So before the month of September closes. I wanted to get in a shout-out to the fact that one of my favorite online mags catering to anime and manga related news as well as video games to which email subscribe to on their main website, has recently returned for a September 2014 issue. It had been quite a while since they released an issue. It has its roots in South Africa’s anime-manga gaming world but since it is still anime-manga it really translates well as good reading material for an anime fan in general wherever you are since news on current or popular anime and manga is still covered. This time around its a Halloween Alucard from the Hellsing anime series franchise cover theme!
As you know for Fall 2014: I will only be following a select few anime. Five to be exact. Psycho-Pass 2, Chaika The Coffin Princess: Avenging Battle, Wolf Girl & Black Prince, Akatsuki no Yona, Bonjour! Sweet Love Patisserie, and Parasyte. Just see The Huge Anime Fan Fall 2014 Anime Preview.
Before then you can get caught up to some of the news by those on the All Otaku staff on the latest issue-September 2014-issue of All Otaku Magazine.
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All Otaku Magazine is dedicated to publishing all the hottest otaku and geek related stories from around the world in one heroic bi-monthly magazine. While many of the big magazines out there publish straight from press release pages on over used sites, those at All Otaku prefer to have a more organic approach to their articles. They spend hours scouring the cyber jungle looking for articles that would entice any Otaku. From anime, manga and general Japanese culture to gaming, comics and tech; and when they are feeling really daring they even throw in a movie review or two just to keep the pot stirring.
When they are not writing or attending South African Otaku events they are updating their Facebook and Twitter feeds to keep everyone informed.