Megami and Animaga scoops, official FMA: TSR and Shuffle! pages online, Goodsmile and Max Factory LIMITER RELEASE, etc.
Yesterday saw the release of Dengeki Animaga vol. 18 and Megami vol. 63.
Poster-wise both are solid releases, but nothing spectacular; I can post a content summary later if there’s any interest. Some random scans follow (To Heart 2 anime designs, Jigoku Shoujo, Ichigo Mamiko):
- The official site for Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid is online with descriptions and screencaps from the first two episodes, as well as a synopsis of the show. May try to whip out a translation if I get the time later today.
- The official Shuffle! site is online as well, similarly appointed. I’m not a fan of the outrageous anime-style elf ears, but despite them Nerine is looking pretty hot. :3
- Hobby Channel has a rundown of upcoming show confirmations for those who may have missed them earlier: Shakugan no Shana, To Heart 2, Ergo Proxy, Fate/stay night, Black Lagoon, etc.
- Also from the “living under a rock for the past few weeks” division comes this article on the Full Metal Alchemist movie. [official site] [trailer]
- [NOT ANIME] 4Gamer.net has a review of Ys: Felghana no Chikai online with lots of pretty screen shots.
- Moon Phase diary reports that Milfeulle has a younger sister (GA fans rejoice, all others take cover).
- For today’s sample CG roundup we have G.J?’s Shichinin no Online Gamers (scroll down), Casino’s Hermit Complex, H.W.Lab’s Ohzora Enikki, and Delta’s Megari.
- If that weren’t enough, several new calendar wallpapers are making the rounds for July: Yotsunoha, Ankh-soft, Talisman, Xuse via GameMagazine, and Gokujo Seitokai.
- The Kotobukiya store in Akihabara is listing these Rin and Saber PVCs from Clayz as having a July 12th street date. Brace for wallet impact.
- Goodsmile and Max Factory LIMITER RELEASE: October will see the unleashing of PVC Niigi from Shikigami no Shiro II (high res  ), Suigetsu’s Yuki (high res), Magical Canan’s Chihaya, anime version (high res), Sakura Taisen V’s Jeminy (high res), and last (best?), School Rumble’s Yakumo (high res).