画像をまとめてみた / Posted on 08-07-2010 (Japanese)

    [6]pixiv – Search results for ストリングプレイスパイダーベイビー

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: Bomberman MADs
  • About

    Bomberman is a popular action video game franchise developed by Hudson since 1983.[1] Its background theme songs have been a popular musical resources for MAD videos on the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND) since late 2008.


    In this video game franchise running over decades, popular songs as a resource for online parodies are these comical battle theme songs in SNES era: “Battle 1” in Super Bomberman 2[2] (shown below, left) and “Extreme Chaos” in Super Bomberman 5[3] (shown below, right). Both songs were written by a Japanese video game composer Hirohiko Fukuda.


    These songs began to be introduced into MAD videos in September, 2008 when a participant in NND’s monthly MAD video uploading event featured “Battle 1”[4], and an AirmotoMAD utilizing “Extreme Chaos” was uploaded in the end of that month.[5] Since after that, more than 200 of MAD videos utilizing these songs have been posted to NND. these videos are given the tag named “Bomberman MAD” (Japanese: ボンバーマンMAD).[6]

    Notable Examples

    Left: Strike Witches | Right: K-ON!
    【ニコニコ動画】【コマンドー】蒸気で抜いたらボンバーマン【ニコニコ動画】アイドルマスター やよい ボンバーマンのBGM
    Left: Commando | Right: Yayoi Takatsuki from THE IDOLM@STER
    【ニコニコ動画】本格的 ケツを叩いてボンバーマン【ニコニコ動画】西川先生のお尻がボンバーマンの曲に合わせて爆発したようです。
    Left: Billy Herrington[NSFW!!] | Right: Japanese Fart Porn[NSFW!!]

    Search Interest

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    External References

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    [1]Wikipedia – Bomberman

    [2]Wikipedia – Super Bomberman 2

    [3]Wikipedia – Super Bomberman 5

    [4]niconico Video – タマゴをチンしてボンバーマン / Posted on 09-20-2008 (deleted)

    [5]niconico Video – ボンババアマン 【エア本】 / Posted on 09-28-2008 (deleted)

    [6]niconico Video – Search results for ボンバーマンMAD

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: Hello Soybeans Song
  • About

    Hello Soybeans Song” (Japanese: ハロー大豆の歌, Hello Daizu no Uta) is a strange character song[1] in the TV anime series for a Japanese manga Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens.[2] This song became to a popular subject for parodies among Japanese internet users due to its laughable lyrics and the literally “fierce sex appeal” face by Nagi, the main character in this anime.


    The TV anime series for Kannagi aired 13 episodes from October to December in 2008, and the scene where Nagi was singing “Hello Soybean Song” in a karaoke box was appeared on the 10th episode “The Karaoke Warrior, Mike Takako”, which was aired on December 6th.[3] This song is written in the manner of typical Japanese commercial songs, and it’s also drawn as a song for an imaginary food company called “Dokkoi Foods” (どっこい食品).


    Japanese (Romanized)TranslationTouchan mo Giichan mo Baachan mo
    Takashi-kun mo Mandoriru mo

    Bootcamp ni Ikuno Nara

    Mame Kue! Mame!

    Morimori Karada ga Tsukurareru

    … Souzetu na Iroke… !

    Mame wa Hatake no Okuni Nari.
    Father, grandfather, grandmother
    Takashi-kun and the mandrill

    If you are going to a bootcamp

    Eat beans! Beans!

    It builds up your body vigorously!

    … A fierce sex appeal… !

    Beans are the mear from the field.

    via: Gugalyrics[4]

    This Karaoke box scene authentically reproduced the original manga’s episode including this incoherent lyrics. The melody for this song was composed for the animation by the creator, Eri Takenashi, and arranged by Satoru Kōsaki[5], Japanese anime/game composer known for his many works as represented by "Motteke Sailor Fuku!" in Lucky Star and "Renai Circulation" in Bakemonogatari.


    This ridiculous song soon got a much attention among viewers due to its impressive facial expression for “fierce sex appeal” and the help of a weird but earnest performance by the voice actor for Nagi, Haruka Tomatsu.[6] Then triggered by a hand-drawn animated video reproducing that scene by Minoriko Aki from Touhou Project, “Hello Soybeans Song” became to a subject for parodies and a vocal resource for MAD videos on NND.[7]


    Notable Examples

    Hand-drawn Animations

    【ニコニコ動画】一航戦 赤城 歌います!【ニコニコ動画】【大豆】萃香が歌ったよ!!【東方】
    Left: Akagi from Kantai Collection | Right: Suika Ibuki from Touhou Project
    Left: Ren Kagamine from Vocaloid Series | Right: Cheren from Pokemon Black and White


    Left: Figu@Mate | Right: Vocaloid Song “Dead End”
    Left: Vocaloid Song “Two-faced Lovers” | Right: Decisive Battle from Final Fantasy VI


    There are dozens of parody illustrations for the “fierce sex appeal” face on the Japanese illustrators community pixiv.[8] Several of them utilize a template file made by a user.[9]

