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Mascot Zone-tan Gets Her Own Dakimakura

Western Rule 34 artist Zone announces dakimakura body pillow for Zone-tan, mascot and anchor of Zone's ZTV News.

Zone is a Western adult artist known for his rule-34 animations featuring characters from Teen Titans, My Life as a Teenage Robot, The Road to El Dorado, and much more. On November 20th, Zone uploaded a video announcing that pre-orders for two dakimakura of his mascot Zone-tan were available on Shark Robot. The surreal announcement video is linked below.

There are two versions of the body pillow cover. One is the safe for work version with Zone-tan laying down and wearing her classic purple off-the-shoulder sweater dress and black thigh-high socks. The other one is not safe for work featuring a naked Zone-tan surrounded by green tentacles that slightly go over her tits, ass, and pussy in a teasing manner.

There is also a print of the NSFW dakimakura image. This print is available in different sizes, 8” x 10” being the smallest and 24” x 30” being largest, all of which are only available for a limited time.

You can pre-order the Safe For Work and Not Safe For Work versions of the Zone-tan dakimakura on Shark Robot for $29.95. Pre-orders for both versions end on December 7th. The NSFW print is only available on Shark Robot until December 31st and the prices range from $9.95 to $39.95. If you want it, make sure to get it before that date. You can also support Zone by donating to his Patreon.

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