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“Let’s Solve This With Oppai”

Apr 12, 2012 @ 5:35 CST

Newtype’s May 2012 issue contains an artwork featuring four of the five total magical girls of Madoka Magica – thus, otaku attempted to devise different methods of including the missing element, Mami, within the art.

There’s of course many a way one could go about altering the original, the first artwork immediately below, to include the blonde haired mahou shoujo Mami – and indeed, one will see that assorted otaku did come up with their own solution to the problem of the missing magical girl. However, one of such otaku managed to conjure up what is perhaps the single most effective manner of going about it as he takes advantage of a distinctive trait of the mahou shoujo which she’s undeniably best known for.

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