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Neo #105

Saturday 8th December 2012


In stores now with a Gintama cover

NEO MagazineThe latest issue of NEO magazine is in stores and available for download now, featuringsix whole pages on the sci-fi samurai caper Gintama, as well as an exclusive poster. Coverage from Scotland Loves Anime includes interviews with the staff of Berserk and K-on, while reviews this issue include Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike, Freezing, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc 1, Hetalia: World Series 4 and more.

Then for Asian movie fans NEO interviews South Korean director Choi Dong-hoon and actor Kim Yoon-suk about new heist flick The Thieves. Then there’s also news on Chinese martial arts epic-in-the-making The Sword of Identity, and reviews of The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, Encounters of the Spooky Kind, Floating Weeds and quirky romance Air Doll.

Plus this month’s Manga School shares the secrets of capturing rain in your artwork, NEO’s man in Japan Daniel Robson ponders the impact of the Wii U on social gaming, plus music news from Miyavi, Arashi and BIGBANG! And NEO celebrates 15 years of Hello! Project by examining its biggest act; Morning Musume!

Available now from all good newsagents, and quite a few bad ones.

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Death Note Complete Series And Ova Collectors Edition

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On Blu-ray for the first time! Collected across 6 discs containing all 37 episodes of the hit anime series plus the bonus Death Note: Relight OVAs.

Light Yagami is a genius high school student who is about to learn about life through a book of death. When a bored shinigami, God of Death, named Ryuk drops a black notepad called a Death Note, Light receives power over life and death with the stroke of a pen. Determined to use this dark gift for the best, Light sets out to rid the world of evil... namely the people he believes to be evil.
Should anyone hold such power?
The consequences of Light’s actions will set the world ablaze.

Contains episodes 1-37 plus Death Note Relight OVAs on a bonus Blu-ray disc
Also features exclusive collectors edition rigid box packaging
Languages: English, Japanese and English Subtitles

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