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As with the “Cool” collection, one can now voraciously indulge in the visual vehemency of the “Passion” class idols who sport skimpier outfits than their counterparts to correspond with their outgoing personalities.

These idols of an unhindered passion seem quite passionate indeed as best demonstrated by the much welcomed newcomer of the nekomimi race, Miku Maekawa, who sports a pink outfit as saccharine as strawberries as it revealingly wraps around her body in a fashion favoring skin exposure much to our overwhelmingly joyous pleasure. Her abdomen is freely visible for all to drool over, as are her delectable oppai which are held well in a fancy enclosure – all surrounded by ribbons and bells to further the neko themed look.

Making her all so seducing is that she’s sporting not merely nekomimi, but a full set of neko related accessories – which, on top of her playful pose, makes her seem to be fine with acting the part of a pet, leaving any onlookers raging at the impeccability of the second dimension.

A lush red akin to that of a Christmas present’s typical decor or exterior can be seen recurring through the artwork as if further contributing to the fact she’s a gift upon the eyes. A creamy pink goes unmissable as well – contrasting against the intenser brilliant tint of the hue behind her in the background, yet more majestic is the complementing effect of all the achromatic varieties of red visually acting upon her dark green eyes.

And incidentally, red is also the color of blood which would begin to pour from one’s nose if occupied on this image any longer – thus, we move onto the other sexy girls below, number 77 being another to keep an eye out for:

8 Comments

  • alexsaingxd says:

    Cute girls!

    • Sentum says:

      yEP, all I can say is ~K~A~W~A~I~I~. It’s like a harem with all types of girls, for everyone’s taste.

      • Seven says:

        Perception is reality – yet unfortunately, a second dimensional one.

        • Sentum says:

          There’s always something better. We, humans, will never get enough. We understand what we had only when we lose it. Sometimes what we call our happiness, strenght, motivation is our weakness. The more you have – the more you lose. Agh, I could continue saying stuff like that on and on…

  • Lots of interesting designs there. Almost makes me wish I didn’t have the impression that mobile phones are for calling and text messaging only.

    • Seven says:

      If you get some really robust phone like a G2X which rivals specs of low end or older PCs, you won’t have that impression any more.

  • Anonymous says:

    …I wonder if they intended the resemblance between kotoka saionji and tsumugi kotobuki, or if it just kinda happened. hahaha…

    • Seven says:

      Many of the idols look suspiciously identical to other anime characters – I think it was purposefully done for some characters as a sort of gag.

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