Today we have Megami Magazine Volume 154 (March 2013). The front cover features Miho from the series Girls and Panzer on a camouflage background. I actually quite like the cover this time, it’s bright, cheerful, and of a high quality. There’s a good selection of posters this time, which you can see below.
Volume 153 (February 2013) of Megami Magazine features To Love-ru on the cover. To be honest, I’ve never seen To Love-Ru and I thought the gray tones in the cover made it look dull so I didn’t really like it. Although this is the February edition of Megami, it came out in January, meaning that this one comes with the annual freebie calendar. First though, lets take a look at the posters included in this volume. Note that very ecchi content is not shown directly on this page, you will need to click on the links to see them.
It has been one hectic month for me so I haven’t been able to spend any time on the blog, but now that things have slowed down, it’s time to get through this Megami Magazine backlog again. Volume 152 (January 2013) was the last Megami Magazine to come out last year so it has a bit of a Christmas theme to it. The cover has Rikka from Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai sitting on a throne with a pet lion, pretty cool if you ask me. As usual, extremely ecchi content isn’t shown directly on the page, you’ll need to click on the links to see them.
Megami Magazine volume 151 (December 2012) features a lovely cover illustration of Goddess Madoka and “Prophet” Homura against a starry background. I have a soft spot for space shots and I love Madoka so I spent quite a bit of time just staring at the cover. I was expecting a Christmas theme for this volume as they usually do that, but there were no red santa hats this time. As usual, any posters that I think exceed a certain ecchi threshold can be viewed by clicking on the links.
Feeling a little ronery tonight as you watch all the couples out there celebrate Valentine’s Day? Well maybe some bishoujo pics will cheer you up. For this week’s Megami Magazine post we have volume 148 (September 2012). This volume features characters from the summer and fall 2012 anime line-up so a few of them will still be familiar. As always, you will need to click on the text links to see posters over a certain ecchi threshold.
“Banishment… this world!” – Rikka Takanashi
On the surface Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai looked like another wacky slice-of-life anime from Kyoto Animation with no real point to make or story to tell. People who have finished the series will know that that’s not the case. The series was adapted from a novel by the same title, written by a new author named Torako. It’s a 12-episode series and was directed by Tatsuya Ishihara (AIR, Kanon, Clannad). Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai aired during the winter 2012 season.