Sorry, everyone, for the lack of posts recently. Life has been really busy so I haven’t been able to write much or reply to comments for the past two weeks. Now that I have a break though, I can finally get back to making some regular posts. I still have several magazines that I haven’t gone through, but I’ll get to them eventually. Today I’m going to take a look at Megami Magazine Vol. 115. Although Christmas is long over, there’s still plenty of snow on the ground, so this issue of Megami Magazine doesn’t feel out of season yet.
This poster was a bit shocking, but I guess bigger is better, right? I can see why Kouta has such a hard time resisting Chizuru’s advances in Kanokon.
I guess there’s more Queen’s Blade anime coming. Never really got into the story though.
I remember watching parts of the first season of Koihime Musou, but I don’t remember seeing the girl on the left. Is she a new character?
It should come as no surprise that none of the skirts worn in Megami Magazine are long enough to cover a girls panties.
There’s quite a few swimsuit posters in here, which is weird considering it’s the December 2009 issue. I’m not complaining though, especially if there are more Seitokai no Ichizon posters ^.^
I finally got around to watching the first episode of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Purezza a couple weeks ago. It looks like there’s some more characters and even more risqué scenes than the first season.
I can’t say I disapprove of Yuri when I get nice posters like this one.
It looks like Yui is going to be late for school again. Congrats to her for placing second in the 2009 Anime Saimoe Tournament though.
I would be stunned if I saw two naked girls falling out of the sky like this. I wonder how Ikaros is keeping her tea in that cup.
The female members of the SOS-dan look ready for winter, except for the fact that they’re still wearing skirts. I’ve always wondered if Japanese schoolgirls still wear skirts when it’s freezing outside. Has anyone been to Japan in the winter and seen this?
Stripped pantsu seems to be gaining popularity in recent years, I guess that’s why Natsuru is wearing them even though he’s actually a guy. What I find weirder than that is that their clothes are all torn from the attacks, but it doesn’t look like they’ve actually been hurt anywhere. You’ve gotta have some skill to cut through stockings but leave the skin unharmed.
As usual, Kuroko is wearing some outrageously revealing outfit, putting the spice in the show. I can’t imagine what To Aru Kagaku no Railgun would be like without her.
Waking up to a couple of almost-naked catgirls would be nice if it weren’t for the fact that I’m allergic to them.
It’s been a while since NEEDLESS ended so I was a bit surprised to see this poster in here.
I stopped watching Weiss Survive quite a while ago, but I might pick it up again since it looks like there are new characters now.
I wonder what the girl on top is doing…
Looks like Plug is getting scolded again. Not exactly sure why she’s not wearing anything besides an apron.
Tayutama ended quite a while back as well, but I don’t mind seeing a new poster every now and then since I really like the character designs. I prefer animal ears that look like it’s a part of the hair rather than ones that just randomly stick out of the head.
Walking in on a girl changing is never a good idea.
The ears in Nyan Koi are an example of what I mean by ears that just stick out of the head rather than blend in with the hair.
Bernkastel is a little weird, so I can imagine her doing something like this. What I don’t get is why Lambda Delta looks so annoyed, she should be enjoying seeing Bernkastel in a sexy pose.
It doesn’t look like the makers of Aika ZERO have caught on to the stripped pantsu fad yet.
I got around to watching Kowarekake no Orgol last month, it was so cute, but so sad.
There was quite a bit of info on biribiri and friends in this issue. I wonder if Kuroko will ever succeed in dominating Mikoto.
There are some pretty amazing swimsuit figures now available. If they didn’t cost so much, I’d probably have a shelf full of anime figures in bikinis.
Looks like Princess Lover is trying to sell some more DVDs. The story didn’t seem all that good though.
The extra item that comes with the magazine this time is not a B2 size poster, but a book-in-book titled “All About Haruhi.” I’m sure you can already tell what’s going to be in it based on the title.
I wish I had a full-size image of Haurhi in that dress on the right. Does anyone know where I can find one?
Yuki looks really good in her dress too.
I was a bit disappointed that Mikuru was wearing her usual bunny outfit. I was hoping she’d get a nice dress too.
There was quite a bit of information about Haruhi in this book.
At the end was a reminder about the Haruhi movie that came out earlier this year. I can’t wait for it to come out on DVD. On the left is a bunch of postcards that come with the book.
The reverse side of the postcards have some sweet Haruhi pics. My favourite is the one on the top right with the girls in wedding dresses. I certainly won’t be mailing these anywhere.
Considering that this volume was released for December, I expected a lot more winter posters, but There seemed to be more swimsuit posters than usual. I guess with the cold weather, the guys at Megami Magazine decided their readers needed something to warm them up. My favourites in this volume were the Seitokai, Railgun, and Tayutama posters. I also really like the Haruhi book-in-book.