It seems that my issue of Megami Magazine for July might have been lost in the mail, but on the bright side, I have a copy of this month’s Nyantype Magazine. Its been a long time since my last Nyantype post so now’s a good chance to see if anything has changed. The July 2012 issue or volume 32 features Kuroyukihime from Accel World in her butterfly avatar form. The pin-up posters are shown below and as usual, any ecchi content is in the text links.
With the second Nanoha movie soon to hit Japanese theatres this summer, the series has once again taken over Megami Magazine. The cover features Nanoha and Fate in their A’s movie outfits. Of course, they also took up a number of pages inside the magazine, but I won’t be covering those. If you happen to be in Japan this summer, you can check out the movie starting on July 14.
Moving on, the pin-up posters in this volume were pretty good, as you can see below. Note that anything ecchi can only be viewed by clicking on the text links.
Today we’ll cover the 144th volume of Megami Magazine for May 2012. The cover is of Saki – episode of side A. I’m surprised they didn’t go with a prettier anime, but I’m sure Saki fans would enjoy this. Unlike the last volume, quality seems to have improved this time, though the ecchi level has remained high. So as usual, in order to keep this site over-the-shoulder-peeking friendly, ecchi images can only be viewed by clicking on the text links.
Today we have volume 143 (April 2012) of Megami Magazine, just before the end of the month. The cover this time around features Shinobu from Nisemonogatari eating one of those weird donuts that looks like it’s wrapped in something.
The ecchi level is high in this volume so some of you will probably want to pass on getting this one (or get your wallets out *wink*). As usual, any objectionable (ecchi) images are hidden in the links rather than shown directly on the page in order to protect those visiting from public places from embarrassment.
Hello everyone, here is Megami Magazine volume 142 (March 2012), the last post I will be making on my blog…
until I write the GMAT of course. I am falling behind on my study schedule so I will be going into hermit mode for the next few weeks, but I will return by mid-April.
This volume once again features Idolmaster on the front cover, though the series is nowhere near as prominent as Nanoha. There were surprisingly fewer pin-up posters in this volume, which you can check out below. For newcomers, links to images are ecchi and may be assumed to be NSFW.
An anime from the summer 2008 season, Strike Witches was one of the anime that I had dropped after the first episode, disregarding it as pure fanservice with no redeeming qualities. After all, the main selling point was that none of the girls wear pants. Recently (several months ago), I was persuaded into giving it a second chance. Considering how popular it was and the fact that it was the only thing keeping Gonzo afloat, I figured that it couldn’t hurt.
It looks like Nanoha has some competition when it comes to appearances on Megami Magazine covers. This is the second time that Puella Magi Madoka Magica has been featured on the cover. The first time, in volume 129, had Madoka in her puella magi outfit, volume 131 here has Homura in a black dress.
Posters follow below, ecchi images are linked.
I was in for a little surprise when I opened up the March 2011 issue of Megami Magazine, also known as volume 130. Unlike all of the other volumes that just come with a pretty anime girl (or girls) on a dull cover, this one has SPARKLES! In this volume, Megami decided to embed
some tons of bright, multi-coloured, sparkly stars in the cover. You can only see some of them in the picture because of the angle, but they fill the whole page. I think it’s rather fitting considering they featured the girls from Idolmaster on the cover this time.
Enough about the cover though, lets see what kind of posters they have this time around (ecchi images linked):
I don’t usually do this, but this season I’ve decided to drop two series from my watch list halfway through. At the start of the season I was following 10 series (9 if you discount series with 2 minute episodes): Dragon Crisis, Gosick, Haiyoru Nyaruani, Kimi ni Todoke 2, Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka, Level E, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Star Driver, To Aru Majutsu no Index II, Yumekui Merry. My usual rate of anime consumption is somewhere between 4 and 7 series at a time so this season’s plate of anime was a lot for me. I managed to keep up with all of them at first, but over the past couple of months I’ve decided to drop Dragon Crisis and Level E from my watch list.
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.