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Having been published since 1954, Nakayoshi has earned its place as one of the classics among monthly shojo manga magazines. Its serializations have included Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch, Tokyo Mew Mew, and Kamichama Karin. Its issues also frequently include presents like games and stickers. If you’re a fan of shojo manga, then you can’t go wrong with a new issue of Nakayoshi! The August 2016 issue has all the shojo manga you've been craving plus new serials to discover like Yuzu no Doubutsu Karute and Shogakusei no Himitsu Kyoushitsu plus tons more! And you also get a bonus set of Cardcaptor Sakura spray pens so don't miss out!
The trump card of Square Enix’s Gangan series of manga magazines launched in 2009, the focus of Gangan Joker is on shonen manga. It's been home to amazingly popular serializations including Akame ga Kill!, One Week Friends, and Umineko no Naku Koro ni. Keep up to date on all your favorite Gangan serials with the August 2016 issue. Featured on the cover and inside the issue's color pages is Akame ga Kill!, and you'll also find color chapters of J Wota Danshi Asahina-kun, Sword Oratoria, Urami Koi Koi Urami Koi, and tons more.
Celebrate the work of this massively influential composer in this fantastic book
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Progress easily through Girls und Panzer with the tips in this art book!
Prepare your deck for anything with Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) Official Guide Book!
A continuation of dark and thought-provoking themes that you’ve come to love!
A more intimate look into the idols' lives and personalities in manga form!
Learn the story of how Kyoko, Honoka, and Rena formed Le☆S☆Ca in a color manga!
Dengeki Nintendo has been the primary source for all things Nintendo since the release of the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991. As its name suggests, this monthly magazine from ASCII Media Works always brings the latest in Nintendo news, from developer interviews and sneak peeks at upcoming games, to strategy guides to help you bring your gaming to the next level! You can be sure to get the most important gaming news before anyone else does with the latest issue of Dengeki Nintendo! The latest news on the hottest titles awaits in the September 2016 issue including a huge feature on Puzzle & Dragons Cross, a look at 25 years of Sonic the Hedgehog, and breaking info on Monster Strike, The Legend of Zelda, and more. To top it off, this month's issue also includes a download code for exclusive Puzzle & Dragons Cross content!
Nintendo Dream, also known as NinDori to its fans, is a monthly Japanese video game magazine published by Tokuma Shoten. Nintendo has an unbelievable lineup of popular games from series including Animal Crossing, Dragon Quest, Monster Hunter, Fire Hunter, and Splatoon, and Nintendo Dream is the go-to magazine for Nintendo fans. It’s filled with information about upcoming games, reviews, and interviews, and often even includes bonuses for its readers including posters and trading cards! Nintendo fanboys and fangirls, it's that time of the month again! The September 2016 issue is packed out with a special feature on Puzzle & Dragons Cross, an E3 demo report of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, interviews with the teams behind Dragon Quest X Online, Monster Hunter X, and Ace Attorney 6, and the latest news on the hottest upcoming games including Pokemon Sun/Moon! If that weren't enough, you also get several awesome bonuses: a Legend of Zelda B2 poster and Puzzle & Dragons Cross download code and booklet!
Launched in 2011 as the successor to Weekly Comic Bunch, Monthly Comic @Bunch is a monthly seinen manga publication from publisher Shinchosha. Its target is young adults, publishing a wide variety of unique serializations from the exciting action series Gangsta to the sweeter slice-of-life Itsuka Tiffany de Choushoku o. The September 2016 issue is here to make you hungry with culinary themed series galore including a special feature on Papa to Oyaji no Uchi Gohan, news on the upcoming anime for Udon no Kuni no Kin-iro Kemari, a look at the upcoming TV drama for Gurame: Daisaishou no Ryourinin through a special long story, and tons more.
