Three months later than usual, here’s Megami Magazine Vol. 113 featuring Rin Tosaka and Saber on the front cover. Its been a while since I’ve been able to flip through a Megami Magazine so this was like a blast from the past for me.
Although this was from a while ago, I don’t think K-ON will be going away anytime soon.
I know Mio, Yui, and Azusa are the three most popular girls of K-ON, but I’d still like to see more of my favourite character, Mugi.
Did anyone actually enjoy the Princess Lover anime?
I swear that almost every poster of Horo has her naked, but she’s wearing clothes all of the time in the anime.
Yay for bikinis!
And anime with bikinis!
As much as I liked the beginning of CANAAN, it just fell off a cliff somewhere in the middle, but at least we got some bunny girls out of it.
Fight! Ippatsu Juuden-chan was probably one of the more ecchi anime out there last season, it’s no surprise that the Juuden-chan posters are so suggestive…
It feels like so long ago that Saki aired, so seeing this poster kinda surprised me.
I thought this one was pretty cool. I like the girl in the blue suit.
After so long, I still can’t believe what happened at the end of Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~, it was so sad. Well, at least it looks like Mio and Elen are enjoying themselves though.
I’ve never heard of Mahou Tsuka wa Yuyu Shiki Otome before, but Ru-ru Kisaragi and Yu-yu Mashiro look pretty cute.
What better way to sell anime cards than to make your own anime? I still have to catch up with Weiss Survive, but I don’t remember the episodes being all that long.
I’m pretty sure now that Kanokon is really an H-anime disguised as a regular anime (kinda like Queen’s Blade), especially after having seen the screenshots of the OVA.
Did anyone watch all of GA? I remember seeing the first episode and thought it was too childish, does it get any better or is it pretty much the same throughout the series?
Aika Zero = panty-shot heaven? It seems all the Megami Magazine posters of it involve panty shots.
Still waiting for Kowarekake no Orgol to be released. It feels like its been in production forever.
Just a reminder for anyone looking forward to Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, it comes out on Jan. 23 this year.
These pages sure do bring back memories. I think I only watched the first four episodes of Endless Eight. There’s only so much time a person can waste just to see their favourite characters in different clothing.
After seeing these pages, I remembered that the opening song for the Nadeko Snake arc in Bakemonogatari should be out now, then I find out that its been delayed. Looks like I’ll have to wait until the end of the month to get the full version of Renai Circulation by Kana Hanazawa.
A look at some new figures. Unfortunately, it was impossible for me to preorder the Mio nendoroid in time, and I don’t have enough money or room for a collection of Touhou figures.
As if having their own anime and posters wasn’t enough, Weib Schwarz is still putting a bunch of ads at the back of Megami Magazines.
If anyone liked Princess Lover, the DVDs are already coming out for them.
This volume came with a large poster. On one side is Nanoha from Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha The Movie 1st. As much as I like Nanoha, I personally think that Megami has been overloaded with Nanoha material over the past year.
On the other side is the same image of Rin and Saber that was on the cover of the magazine.
I like a few of the posters in this volume, like the K-ON ones and the “deep one” poster, but overall I didn’t think they were all that great. Sure, there were a lot of girls in bikinis, which is true for every Megami Magazine, but it just felt like something was missing. Maybe it was just some of the poses or backgrounds could have been done better. I’m also not too excited about some of the childish stuff like GA and Kanamemo; it’s Megami (goddess) Magazine after all, they should just stick to what they’re good at: bishoujo anime characters.