[Doujinshi] Circle 434 Not Found

It’s time for your neighborhood blog yurifan to write another article again! It’s been quite some time since I’ve done anything here, but hey, someone gave me a subject so I might as well follow up on it! Today, I’ll be talking about a circle that I’m particularly familiar with and by familiar, I mean I know I’ve read several of their doujins. I’m so great at this. Anyway, the subject of this article is going to be the wonderful yuri group, 434NotFound (also known as Isya (pronounced Ai-sha what)).

Thankfully, unlike another group that I didn’t do any research on before writing an article on it (*cough*RIRIADOLL*cough*), 434NotFound doesn’t have a giant stockpile of boys banging boys hidden in its archives. Instead, you’re pretty much bound to find Umineko no Naku Koro Ni 4koma comedies and yuri stories along with so much Pretty Cure. Holy shit there’s a lot of Pretty Cure. Actually, the Pretty Cure thing seems to be their recent thing and by their, I pretty much mean Isya since she seems the only member of the circle (I can’t read moonspeak that well). Back to the point. Like I said, the early doujins are mostly Umineko and then Isya moved onto Pretty Cure, although it seems to be mostly Hibiki x Kanade and recently, there’s been doujins of Smile Pretty Cure coming out.

Truth be told, while I like their material (how can I not), I’m not actually that big of a fan of the art style. Much prefer Energia’s or Momoya Chika’s than 434NotFound’s, but I really shouldn’t complain. It’s pretty much just my own opinion and Isya’s art isn’t bad by a longshot. Isya prefers a moreā€¦thinner face, I guess? It’s more angled than rounded, so it makes it look thin, but she also keeps the big anime eyes as well as giving the characters a more realistic proportion instead of the sorta-SDish forms that Momoya Chika uses. It also has a tendency to look a little flat, if that makes any sense. As an example, look below at the cover picture for one of 434NotFound’s recent releases, Princess x Princess (which, by the way, is scanlated, so go ahead and read it).

Anyway, enough of the art style critique that I am in no way qualified to give. Let’s move onto the material part of it. Depending on what series you’re looking at, you’re going to get WILDLY different doujins. The Umineko doujins (the ones I’ve read, at least) are pretty much all romantic comedies with 4-koma panels splashed in. Emphasis on the comedy. They’re light-hearted, goofy as hell, and also make contain penis. In that there are actually dudes hanging around, although there isn’t any straight boning. It’s pretty much all goofy lesbian antics, which is always great as well.

But when you get to the Pretty Cure doujins. WHOA. SO MUCH LESBIAN BANGING. Apparently being a magical girl requires tons of sex, because that’s what you’re going to get with 434NotFound’s Pretty Cure doujins. There’s also some drama sprinkled in. I’m not sure what caused this sort of 180 spin, but all of the ones I’ve read are all super porny and (mostly) drama. Which is kind of jarring when you’re going from an Umineko doujin straight to a PC one. I guess Isya wants to cater to all comers?

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All in all, though, they’re all pure love sort of deals and frankly, that’s some of the best stuff out there. 434NotFound is probably not one of my favorite doujin groups out there, but it definitely ranks high and I’d suggest reading their work. The Umineko doujins will at least make you snicker and hey, if you just want a ton of smut, their Pretty Cure will definitely deliver.

By the way, Isya really loves herself some Hibiki x Kanade. You’re going to get that the most. Tsundere lesbian sex, top score.

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