Kadokawa's anime magazine Monthly Newtype started its publication back in March 1985 and releases its memorial 400th issue in Japan today on June 9. In commemoration of the release, the publisher's official anime YouTube channel has posted a 90-second special clip to introduces the covers of all 400 issues, from the first April 1985 to the latest July 2018. Look back the magazine's 33-year history after the jump!
The official website for Genco's quarterly magazine Anime Busience announced on April 16 that the magazine ended its regular publication as of its latest 14th issue. In addition to its contents focusing on anime business, it has been also known for its cover illustrations drawn by famous artists/animators. See the cover art collection after the jump.
The illustration of Magic Knight Rayearth on the cover of upcoming 11th issue of Genco's quarterly anime business magazine Anime Busience is newly drawn by female illustrator Aoi Nishimata, best known for her works on the SHUFFLE! adult PC game series. Check the cover art collection from the magazine after the jump!
The cover of the latest 10th issue of Genco's quarterly anime business magazine Anime Busience features an illustration of Motoko Kusanagi and Batou from Ghost in the Shell, newly drawn by Yuusuke Kozaki, who is curretly working as the character designer for BBK/BRNK. Check the past cover illustrations after the jump.
The latest 9th issue of Genco's quarterly anime business magazine Anime Busience features an illustration of Ken the Eagle from the original Gatchaman anime series in the mid-1970s on its cover. It is newly drawn by Akemi Takada, best known as the character designer for Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel. Check the image after the jump.
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