Dude. He's buying lolicon doujins, not Nabokov. This isn't art and literature -- it's porn.
So the age old debate of how to tell art from porn has been solved? Of course not (and the terms are not mutually exclusive).
Well, two problem here. In fact, most anime characters are teens under 18. Age of consent in Japan is 14, which lets them get away with having high schoolers in sexual situations. Anime protagonists that are of age in America are frankly the minority, weird censorship laws on pubic hair aside.
What, did you check their birth certificates? How exactly do you claim to know the ages of fictional images?
Oh, just read up on Miller and shut up with the hysterics.
"Shut up, shut up" - that's all you censorship people know, isn't it? Why don't you shut up - I don't see any artistic or literary merit in what you post, so let's say no more posts from you, or else you get to spend time in prison.
Of course, it's probably true that images in museums wouldn't be affected, but then it's even more ridiculous if the same images become illegal when found on somebody's hard drive. A selectively enforced law is a bad law. And don't think that laws are never used in stupid ways - from images in art galleries, to 30 year old album covers on online encyclopedias.
The only hysterics here are from people who think cartoons are anything to with child porn.