Another month, another issue of Megami. We’re to the part of the year that can’t quite decide whether it’s summer or fall, and the posters this time seem equally confused (why don’t they just have Konata baking sweet potatoes by the fire in her school swimsuit?), but what may be lacking in poster content is made up for by a nice Itou Noiji pencilboard and a POP-illustrated Moetan “picture story”. Read on for the nitty gritty:


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My favorite poster of this month’s batch is probably the Zero no Tsukaima offering, despite the rather suspicious (drugged?) look on Louise’s face. I don’t know why Kirche isn’t in the picture… >:O Not much else here that I’d hypothetically put on my wall, but that’s due less to the quality of the art and more to lack of interest in the shows; I’m hoping things will pick up in the next couple of months with Genshiken 2, Dragonaut, Kimikiss, and the new You’re Under Arrest starting in October.

For those interested in picking up the magazine, Megami is available at J-List in both individual issues and on a subscription basis, as well as at Amazon.co.jp.