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.
Its been a while since I’ve ordered something more than a magazine. All my earnings have been going towards a laptop and a dSLR that I’m now taking these photos with.
So when I received the Dengeki G’s Festival! COMIC Vol. 17 earlier today I put my new camera to good use. In addition, I remembered that there’s something pretty nice inside.
Here it is. A Rewrite-themed issue, complete with a Kanbe Kotori dakimakura!
Hit past the break to see the dakimakura and closeups!
My coverage of the past issues continue.
Although it says “February 2011” the issue in reality arrives at Japanese stores and homes just after the New Year’s.
The cover of February 2011 might be unfamiliar for many; it’s adorned by a non-mainstream product for once.
The particular product in question is Aiyoku no Eustia, an R-18 visual novel produced by August. It came out just last month (April 2011) after delays due to the earthquake and tsunami.
And the package.
Hit past the break to see the specials for that month.
Still playing catch-up, the January 2011 issue of Dengeki G’s Magazine was full of Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai related pages, which is pretty rare for a magazine geared towards visual novels and Key.
The cover keeps with the Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai theme.
Hit past the break for the pictures of a nendoroid petit Kirino!
Yes, I realize it is May 2011 but due to the staggering amount of work I had to do in the last two semesters, I have had 5 issues of G’s Magazine pile up on me without warning. Here’s my attempt to cover what’s relevant, 5 months after the fact.
December 2010’s cover predominantly featured Kanbe Kotori, one of the main female protagonist from Key’s latest work, Rewrite.
More photos of the specials past the break.