INSiGHT: MyM Magazine: Issue 67 (Review)

By Drew Hurley 17.10.2017

INSiGHT: MyM Magazine: Issue 67 (Review) on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

It's the most wonderful time of year… that's right, Halloween! That means, of course, the front cover is graced with a horrible monster, Frankenstein! Not quite the bolts in the neck and square head, though, as Sean Bean takes the front cover for the feature inside about his latest show Frankenstein Chronicles returning once again. MyM Magazine visited the recent filming of season two in Belfast and spoke exclusively with Mr. Bean about not only the show, but his past, present, and future.

On the live event front this month, the MyM team headed far to the North, as it's once again time for MCM Scotland Comic Con. This year's event had a huge attendance, and with good reason, thanks to some of the big guests there; some of these have exclusive interviews within these hallowed pages. These include voice actress Veronica Taylor, best known for Ash Ketchum in the English Pokémon dub, along with a Doctor Who group made up of past doctor Peter Davidson and companions Janet Fielding and Sarah Sutton.

These interviews pale in comparison to the huge feature on Marvel's latest upcoming blockbuster, Thor Ragnarok, though. Before it lands in a little over a week, MyM has exclusive interviews with director Taika Waititi, the thunder god, Chris Hemsworth, along with his co-stars, Mark Ruffalo and Tessa Thompson.

For reviews and previews, there are sadly again no game reviews this month, but there are at least some previews for some massive upcoming titles. Plenty of anime reviews this month, though, including Manga Entertainment's Beyond the Boundary movies and In this Corner of the World, MVM's Monster Musume, and All the Anime's Fairy Tail Part 18 and the first part of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, amongst many others.

All of this, along with tons more articles and features, including a look at some of the most spooktacular anime just in time for Halloween, an exclusive interview with Masaaki Yuasa of Tatami Galaxy about his new films Lu Over the Wall and The Night is Short, Walk on Girl, movie and comic reviews, and so much more. MyM Magazine, Issue 67 is available now from all good retailers.

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