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NEO #102

Thursday 13th September 2012


In stores now with a Princess Resurrection cover


NEO MagazineThe latest issue of NEO magazine is in stores and available for download now, featuring articles on Princess Resurrection, Princess Jellyfish, and the world of dating sims that led to the weepy Clannad.

You'll also findthe forthcoming Berserk, and a run-down of the best in the chanbara genre. There’s also fashion and manga tutorials, a selection of the very best of UK cosplay, music news which includes Golden Bombers’ UK album and the latest K-pop dance craze taking the world by storm; Gangnam Style! Available now from all good newsagents, and quite a few bad ones.

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