La Farfa is a relatively new Japanese magazine which is dedicated to showcasing plus-size fashion trends! The magazine is filled with fashion tips for larger ladies including styling advice, information on which stores cater well for the more curvaceous, and most importantly proves that you don’t have to be skinny to be stylish.
Dive into the world of Nil Admirari with this jam-packed official fan book!
All the awesomeness of Godzilla: Resurgence condensed into one book!
Learn all about Godzilla with this comprehensive encyclopedia!
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Dragon Magazine is a bi-monthly publication produced by Kadokawa which focuses on manga and light novels. Aimed at young men, the magazine features one or two manga serials at a time plus the latest chapters of the most popular currently serialised light novels. Each issue of the magazine is also accompanied by a selection of bonus goods too! On the cover of the September 2016 issue is Gamers and inside you'll find all the latest on the upcoming anime for Qualidea Code, Roku de Nashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records, and Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend, plus the latest chapters of Date A Live, Granblue Fantasy, Only Sense Online and tons more. Plus, don't miss this month's two awesome bonuses: a huge 128-page, B5-size High School DxD complete book and a 144-page Student Council's Discretion book!
Having been published since 1954, Nakayoshi has earned its place as one of the classics among monthly shojo manga magazines. Its serializations have included Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch, Tokyo Mew Mew, and Kamichama Karin. Its issues also frequently include presents like games and stickers. If you’re a fan of shojo manga, then you can’t go wrong with a new issue of Nakayoshi! The August 2016 issue of Nakyoshi includes a feature on Doukyuusei ni Koi wo Shita and the latest chapters of all your favorite manga you've been dying to read, plus two awesome bonuses: a set of hair accessories and a cute Cardcaptor Sakura note pad!
SS (pronounced “small S”) is a quarterly magazine released for fans of illustrations, packed will illustrations by fans! Whether you’re an artist yourself or simply like appreciating art by talented newcomers and experienced veterans alike, it’s the perfect magazine for finding inspiration or sitting down and relaxing to! Inside you’ll also find processes for making illustrations, as well as interviews.
For over 40 years, Hana to Yume, (known as HanaYume to its readers) has been providing a range of enchanting shojo manga series. Some of the currently serialized series include Kamisama Kiss, The World is Still Beautiful, Oresama Teacher, Descendants of Darkness, Skip Beat!, and Akatsuki no Yona: Yona of the Dawn. Published twice a month, issues often include special bonus items such as posters, drama CDs, calendars and more! Enter the romantic world of HanaYume and fall in love with a new shojo manga series! On the cover of the first week of August 2016 issue is Takane & Hana and inside you'll find all the favorites you've come to love plus a special Takane & Hana earphone jack as a bonus.
Monthly Bushiroad is a monthly Japanese publication from Bushiroad Inc., known for producing different trading card games including Cardfight!! Vanguard and Monster Collection, as well as for their Tantei Opera Milky Holmes franchise. Monthly Bushiroad includes the latest news about Bushiroad’s different card games, as well as manga serializations related to their games and franchises. The cover of the August 2016 issue features exclusive artwork drawn by Quily, and inside you'll find features on Cardfight! Vanguard G, BanG Dream!, and Luck & Logic, a large introduction to Thunderbolt Fantasy, plus the latest chapters of your favorite manga including Vanguard G: Stride Generation, Touken Ranbu -Online- Anthology Comic, and others. And don't miss out on the included bonuses this month: a deluxe B2-size double-sided poster featuring BanG Dream! and Thunderbolt Fantasy and two Vanguard promotional cards!
Since its launch in 1963, Margaret has grown to be one of the most popular shoujo manga magazines in print. It’s released twice a month by publisher Shueisha and emphasizes themes of romance and friendship, bringing together heartwarming serializations filled with funny and lovable characters. Such serializations have included unforgettable titans like Itazura na Kiss and Hana Yori Dango. Akuma ni Chic x Hack is featured on the cover of the first week of August 2016 issue as well as inside the issue's color pages along with Boku ni Hana no Melancholy and Futsuu no Koiko-chan. Plus don't miss new serial Ore ga Tsukiatteyaru yo, and the latest on all your favorites like Mei-chan no Shitsuji DX, Challenge Up!, Kanakoi Doubutsuen, and more. And if that weren't enough you also get a bonus postcard featuring hunky 2D guys!
