Futabu! Mix (Paperback)

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By Bosshi
$19.95
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Description


Akane is the newest recruit to her school's Futa Club, a club where the cutest girls with softest bodies and the hardest weenies can get together and blow of the steam that is high school life. While Akane isn't quite yet a full fledged member, she's ready, willing and able to satisfy her senpai. Whether it's the girthy Aya, the modest Ai, the massive Sumika, or the big things in small packages Mao, Akane happily takes on all comers to ensure the progress of her club.

About the Author


Bosshi has also been serialized in popular eroge magazines such as 2D Dream Magazine, COMIC HANAMAN, Kairakuten, Megastore, and Shitsurakuten. FAKKU has also published two of his other titles, A Body for Play and Peachy-Butt Girls.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781634421089
ISBN-10: 1634421086
Publisher: FAKKU
Publication Date: February 8th, 2018
Pages: 224
Language: English

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