    Left: Vocaloid Kaito | Right: Ranka Lee from Macross Frontier

    Left: Ayumi Shinozaki from Corpse party | Frieza from Dragon Ball


    Search Interest

    External References

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    [1]Wikipedia – Image song

    [2]Wikipedia – Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens

    [3]Wikipedia – List of Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens episodes


    [5]Wikipedia – Satoru Kōsaki

    [6]Wikipedia – Haruka Tomatsu

    [7]niconico Video – Search results for ハロー大豆の歌

    [8]pixiv – Search results for ハロー大豆の歌

    [9]pixiv – 壮絶な色気【イメレス】 / Posted on 12-10-2008

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  • 12/15/13--05:00: Analoguma
  • Editor’s note: Work in Progress


    Analoguma (Japanese: アナロ熊 or アナログマ, lit. “Analog Bear”)[1] is the icon in an online parody movement against Japanese private-public promoting campaign for the transition from analog to digital broadcasting, and the antithesis of a mascot character of that campaign called Chidejika (地デジカ, lit. Digital Deer).[2]

    In the first half of 2009, those 2 mascots caused a strange sensation on the Japanese web.


    Background: Failed Launch of Chidejika

    On April 24th, 2009, a Japanese idol Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, the image character of Japan’s transition to digital television in 2011, forced to step down from the campaign by a scandal that he was arrested for public indecency of going on the naked, drunken rampage in park.[3] Just three days after the incident, National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan (NAB)[4], which was relabeled the Japan Commercial Broadcasting Association in 2012, revealed a new mascot for the campaign named “Chidejika”, which name is a compound word of “Chideji” (地デジ, abbreviated term of Digital Terrestrial Television) and “Shika” (シカ, Deer).

    <!-- pic: Chidejika -->

    The sudden appearance of new mascot soon became to a laughingstock as a quickie character for compensation. Besides, Chidejika got a much attention in a negative way because its looks, only wearing something like a leotard or a school swimsuit, had an enough impact to make many people imagine a barnyard humor due to the influence of that incident. An online news article reported more than 400 parody illustrations or moegijinka versions for Chidejika had been posted to illustrators communities[5][6] within its first week.[7]

    <!-- pic: Chidejika Parodies -->

    The critical failure was NAB showed stereotyped reactions against those internet users innocent mischiefs. They took those parodies seriously, appealed to news media that they had prepared that digital deer since before[8], its clothes wasn’t a swimsuits[9], and showed complaint to sexy illustrations for Chidejika.[7] Moreover, an online gossip news reported that NAB was planning to take a tough line with not only unauthorized reproductions of Chidejika pictures but also parody creations to protect their own copyright as usual.[10]


    NAB’s small-minded attitude rubbed Japanese internet users the wrong way. Then, people with humorous anger against NAB began to lionize “Analoguma”, a Shift-JIS art character of Kumar (クマー) or Pedobear putting a Yagi-Uda antenna[11] on its head, as the antithesis of Chidejika. This character for analog terrestrial television was born on /news/ board in the Japanese anonymous text board community 2channel on April 28th.[12] And in opposition to Chidejika, Analoguma became to be drawn as a copyright-free mascot in a campaign for postponing the transition or promoting to take this opportunity to stop watching TV.

    <!-- pic: Analoguma -->


    Analoguma’s sarcastic concept against NAB and Chidejika was soon received many internet users favourably, and inspired their creative mind. Several Analoguma’s websites parodying Chidejika’s official web were quickly launched[13][14][15], many fan works were uploaded to the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND)[16] and illustrators communities pixiv[17] and Nico Nico Seiga[18]. In addtion, several character goods for this copyright-free mascot were also released.

    <!-- pic: Analoguma Goods -->

    Among their creations, a vocaloid song titled “A Song for Analoguma” (アナロ熊のうた, Analoguma no Uta)[19] composed by koushirou in April 29th, 2009 made a smash hit on the web.[20] The original video[21] and fan-made music videos (shown below) for this song on NND and YouTube had earned over 1.3 million page views in total within its first 2 months.[22] The creator contracted to a major record label and released the song on music distribution sites in June of that year.[23] In addition, this song was included in compilation CD albums for popular vocaloid songs together with "Hakata-san Song" from Salt of Hakata meme[24], and a collaborating song with Ayumu Kato from a Japanese comedy duo Zabunguru, who was well known for his Impossibru face, was released in the summer of 2009.[25]



    It’s been living secretly for a long time to sooth viewers heart.
    That’s Analoguma, Analoguma.
    He’s still fine.

    Yagi-Uda antenna is receiving (analog) terrestrial broadcasting everyday at full power.
    Analoguma, Analoguma,
    Please stop ghosting.[26]

    That’s the incredible new comer pushing high-definition quality.
    Analoguma, Analoguma,
    Generations have to change.

    He has lived along with Showa period, the bubble economics and the Heisei Recession.
    Goodbye Analoguma, Analoguma
    Until we meet again.

