Volume 15 of Nyantype came out a while ago, but I haven’t had time to get around to it until now. The cover features the adorable Nymph from Sora no Otoshimono. The posters this time around cover characters from series from both last season and the current season. As always, ecchi images are linked and not directly displayed.
This poster reminds me of the sushi on a geisha stereotype that I always hear about, but instead of sushi it’s a lobster.
Nanoha looks rather mature in this poster even though she’s in her loli form. The pose is excellent, and I love how her hair is blowing gently in the wind.
There seem to be quite a few Subaru posters in Nyantype recently. I’m a bit upset because she’s actually my least favourite character in the Nanoha world.
I think I prefer Haruhi with a ponytail, she looks so much more athletic like that.
Does anyone else find her hands strangly small compared to her body?
I’ve recently started watching Strike Witches (the first season) and I’m actually enjoying it right now. Sanya is one of my favourite characters so far, so I’m happy to have this poster.
The colour of Haruna’s clothing in this picture and the background really don’t match the anime. There should be more pink and blue, and less orange and green.
Which way is Erika’s knee facing? I thought this poster looked nice at first, but upon closer inspection, there seems to be some flaws.
This was a rather bright and fun poster with some of the characters from Type Moon series.
I think Nyantype had a really good concept here with Sora standing in the water under the stars, but there’s simply way too much black in the background. If there were more stars or something visible behind Sora, I think it’d be perfect.
This is probably one of the very few non-sitting Amagami SS posters out there. It’s rather cute with her holding the bun in her mouth and doing the cat pose.
I was impressed with how well-drawn Mio and Yuno fit in with the blowing leaves, but once again the hands seem too small for their body size.
I think we all know what the focal point of this poster is.
Rather cute, but ecchi at the same time.
Another cute poster, but also really pretty.
I love Elsea’s kimono in this poster, it’s absolutely beautiful, and the pose combined with the background looks like she’s trying to invite people to Japan.
I don’t know if anyone else feels the same way, but I thought this poster felt really 60’s with the funky colours and a rebellious-looking Panty and Stocking.
I guess this is what will happen when Ika Musume’s invasion turns out to be a success.
The mecha girl this time around is Ikaros. The angel wings combined with the mech parts looks really cool in my opinion.
This time you also get a free Chaos card which is kept in a paper envelope.
On the back of the magazine is an ad for Dragon Crisis, which I must say has been a big disappointment for me.
Also included with this volume was a little cardboard box containing a bunny-girl calendar for 2011. I had an extremely hard time unrolling it, but here is the result:
My favourite page is the last one with Tsumugi from K-ON! She looks so cute with a bunny outfit on.
Out of all of the posters, my favourite is definitely the one with Elsea, followed by the Type Moon poster. The others were pretty good, with a few needing some improvements.
I’d like to announce now that this is my last Nyantype Magazine post (at least temporarily). The reasons are because: I don’t feel there is a need to collect two bishoujo magazines and I have a slight preference for Megami, my bookshelf is filling up with monthly subscriptions which I will eventually need to get rid of, and I needed to redirect money from something to buy some art books that I wanted. Megami updates will still be around, as well as new artbooks if you guys are interested in taking a peek at them.