The infamous parody artist Keiichi Tanaka is back again. This time he's applying his irreverent retro mimicry to the personifications of the Sega hardware girls. Leading into the Hi☆sCoool! SeHa Girl anime's debut, the October issue of Dengeki Maoh is launching a tie-in, and for this, Tanaka has imagained if they were drawn by manga pioneer Osamu Tezuka. More after the jump.
In time for fall's Hi☆sCoool! Sega Hard Girls anime, the bishoujo versions of their gaming consoles designed by Kei, the artist known for designing the look of Hatsune Miku, have joined forces with Hardcore Chocolate, makers of t-shirts inspired by punk, movies and pro-wrestling. After making Space Harrier and Shinobi shirts, Hardcore Chocolate's latest Sega top has Ms Dreamcast, Ms Sega Saturn and Ms Mega Drive declaring "Sega's not dead."