INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 47 (Review)

By Drew Hurley 26.02.2016

INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 47 (Review) on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Issue 47 is here at last and there is a ton of big releases covered in the reviews section of this month's MyM Magazine, across all types of media. Find out how the latest games measure up, including the phenomenal The Witness, the finale of the Naruto story in Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, TT Games delivers the follow-up to its best LEGO game, with LEGO Marvel's Avengers, and plenty more.

MVM and Manga UK have some long awaited UK releases this month, too, such as fan favourite Frieza being resurrected in the latest Dragon Ball Z movie, Oreimo Season 2 at last hits UK shores, cat-centric rom-com Nyan Koi! arrives in a complete collection form, and, finally, Evangelion 3.33 has arrived. This is just the tip of the iceberg, with stacks more reviews for anime, manga, games, and movies.

There's plenty more to MyM than the reviews, though! There are again great insider interviews and backstage access articles, and particular high points this month include a piece looking at the new horror flick, The Forest, based on the notorious suicide and haunted hotspot of Aokigahara forest in Japan. This spooky release sees Natalie Dormer's character head to Tokyo to try and find her twin sister who is thought to be lost in the forest. There are exclusives interviews with Director Jason Zada and both stars, Taylor Kinney and Natalie Dormer. The exclusives don't end there, however, with the writers of the hottest new superhero movie, Deadpool - Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick - answering some questions.

Also featured is a look at all of the best upcoming toys from the London Toy Fair, there's a feature on taking part in the UK's crazy experience of the Zombie Bootcamp, and the films of Kinji Fukasaku take centre stage, too. Fukasaku-sensei is most known in the West for his acclaimed masterpiece, Battle Royale but some of his other works are must-sees, as well, especially the spectacular Battles Without Honor and Humanity.

For the Japanophiles, the reporter in The Land of the Rising Sun gives a fashionista's look at an Asakusa, and with a new season of anime now well underway, MyM brings some guidance on what's worth watching this time. It's a particularly packed season, filled with a diverse range of series and there's plenty of quality all around, so it's definitely checking this out to make sure nothing special passes you by.

Issue 47 of MyM Magazine is available to buy now from all good retailers.

Comment on this article

You can comment as a guest or join the Cubed3 community below: Sign Up for Free Account Login

Preview PostPreview Post Your Name:
Validate your comment
  Enter the letters in the image to validate your comment.
Submit Post

Comments

There are no replies to this article yet. Why not be the first?

Subscribe to this topic Subscribe to this topic

If you are a registered member and logged in, you can also subscribe to topics by email.
K-Pop Korner - The Best of Korean Music
Sign up today for blogs, games collections, reader reviews and much more
Site Feed
Who's Online?
ringlord71

There are 1 members online at the moment.