Following up on the previous array of perfected plastic, Otaku showcase their creepy dolls in varying disconcerting poses – complete with professional photographic landscapes.
Unlike figures, dolls fail to portray anything of erotic interest, visual vehemence, or female physique significance – that is all unless you are a devout lolicon. For the rest of us, dolls merely lack any traits of attractiveness for those past the age of five.
As expected, such a distasteful display of dolls generated quite a bit of discontent:
“Miku is cute, others are disgusting trash.”
“Figures can be cute, but dolls…”
“Figures and dolls are different genres I think.”
“Anime faces in dolls are impossible.”
“Dolls look scary at night.”
“Dolls are scary…”
“It’s hard to understand the world.”
What’s even more so disturbing may not be the dolls themselves – rather the fact that images exist of dolls professionally posed in lush opens areas such as beautiful mountain ranges, subtle country scenes, and in-front of intricate waterways, completely shattering the belief that obsessive otaku creeps are shut-ins.