While volume 10 had Fate on the cover of the magazine, volume 11 which came out at the end of August has Nanoha on the cover. You’d think that Nanoha would be first, but I guess they switched it around since Fate seems to be more popular. Like Fate, Nanoha doesn’t seem to have that innocent look anymore, though she doesn’t look quite as angry.
As with the previous volume, this one also has a sort of infographic for Nanoha. Her weapons look so much cooler now than they did in the past.
The good thing about Nyantype having 3-page foldouts is that you can get full-body shots like this one of Fate. She looks really cool in this poster with her barrier jacket on.
This volume is really Nanoha oreinted, I hope Nyantype doesn’t go overboard with the Nanoha stuff like Megami though.
I think this is the first Asobi ni Iku yo poster I’ve seen without an emphasis on Eris’s oppai. The heart-shape tails are cute.
I love Mio’s sense of fashion, it’s like she looks good no matter what she’s wearing.
Does anyone else see that sketch in the notepad? I wish I could draw like that.
Here’s a couple more swimsuit posters before the summer ends. The light reflections in the water in the Shukufuku no Campanella poster make it look really nice.
I was happy to see that they put in a good Seitokai no Yakuindomo poster to make up for that horrible one they put in the previous one. This one looks high-quality enough to use as a promo poster; I especially love the blowing leaves, it reminds me of the wind posters in volume 7 of Nyantype.
This poster of Maya from Occult Academy looks ominous to say the least. It really fits in with the feel of the anime.
This is the first not-too-ecchi Sora no Otoshimono poster I’ve seen in a long time. I like all the shadows from the setting sun.
This thing was included with the magazine, but I’m not sure what it is. At first I thought it might be a coaster, but there’s a place where you can punch a hole in it.
There was also this, what I think is a book cover, inserted in the magazine.
On the back side are instructions on how to fold it.
The mecha musume this time around is Saeko from Highschool of The Dead. So far she’s been the only really useful female fighter in that show.
For hidden images, read this post (numbers 05, 08, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17).
Image 10 is really provocative, but I’m sure Saeko fans will enjoy it a lot.
There was a big focus on Nanoha this time around, but there were some other good posters like the K-ON one and the Seitokai no Yakuindomo one. If anyone knows that that round thing that came with the magazine is, let me know :)