Keisuke Matsumoto has a passionate online fan base thanks to his 2 ongoing web animated series. His works are known for their cute characters and comic dialogue, which is inspired by a Japanese two-person comedy routine known as manzai.
<em>Keisuke Matsumoto</em><br />Matsumoto was born in 1985.<br /><br /><em>Major animated works</em><br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Commy of Yai-yai Forest</span> (2010 - 2013)<br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Ponkotsu Quest: The Dark Lord and his Temp Minions</span> (2013 - Present)<br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Well, Good Luck, Magical Girl Kurumi</span> (2017 - Present)
This parody of the magical girl anime genre features a middle school girl who has the power to transform into a superhero and fight evil.
After graduating from college, Matsumoto spent his time producing this web anime instead of looking for a job. The show depicts the comical encounters between Commy, a rabbit, and his friends in Yai-yai Forest.
This comedic anime, Matsumoto's most popular work, plays on tropes from Japanese roleplaying video games. It portrays the adventures and misadventures of Kaku and Imura, 2 low-ranking minions of a dark lord attempting to take over the world.