Dengeki G’s Festival Vol.3

There was other media represented in the book, but I didn’t care about any of them except for Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu. And I guess Railgun.

I paid 60 bucks for this, and considering I got a nice dakimakura cover out of it, I think it was a good deal. Would have rather had paid 2000 yen at Mandarake or something though.

Yeesh, just when this blog was getting classy with reviews of obscure manga shorts and interviews with cool people, I throw it all away. Now Matt Alt won’t ever want to link to the interview.

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4 Responses to Dengeki G’s Festival Vol.3

  1. If it means denying who are and what you enjoy, I tend to think that being “classy” is over-rated. :p

    And yeah, I liked this issue of G’s Festival Anime a fair bit as well, though I sort of feel like the dakimakura cover is a slight bit out of character… not that I’ll complain too loudly…

  2. Dr. Who says:

    You stay classy, Wildarsms.

  3. 2DT says:

    I bought the very first Dengeki G’s Festival, the one that came with an Uesugi Kenshin pillow cover. Very happy to know they’ve kept up a high standard.

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