NEO 107 Reveals the Best of 2012 As Voted For By You Plus Blue Exorcist and Fist of the North Star Double Cover

Jan 24th 2013


The votes are in! Find out the hottest names in anime, manga and 11 other categories in Asian entertainment as voted for by YOU, the British public. Oh yes, the winners of the NEO Awards 2012, sponsored by MCM Comic Con, are here and announced in NEO 107!

Once you've found what was hot in 2012, take a peek at what's rocking Japan right now as the NEO team take on Girls und Panzer, as well as the latest anime from Madoka Magica mastermind Gen Urobuchi, Psycho-Pass.

Get in on the action with a bumper feature and in-depth review of hit series Tiger & Bunny, and then knuckle-up for a mighty chunk of Fist of the North Star coverage for this issue's two leading articles.

Welcome in the year of the snake with this issue's Manga School, exploring the best ways to draw the scaly zodiac star, just in time for Chinese New Year! Learn how to cook, Japanese style! And get fashion and cosplay tips with NEO's monthly tutorials and guides.

As always, a huge slice of pop-culture from the east goes under the scrutiny of NEO's review team, including Journey to Agartha, Onibaba, My Ex II: Haunted Lover, Ni no Kuni, Antique Bakery, Reign of Assassins, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge, and Eden of the East Collection.

All that, plus Japanese electro-punk rockers FACT interviewed, actress and idol Saaya Irie profiled, and much more for just £4.25 from your local magazine stockist, or £2.99 direct to your mobile, PC or tablet device!

Alternatively, get it direct from NEO HQ!

Get the magazine sent direct to your doorstep, anywhere in the world: http://www.neomag.co.uk/magazine/issue/107.

Or digitally here: http://www.neomag.co.uk/digitalmag/issue/107 (requires registration)



About NEO Magazine:
NEO magazine is the UK's only Asian pop culture magazine, covering anime, manga, Asian movies, music, cosplay and more.

Released every four weeks, the magazine is on sale from all good newsagents, WHSmiths and branches of Tesco.

Visit www.neomag.co.uk for more information, or check out its Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/neomagazineuk

MCM Comic Con is one of the UK's largest pop culture show organisers, with events throughout the year in London, Manchester, Birmingham, the Midlands and soon Glasgow. The last London MCM Comic Con drew crowds upwards of 70,000.

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