It looks like I’m behind on magazine posts again, so it’s time to catch up. Volume 14 of Nyantype Magazine is very Nanoha-centric as you can probably guess from the cover page. This is mainly because this volume came out around the time the Nanoha movie came out on BD/DVD. As with my previous magazine post, very ecchi images will be linked. By clicking on them, I hold no responsibility if your boss/coworker/friend/lover/parent peeks over your shoulder.
Since Nanoha is the main theme of this volume, it’s only natural that they’d start off with a Nanoha poster. I love the details and colouring in this one, but I wonder why Suzuka is wearing a school swimsuit when Nanoha and Alisa are wearing regular swimsuits.
I’m not a fan of Japanese school gym clothes, but if you are, then you might like this Index II poster.
I think this is from the Nanoha Force series. I hope she doesn’t actually look like that, or else she has some really weird legs, each one is almost the size of her belly.
This is just pure ecchi for To Love-ru fans.
And more for Yosuga no Sora fans. I’m actually in the middle of Nao’s arc right now, Sora seems really pissed.
I’m surprised this one iss a little more tame, just a few panty shots. I wonder if someone would actually dare to flip up a kotatsu cover when three girls wearing skirts are sitting around it.
I don’t think I’ll ever get around to watching Strike Witches at thsi point, but do they always steal each other’s panties?
For those of you who didn’t watch MM!, Noa is actually older than she looks.
I was impressed that they actually drew in some buildings along the coast. Usually these kinds of posters have a beach and sky or water and not much else.
My chinese is a bit rusty, does that say “ai” on her head? Also, is that a sword on the red hair girl’s head?
I loved this poster, Kirino cosplaying as her favourite character, Meruru. It has a great dynamic pose and the background makes if feel really magical girly.
I actually like the angels better, but this poster of Scanty and Kneesocks really captures the main parts of their transformation scene.
The girls from Milky Holmes wishing you a belated Merry Christmas. I actually found this poster to be quite cute despite not liking Milky Holmes at all.
Erika was my favourite character in Fortune Arterial so I’m happy to have more posters of her, but I wish they had gone with something less standard and more creative.
It looks like they’ve gone back to plain poses for Amagami SS posters.
This was a cute poster, almost reminds me of Bungaku Shoujo when Touko was sitting under the tree.
I find these kinds of posters interesting, where you have some objects out of focus in order to show that they’re moving, or in this case falling. Yuki’s face looks a bit too moe-blobish to me though.
This poster made me laugh, Wako cosplaying as Tauburn! There’s even glittery things all around her.
This volume’s mecha musume is none other than the squid girl. It’s kinda weird turning an anthropomorph into a mecha girl, but at least she looks cool. I’m sure her many tentacles each control a tentacle on the suit.
On the back of the magazine is a reminder of the Yosuga no Sora release dates. If I like the ending, I’m thinking of picking up the DVDs.
As with most volumes, this one came with a B2 sized poster. It’s a bit unconventional since it has Nanoha on both sides, but it’s great for Nanoha fans. I prefer the second side since it has her from all of the different series.
This little box also came with the magazine.
Inside was a double-sided pillow case. The two sides make one continous image, which is a bit weird because you basically pick either to sleep on boobs or panties…
This volume of Nyantype was certainly of a higher quality than some of the previous volumes. Except for that one poster with the weird legs, I did not notice any other deformed body parts. The posters were also more detailed than usual, and more dynamic. My favourites were the one of Kirino from Oreimo and the one of Wako from Star Driver.