I've always wondered about this.
Has there ever been any Hentai/Doujin artists that killed themselves/died or just disappeared and never posted any new work?
I can't think of one..
That guy from ComicLO who died suddenly in his home and his parents found him a week later because he didn't answer the calls.
Though artist disappear all the time, some of them just gives up their hobbies after finishing uni and they get a steady job because they aren't talented enough to get a living from it.
Lunch seems to have disappeared off the face of the Earth.
Zero No Tsukaima's author died of cancer.
>I really want to live.
link to his work?
It was posted on /a/, I kinda remember that, but not his name.
Welp I'm interested with who this was now
Yeah, and MM's author committed suicide.
Silly anon, hentai artists can't die.
One of his covers, he also did original work.
i hope you aren't trolling
I miss this dude
OH GOD NOT HIM
Yes, him. All his pages are NSFW so I'm having a hard time finding stuff to post from him.
>Posted on 29 October 2012, 11:54 UTC by Kudowafu
>Yasudas lolis are so cute it makes my heaHNNNNNNNGHHH..
>Thanks for the translation!
Yeah... if only we could have stopped it.
Here is his Pixiv
He'll be forever 24歳 ;_;
>His last post was at 4/20/2013
We will blaze that shit in his honor
It strange to see so much stuff from a dead person. Especially blog entries and things like that. I wonder if this is the Internet's future. Having millions of entries from dead people, forever there to glare on the world.
I want to be born 50 years from now on.
Permanence is a strange thing on the internet. Our posts and those of all of our predecessors will always linger like ghosts. Personally, I find abandoned website and virtual worlds to be incredibly fascinating. Once vibrant places are now forgotten ghost towns. Go on an old and dead MMO, and find a server. There may be no more than a dozen stragglers where thousands of people once laughed and played.