I've been pining for Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei ever since it ended. But if you remember the figure of the harried manga artist who sometimes appeared in it, usually as the punchline, you'll realize that Kōji Kumeta can never stop working, and he must have been cranking out something new in weekly installments. And he has. Kakushigoto is about a harried manga artist named Goto Kakushi who has a deep-seated neurotic desire to hide the truth of his profession from his daughter. The art, the comic pacing, and satirical tone are very Zetsubou-Sensei-like, and it's hard not to see the Class 2-F high school students in little Hime's school friends and Kakushi's assistants. A Kumetan satire on the manga industry? Okay!