INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 54 (Review)

By Drew Hurley 27.09.2016 2

INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 54 (Review) on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

The cover story of this month's MyM Magazine is dedicated to a British institution as Red Dwarf is set to return to UK screens once more (or already has started airing now). In honour of the occasion, MyM headed off to visit the set. In a special feature, this issue details the conversations the team got to have with not only the cast - Lister, Cat, and Kryten - but also with show-runner, and series co-creator, Doug Naylor.

There are also plenty of other interviews in the issue this month, including a certain returning voice actor. Back in 1999, when Digimon got its Western dub, Joshua Seth voiced series star Tai. Since then, Joshua voiced plenty of characters, but has now retired from voice acting, moving on to motivational speaking. When a new Digimon story was on the cards with the new game Digimon Adventure Tri, though, fan support brought Tai and the rest of the cast back. MyM talks to Tai about returning to his biggest role and his life now.

For the gamers out there, EGX may have just passed this previous weekend, but just a few weeks ago Cologne was host to this year's Gamescom event and MyM was in attendance to get hands on with the biggest upcoming releases, including Dishonored 2 and World of Final Fantasy.

There are some great articles for specific fandoms this month, too! For the comic fans out there, MyM looks at crossover stories, a regular big event in both Marvel and DC, and something that's working particularly well in the MCU at the moment (not so well for the DC movies). MyM looks at how the original comics have dealt with these massive crossovers and how they are doing today. For the readers of the fantastical, with the American Gods TV show finally almost a reality, MyM looks at the works of Neil Gaiman, easily one of the greatest writers of all time. This article gives new readers an eye into where to begin with his stories. With the reboot movie of Power Rangers arriving next year, the team also dedicates a few pages in this issue to the history of the loved franchise, covering from the first season all the way up to present day, looking at how the show uses the Sentai footage and how it has tailored it for Western audiences.

Between August and September, there have been some major gaming and anime releases to enjoy, with some crossover between the two, as well. This month's reviews include an anime-based Musou like no other in Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom, an action-packed hunting title that has also received an anime, in God Eater 2: Rage Burst, and he didn't ask for this, but Adam Jensen returns in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. While on the anime front, Anime Limited brings the abs with Free! - Eternal Summer, Manga Entertainment delivers the Naruto spin-off, Rock Lee and his Ninja Pals, and the superb Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad finally gets its UK release.

All of this, along with reviews for all the big movies, comics, manga, and anime, plus cosplay interviews and photography, can be found for your reading pleasure. There is also an interview with a Kung-Fu legend, and a J-Rock girl band, as well as so much more in this latest edition of MyM Magazine, available now from all good retailers.

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Thought the first episode of the new series was pretty good. Happy to see it return.

I've watched it twice now and it was better the second time round. I feel it's the sort of show you need to get into the right frame of mind to properly appreciate.

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