Published by Shodensha, Feel Young is a monthly josei manga magazine, making its demographic primarily young women. Each of its serializations is beautifully illustrated and covers more mature themes like adult relationships and experiences in the workplace. They’re sure to touch your heart and inspire you. The August 2016 issue features cover artwork by Ryo Ikuemi and inside the magazine's color pages you'll also find a feature on his series Anata no Koto wa Sorehodo along with color chapters of Kashima Shimeshi and Jigoku no Girlfriend. Plus don't miss new chapters of Yumi no Tamashii, Paripari Densetsu, Karappo Dance, Watashi wa Anata no Inu ni Naru, Boy Meets "Crazy" Girl, and much more.
Uta Natsume’s first illustration collection has arrived!
Harajuku is the holy grail for unique Japanese fashion, and the monthly fashion magazine Kera features some of the most famous styles associated with it including lolita, punk, and gothic. It’s packed with gorgeous pictures of street fashion and is dedicated to finding the latest trends. Since its release in 1998, Kera has become one of the go-to fashion magazines for fans of those styles! Take your street fashion to the next level with all the helpful tips, tricks, and articles in the September 2016 issue of Kera!
Larme is a monthly Japanese fashion publication dedicated to Japan’s special take on “cute.” With beautiful frills and lace galore, you’ll be acquainted with all of the latest trends in young girls’ Japanese fashion. Unlike most fashion magazines, though, the emphasis is put on the beautifully coordinated outfits and photography instead of specific products. You’ll be inspired by each breathtaking issue. There's plenty of fashion inspiration to be found yet again in the September 2016 issue so don't miss out!
Jelly is the popular spin-off magazine from Ranzuki which is published monthly in Japan and brings you all the latest goings on in the world of gyaru fashion. With a slightly older demographic than Ranzuki, Jelly is the magazine for young women who follow gyaru fashion and are looking for a sweet, big sister look. Get all the tips and tricks on pulling off trendy South Korean fashion looks in the September 2016 issue! Plus this issue comes with two bonus EMODA eyeshadows, a cheek and lip cream, and two lip glosses.
Mer is a monthly Japanese fashion magazine from Gakken Marketing featuring models chosen from its readers that focuses on looks that are affordable and easy to recreate! You’ll find all sorts of new ways to coordinate and wear your favorite old pieces, and in addition to new fashion trends, Mer also includes lifestyle articles as well as other beauty tips, making each issue a must-have for its fans! Learn how to pull off that sensible, elegant look you've been going for with all the tips, tricks, and articles in theSeptember 2016 issue of Mer!
Enjoy the Hakuoki franchise’s style and story in this breathtaking art book!
Published by Hobunsha, Manga Time Kirara Max is a monthly manga magazine and sister magazine to the other Manga Time publications specializing in yon-koma, or four-panel comics! Some of its most popular publications have included Is the Order a Rabbit? and Magic of Stella! Get caught up on all your favorite adorable four-panel comics in the September 2016* issue of Manga Time Kirara Max*! It's packed with so much cute you won't want to miss a single page!
Monthly G Fantasy is a Japanese shonen manga magazine published by Square Enix. Packed with different fantasy and horror series, some of its famous serializations have included Durarara!!, Pandora Hearts, and Zombie-Loan. Its primary demographic is young male readers, but Monthly G Fantasy is filled with great stories and artwork that appeal to any fan of manga! The August 2016 issue is packed out with content including Hori-san to Miyamura-kun on the cover and two awesome bonuses: a Black Butler* clear fan an two removable book covers!