    Meanwhile, NAB’s firm attitude against Chidejika parodies could never affect to internet users activities. Instead, several web domains including the word “chidejika” were registered by individuals, and parody web pages satirizing NAB and Chidejika were opened on there[27] since NAB hadn’t keep domain names for the campaign. Moreover, NAB got revealed a further mistake of GFDL licence violation in the following month that it cited descriptions from Wikipedia’s deer article to Chidejika’s press material without any credits,[28] but NAB got it over by correcting a paper without any formal statement of apology.[29][30] This NAB’s inconsistent attitude for copyright management was mocked at by internet users so much.

    These episodes were also covered by English blog media such as Japanator[31] and Asiajin.[32]

    Analoguma’s Death

    The online sensation of Chidejika and Analoguma has ended in late 2009. Tsuyoshi Kusanagi had returned to the former position in July of that year, and Chidejika has played a role of pure mascot as if nothing had happened in its begining.

    Analoguma came to light for a finale on July 24th, 2011, the day of stopping the analog terrestrial wave. A game shop in Akihabara organized a funeral for Analoguma in the front of the store on that day.[33]

    <!--pic: Analoguma’s portrait -->

    Notable Examples

    Left: Techno Remix | Right: CGI Music Video

    Alaloguma Illustrations

    Other Derivatives


    Analoguma-chan (アナログマちゃん) is another “Analog Bear” charecter designed by a Japanese illustrator Tomoyuki Kurosawa.[34]

    <!--pic: Analoguma chan -->


    Analoba (アナロバ, lit. Analog Donkey) is a mascot character in an imaginary campaign for insisting a free circulation of digital terrestrial television tuner for people. Its name is a pun for “Roba” (ロバ, Donkey) and “Roha” (ロハ), a Japanese slang meaning of “Free”.[35]

    <!--pic: Analoba -->

    Search Interest

    External References

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    [1]Wikipedia – アナログマ (Japanese)

    [2]Wikipedia – Chidejika

    [3]Wikipedia – Tsuyoshi Kusanagi#Incident

    [4]Wikipedia – 日本民間放送連盟 (Japanese)

    [5]pixiv – Search results for 地デジカ

    [6]Nico Nico Seiga – Search results for 地デジカ

    [7]ZAKZAK卑猥な表現やめて!! 「地デジカ」パロディー続出 / 04-30-2009 (Japanese)

    [8] – 地デジカは即席キャラではなかった! 地デジカ誕生秘話が判明! / 05-07-2009 (Japanese)

    [9]ITmedia News – 「地デジカ」の衣装は「スク水ではない」と民放連 / 04-28-2009 (Japanese)

    [10] – “地デジカ” の無断美少女イラストに「断固として許さない」と民放連 / 04-28-2009 (Japanese)

    [11]Wikipedia – Yagi-Uda antenna

    [12] – ついに地デジカ登場!黄色は注意喚起。鳩山「草なぎ君のかわりに頑張ってもらう」 / Posted on 04-27-2009 (Thread Archive, Japanese)

    [13]アナログマ (Japanese)

    [14]アナログマ (Internet Archive, Japanese)

    [15]アナログマ 2011 (Japanese)

    [16]niconico Video – Search results for アナロ熊

    [17]pixiv – Search results for アナロ熊 OR アナログマ

    [18]Nico Nico Seiga – Search results for アナロ熊

    [19]Wikipedia – アナロ熊のうた (Japanese)

    [20]ねとらぼ:地デジカ対抗「アナログマ」出没 応援歌も – ITmedia ニュース04-30-2009 (Japanese)

    [21]niconico Video – 【初音ミク】アナロ熊のうた【オリジナル】 / Posted on 04-29-2009

    [22]Sports Houchi – 「アナロ熊」着うた大人気…「地デジカ」に強力ライバル / 06-18-2009 (Japanese, deleted)

    [23]Victor Entertainment – koushirou inspired by アナロ熊 (Record Label’s Official, Japanese)


    [25]BARKS news – アナロ熊 : アナロ熊とサブングル加藤がコラボ、くやしいけど「カッチカチやぞ!」 / 07-08-2009 (Japanese)

    [26]Wikipedia – Ghosting (television)

    [27] (Internet Archive, Japanese)

    [28] – 「“地デジカ”著作権侵害は許さない」と言っていた民放連が著作権侵害か / 05-06-2009 (Japanese)

    [29]The Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association – 「What’s 地デジカ」(2009.04.27)の一部訂正について / 05-08-2009 (Official Announcement, Japanese)

    [30]YOMIURIONLINE「地デジカ」説明、ウィキペディアから借用 / 05-11-2009 (Japanese)

    [31]JAPANATORJapanese digital TV transition gets new mascot to replace SMAP's streaking Kusanagi / Posted on 04-28-2009

    [32]Asiajin – Promotion Character Battle: Digital Deer vs. Analog Bear / Posted on 05-03-2009

    [33]アキバ日報 – 秋葉原でアナログマ葬儀が執り行われる / 07-24-2011 (Japanese)

    [34]【絶賛アナログ放送中】アナログマちゃん【ゆっくり見ていってね】 (Japanese)

    [35]アナロバ – (Internet Archive, Japanese)

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