We revisit the hallowed posteriffic pages of Megami Magazine for the first time in a few months to find a very solid issue indeed, including offerings from Shana II, Clannad, Aria, Kimiaru, Nanoha, Spice and Wolf, To Heart 2, Kanokon, Minami-ke, Gunslinger Girls, Kimikiss, Bamboo Blade, Yotsunoha, Rosario to Vampire, Ikkitousen Great Guardians, and more. Is it just me, or is there more nekkidness in this issue than in the past year’s lot combined? See below for a preview:


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Pictures speak louder than words, and I don’t have much to add to what you see here other than that there’s more really nice stuff in this issue than I’ve seen in a Megami for a good while. I’m especially impressed by the detail work that went into the gothic lolita Bamboo Blade illustration, the ero-ero Kanokon Minamoto Chizuru, and the appearance already of Ikkitousen Great Guardians, meaning it’s been in the works for a few months already at least. The only drawbacks to this issue are that it seems the POP-illustrated Moetan feature has ended, and one of the posters was used for advertisements instead of being an actual poster. Otherwise, top quality all around. I don’t expect next month’s Comp H’s will be able to top this, but I’d like to see them try.

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As an aside, I hope we get a lot of doujinshi based on this at summer Comiket:


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