The most recent edition of bishoujo anime magazine Comp H’s came in yesterday, complete with its usual passel of pinup posters (alliteration not included) and the obligatory dose of Kadokawa mandated Kyoani tie-ups (mostly Lucky Star). Read on for a preview of the poster selection as well as the other goodies bundled with this issue of the delicious ‘zine!


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Magazine Content Summary

  • 15 posters (14 A4x2 size, 1 A4x4 size)
  • typical articles on new, upcoming, and currently running bishoujo anime
  • typical photo shoot of Lucky Star seiyuu including typically crossdressing Shiraishi Minoru
  • Pedobear


(it really is pedobear)

(yes, I know that is not Pedobear)

This issue was a bit of a disappointment for me given its critical lack of both Dragonaut and Genshiken posters, but fans of Kyoani (Lucky Star in particular) are bound to be pleased by the copious service once again offered in this volume. As much as it pains the kyonyuu fan in me to say it my favorite poster in this issue is probably the Kodomo no Jikan offering, due to the solid composition, coloring and line work, and ecchi content. Bamboo Blade’s Tama-chan comes in a close second, though. The inclusion of the Lucky Channel Wanfesu live is very much appreciated for those of us who were busy shooting garage kits and couldn’t make it over to see it happen in real time (*sob*), though I’m not sure it’s much of a draw for most international fans.

This month’s Megami release is just around the corner, so here’s hoping for a wider selection there!

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