doujinshi

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Borrowing from Japanese  (どう) (じん) () (dōjinshi, fan-produced manga or essay booklets), from  (どう) (じん) (dōjin, a group for the same interest) +‎  () (shi, a magazine or a pamphlet).

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doujinshi (countable and uncountable, plural doujinshi or doujinshis)

  1. A fan-made magazine, usually in the form of manga, which may contain (but not necessarily) copyrighted material from published works – such as from anime, manga, or video games.

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