Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility For Perverted Anime

Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility for Perverted Anime

On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart ridiculed the octopus logo for the recently launched spy satellite NROL-39. He quipped that the logo was one scared schoolgirl away from being a popular comic in Tokyo. And, voilà, the show added just that.

Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility for Perverted Anime

"Yes, yes, I invented that type of porn. Yes, that was me." No, Stewart was not joking. He was dead serious.

Watch the clip below:

Online in the West, anime fans were quick to note that the character was Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi, the heroine of Henneko: The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat. The anime is heavy on fan service and innuendo, but it's not porn. No wonder this cameo is being called "unfortunate".

So how did this happen? On Twitter, @YouAreMother pointed out that Tsukiko is the first image that pops up when google image searching "hentai." Perhaps this explains why The Daily Show used an image of her as opposed to an actual anime porn character. Maybe?

As collected by Newsoku VIP Blog, photoshops also documented Stewart's secret anime porn infamy:

Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility for Perverted Anime
Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility for Perverted Anime
Jon Stewart Claims Responsibility for Perverted Anime

In case you missed it, here is Kotaku's review of Henneko: The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat.

アメリカの大人気テレビ番組で『日本の2次元キャラの触手プレイ』を放送 外人「ファック、なんてことだ」[ニュー速VIPブログ]

Photos: Imgur, ウルトラPomf=3, doakln, HollowStark


Comments

    Those photoshops are pretty hilarious.

      Last one is the best though

        needs one with the octopus reporting while john stewart does the groping and it will be perfect.

    So, obviously John Stewarts sarcasm skills are far too advanced for Brian Ashcraft.

      Bashcraft only has a +1 in sarcasm he needs at least a +10

      No kidding. Who the hell would take that seriously?

    So....Bashcraft couldn't have thought Jon Stewart was actually being serious...this is just tongue in cheek, right?
    *reads article again*
    "No, Stewart was not joking. He was dead serious."

    Ok, this is either an attempt at sensationalising a non-existent issue for blatant click bait...or it's dumb. Really, really dumb.

      Bashcraft is really, really dumb, and also a wizard for making click-bait. I think he's pulled off the daily double!

    I don't think you quite understand the meaning of "dead serious" and "not joking"

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