ComiPress have published an interesting and detailed summary of all the “English Anime Magazines and Journals” released during 2006-2007. The article, which even includes the UK’s very own NEO Magazine, is sprinkled with cover-art pictures of 14 magazines and proves that, if nothing else, the otaku virus has spread the world over.
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