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Senjou No Horizon Costumes In Genshiken

Apr 24, 2012 @ 4:37 CDT

Within the latest chapter of Genshiken, a series of various otaku antics and interactions, a character can be spotted blatantly sporting a costume identical to that of Senjou no Horizon’s ample chested Asama.

Genshiken’s proportioned bishoujo character who loves to cosplay, Ohno, is wearing the body suit specifically identical to a certain Senjou no Horizon character – although going the extra mile, she even has a second costume in hand, the ensemble of what looks to be perhaps the flat chested Seijun. This is quite an odd “collaboration”, although it is fitting – and we’d certainly not mind seeing more of it.


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