My Dress-Up Darling Releases NSFW Merch Including Meme-Inspired Marin Face Shirt

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Aniplex recently revealed a new line of My Dress-Up Darling merch complete with some NSFW pieces as well as a graphic tee that’s inspired by a popular meme.

The new collection of merch was shared on the CloverWorks Twitter account. The post also included a link to the website where all the new Aniplex merch for several anime shows is listed.

The highlight of the collection is a graphic t-shirt featuring a collage of Marin Kitagawa stills from the anime series. These stills include Marin in her typical look, as well as her Shizuku-tan and Rizu-kyun.

While the shirt isn’t exactly NSFW, it is seemingly based on a meme that you definitely shouldn’t check while at work. In case you’re unfamiliar, it’s the fabled ahegao hoodie.

Some of the other items meanwhile, are definitely NSFW. For instance, there are acrylic panels featuring Marin in different outfits, with some showing off her underwear. There’s also a wall scroll with art of Marin in a bikini.

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Finally, there’s a set of acrylic keychains, though these items are safe for work as they don’t contain any questionable content from the show.

These new goodies will be available at the Aniplex booth at Comic Market which is happening in Japan on August 13-14, 2022.

Aside from the event, fans in Japan can also order the My Dress-Up Darling NSFW merch online through the Aniplex website. These items will be available for pre-order from August 13 to 28, 2022, and will ship sometime in October.

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My Dress-Up Darling is an anime series by CloverWorks that aired in the Winter 2022 season. It is based on the ongoing manga series of the same name Shinichi Fukuda which serializes in Young Gangan.

The first season of the anime was a success, and it prompted speculation about a potential season 2 announcement. Recently, there have been reports of a second season being in production.

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