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Last Updated on Apr. 2, 2020
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Tsumino is one the best collections of doujinshi that you can find on the internet. It’s all created by non-professionals who just happen to love making manga. They keep the quality high and make sure to create as much as they possibly can. You can read it all for free, but there are no downloads available. If you find a creator that you really like, you can usually volunteer to help them out with anything that they need. You’ll usually find them asking for translators, redrawers and anything that they have to work to find the time to do.
The Demon Girl category is a lot of fun on Tsumino. This is where you can really let your fantasies take off. The people here really get creative with their creations. All you need is a desire to have some real fun and you’ll be given everything that you need to do it. The only real problem is censorship. You can never tell whether or not a book is going to have it. You just have to open it and hope for the best. Lots of the creators tend to use it, but you can still find a lot of uncensored books to enjoy.
Tsumino works well and you don’t really have to go looking for anything. You can comment on anything that you want without having to make a profile. There’s a Captcha to get through in order to prove that you’re not a bot, but that’s it. You’ll just need a profile if you want to save a list of your favorites. There’s a list of tags that you can use to find what you want to read, and you can jump around to different pages within each book. It’s a fast site that gives you access to some of the best independent work around.


  • You can comment without an account
  • Majority of the manga is completely uncensored
  • Demon Girl category brings some of the most imaginative manga to you


  • Pop ups to deal with
  • Need an account to save your favorites
  • No telling what’s censored and what isn’t until you load a book