Danny Choo is a guestblogger on Boing Boing. Danny resides in Tokyo, and blogs about life in Japan and Japanese subculture - he also works part time for the empire
and I have been secretly working on a Japanese version of Boing Boing not. But maybe this is what it would look like - threw together during a PG Tips tea break using Fireworks.
And in case you are wondering - the first post in the mock is about an online Japanese book that was published which features photos of men's faces being squashed by women's thighs - more pics and instructions on how to see more are available
if that sort of thing tickles your fancy.
The other post in the mock is about a popular American manga (Japanese comics) illustrator Fred_Gallagher
who's work has become so popular outside of Japan that now the Japanese want to see his work.
Larger version of this mockup in my Flickr pool
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