Dengeki G’s Magazine March/April 2011

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My catch-up continues. I have opened the box for the March 2011 issue of Dengeki G’s Magazine before I left for a trip to China, but I was not able to publish it in time. This, combined with the censorship of WordPress from the PRC meant I had no choice.

Hit past the break for coverage of two issues.

 

March 2011


This was the issue that was released right before the now-famous earthquake.

Cover

The cover of March 2011 again features Aiyoku no Eustia, an R-18 visual novel which was slated to be released at end of March 2011. Unfortunately, the earthquake and tsunami led to a movement of self-restraint in Japan. As a result, the publishers August delayed the release by a month.

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Specials

This month saw only one special; an original pouch featuring Kousaka Kirino from Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai.

The illustration is also the same one from the promotional images for the Ore no Imouto PSP edition. I had no use for a (PSP) pouch, so I gave it to my friend Kaionlriu.

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Purchased Item

I had also bought a paper folder (sorry, not sure what to call this in English) from Hobby Search for general use at my university. Instead of carrying a large binder around, I simply insert a few sheets of lined paper and take notes that way.

The folder features illustrations from the Toaru Majutsu no Index series.

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That’s the end of the March 2011 issue.

 

April 2011


The April 2011 issue was also quite thin in terms of specials.

Cover

For the third month in a row, Aiyoku no Eustia decorates the front cover. Normally coverage of this R-18 visual novel would have ended with the March 2011 issue; however due to the earthquake and tsunami, release was delayed by a month to April.

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Specials

April 2011 came with just a Misaka Mikoto clock.

What can I say, it’s a very simple clock. The picture of Mikoto can be changed to anything else you want as long as the size is correct. The frame is made of white plastic. The whole clock is very light – so light that you can probably knock it down with moderately strong wind.

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