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Issue 429 | Monday 27th February 2017

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This week we bring you the wonderful Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions! Heart Throb on DVD and Deluxe Edition Blu-ray. We also take a look at the condition known as "Chunibyo".

LOVE, CHUNIBYO AND OTHER DELUSIONS! HEART THROB

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Yuta Togashi thought he had problems dealing with one delusional girlfriend in the person of Rikka Takanashi, but now things are about to go totally insane as his former "one true soul mate" from when he was a chuni himself returns with a vengeance! So how bad is Satone Shichimiya's re-entry into Togashi's chuni-verse likely to be? Let's just say that she's so epically off the deep end of the chuni-scale that she prefers to use the name Sophia Ring SP Saturn VII and that she'll joyfully tear Togashi's real world to pieces in order to get him back in her imaginary one!

Some girls just want to have fun and some want to break down the walls between their boyfriends and themselves. But when a girl's idea of fun is breaking down the wall between their presumed boyfriend and reality, retreating into a fantasy world might just be Togashi's best option. Especially since Satone knows where ALL the skeletons from his past are buried. Toss Rikka's equally delusional friend Sanae into the mix and girl-crazy begins to take on a whole new meaning!

The Deluxe Blu-ray Edition includes:
Rigid Outer Box
2 x Blu-ray discs
4 x Art Cards
Poster

Pick up a copy today!

WHAT IS "CHUNIBYO"?


As Love, Chunibyo, and other Delusions: Heart Throb is hitting the UK, we thought we'd take a look at the condition known as "Chunibyo".

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What is "Chunibyo"?

Chunibyo is a colloquial term used in Japan, which translates as "Delusions of Grandeur", or "Middle-school 2nd Year Syndrome"; that's Year 9 for us Brits. Although, in the original Japanese, the word uses the character for "syndrome" or "disease", it does not relate to an actual medical condition. Being a "Chunibyo" is to, generally, be around the age of fourteen and to act like a know-it-all adult or pretend one has special powers, possibly with a backstory.

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